- Market Capitalization, $K 1,469,710
- Shares Outstanding, K 177,931
- Annual Sales, $ 3,513 M
- Annual Income, $ -29,720 K
- 60-Month Beta 1.21
- Price/Sales 0.78
- Price/Cash Flow 2.37
- Price/Book N/A
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-1.13 (-12.03%)since 12/24/20
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+1.51 (+22.37%)since 10/26/20
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-9.77 (-54.19%)since 01/24/20
Delta (DAL) suffers a loss in Q4 due to dwindling passenger revenues as air-travel demand remains low. Alaska Air Group's (ALK) bearish update for the current month's load factor also indicates lackluster...
S�O PAULO, /PRNewswire/ -- , in compliance with the provisions of article 157, paragraph 4, of Law No. 6.404/76 and CVM Rule No. 35, of , and in continuation to the Material Fact disclosed on , regarding...
S�O PAULO, /PRNewswire/ -- Twenty years ago, on , GOL Linhas Aéreas' inaugural Flight 1741 on a Boeing 737-700 aircraft took off from Brasília and landed in Congonhas, S�o Paulo. The flight crew...
Investors need to pay close attention to Gol Linhas (GOL) stock based on the movements in the options market lately.
Ryanair (RYAAY) expects to ferry as low as 500, 000 passengers in both February and March due to the reimposed lockdown in the UK among others. Gol Linhas' (GOL) update reflects a gradual upturn in air-travel...
With continued recovery in air-travel demand, Gol Linhas' (GOL) consolidated gross revenues surged 52% in December compared with November.
S�O PAULO, /PRNewswire/ --, largest airline, today provides its for the month of December of 2020. All information is presented in Brazilian Reais (R$). The information below is and .
Gol Linhas (GOL) reports disappointing traffic number for December. Nevertheless, gradual improvement is evident owing to 33% increase in domestic demand during December from November figures.
S�O PAULO, /PRNewswire/ -- , largest domestic airline, announces today air traffic figures for the month of , compared to the same period in 2019.
American Airlines (AAL) resumes plying the Boeing 737 MAX jets for commercial services. Alaska Air Group's (ALK) arm Alaska Airlines aims to ban emotional support animals from its flights very soon.