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Brazil airline, GOL Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes, is launching direct flights from Brazil to U.S. destinations, including Miami and Orlando, Florida, on November 4, 2018. The routes will be operated by GOL’s new Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft.

The new routes to Florida will have four daily flight departures from Brasília and Fortaleza in Brazil. GOL’s route network ensures that Customers can make fast and efficient connections to and from a further 30 Latin American destinations.

GOL’s existing partnership with Delta Airlines will also allow the new flights to Florida to be connected to eight cities served by the North American airline: Atlanta, Salt Lake City, Cincinnati, New York LaGuardia, Detroit, Los Angeles, Indianapolis and Minneapolis.

GOL is also renewing its fleet with an order of 135 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, which are expected to be fully delivered by 2028.

The first three MAX 8 aircraft were delivered to GOL between June and October 2018 and are already operating on commercial flights. The company will add four MAX 8 aircraft to its fleet by the end of 2018, replacing its Next Generation (NG) models.

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