Gol remains hopeful that the 737 Max 8 will be back in service, but admits it could run out of Boeing jet until July, Celso Ferrer, the airline’s vice president of operations, said at a conference on Thursday. The executive acknowledged that during the low season the new aircraft is not essential, however, the company makes plans to operate again from April. About Max, should Boeing be able to resume deliveries, Gol is expected to receive 16 aircraft by 2020 that are finalised. Added to the 7 aircraft already delivered, the company will end the year with 23 model units, capable of carrying 186 passengers. By 2024 there will be 51 planes that are expected to withdraw part of the older Boeing aircraft.
https://www.airway1.com/gol-expects-to- ... s-in-2020/
Good answer from the airline. But will the MAX will still be grounded beyond July 2020?
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