GOL says it expects to end 2H21 with R$4.2b in liquidity (vs R$4.5b previously projected) and R$15.3b in adjusted net debt (vs R$14.8b); revenue for 2H21 is expected to increase 85% vs 2H20. It will operate 102 aircraft (vs 110 previously projected).
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