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The second Boeing 737 Max 8 that GOL will one day own in Brazil

The second Boeing 737 Max 8 that GOL will one day own in Brazil

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On Friday (15), a Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft with registration number N536RL (MSN 44864) landed at Confins International Airport in the Belo Horizonte metropolitan area. Despite a US registration, this aircraft will soon be merged by Gol Linhas Aéreas with a Brazilian registration to be revealed.

This is the second aircraft to arrive in Brazil as a result of a GECAS lease. The two planes located on Brazilian soil are the result of an original order from Indian Airlines, which went bankrupt and had its orders closed.

The other aircraft with registration number N533RL (msn 43615Arrived in early August and should have a PS-GPA score. It will be GOL’s first aircraft with the prefix PS, and so far the company only uses aircraft with the prefix PR, but in March of this year, it booked aircraft with this new series issued by ANAC, as we explained. Here.

picture: radar box

Although these aircraft are three years old, they have never flown commercially. There is no general information on when it is registered by GOL and incorporated into the fleet.

There is also no publicity about how many former Jet Airways planes will arrive on GOL, but these planes have arrived with the Indian airline’s seat configuration, which includes the Executive and seats 174 passengers, and GOL currently has a 737 MAX 8 configuration. For 186 passengers – it is expected to return their formation.

So far, GOL has incorporated 14 Boeing 737 Max aircraft into its fleet. In the next few days, another will arrive directly from the factory. The company expects to end the year with 28 units.

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