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GOL

General Operating Language. Subsystem of DOCUS. [Sammet 1969, p.678].
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Significant Expansion in Operational Margin: GOL reached an operational margin of 9.
A relacao entre a equipe que fez o primeiro gol e a equipe vencedora da partida foi feita por analise das sumulas, verificando quem abriu o placar e o resultado final do jogo.
Paulo Kakinoff, president of GOL, said, GOL supports all initiatives to help make Brazilian aviation more sustainable.
Gol, of Thame, showed no remorse as Mr Justice Supperstone ordered him to serve a minimum term of 36 years for the two murders and attempted murder in September last year.
As part of the deal, Delta and GOL have also entered into a long-term commercial agreement aimed at enhancing their operational partnership and deriving more synergies.
Each ADR represents one preferred share, and trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol GOL.
Nicolas Ferri, the airline vice president for Latin America and the Caribbean, said 'Delta continues to grow its network in Latin America thanks to strong and visionary partners like GOL, allowing our customers to enjoy a seamless travel experience and an expanded network throughout Brazil.
GOL passengers connecting with Passaredo flights will only need to check-in once and their baggage will be transferred to their final destination.
In addition, Travelport's ETDBase product will allow GOL to build a latest generation e-ticket database, which will enable the company to store and control e-tickets issued by its partners.
The entry of a new carrier in Brazil would mark the first major competition for Brazilian market leaders TAM Linhas Aereas SA and Gol Linhas Aereas Intelligentes SA in several years, following the collapse of former Brazilian flagship carrier Varig under a mountain of debt.
We are very committed to supporting FUSION GOL in driving adaptations of Web 2.
Although careful to say it's not a low-cost carrier in the same style as Gol, Mexican regional airline Aerolitoral, a subsidiary of AeroMexico, has been adjusting its strategy to counter the effects of the industry's downturn by adopting some of the low-cost model's cost-saving practices, like changing its fleet to meet its specific market demand.