Brazilian LCC GOL is betting on a rapid increase in its Boeing 737 MAX fleet in 2020 to help it keep costs in check as it continues to grow. The airline had seven MAXs in service when it grounded its fleet in March, preempting groundings by North and South American regulators in the aftermath of the MAX’s second crash in five months. The airline is due to take delivery of 17 more in 2019 but is now planning on most of these shifting to 2020. “We would then be receiving 25 MAXs ...


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