Gol to expand foreign flights, keep domestic Brazil routes flat


SAO PAULO, Nov 13 (Reuters) - Brazilian airline Gol LinhasAereas expects to expand internationalflights by 5 percent to 8 percent next year, Chief ExecutivePaulo Kakinoff told analysts on a Wednesday conference call todiscuss third-quarter earnings.

Gol's ongoing push into more profitable international routescame after the airline said it would maintain its domesticnetwork in 2014 at about the same size as this year, accordingto a securities filing earlier on Wednesday.

The airline has set out to slash domestic flights by 9percent in 2013 to restore profitability in the face of soaringfuel costs and weak demand.

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