GOL revenue up 12%  financial highlights for three months ended 30Sep2013:
 Revenue: BRL2231 million (USD974.5 million), +12.2% yearonyear;

 Ancillary: BRL188.4 million (USD82.3 million), 17.1%;
 Operating costs: BRL2193 million (USD958.3 million), +0.3%;

 Fuel: BRL913.9 million (USD399.3 million), 2.5%;
 Labour: BRL322.8 million (USD141.0 million), 13.8%;
 Operating profit: BRL37.0 million (USD16.2 million), compared to a loss of BRL200.7 million (USD87.7 million) in pcp;
 Net profit (loss): (BRL197.0 million) (USD86.1 million), compared to a loss of BRL309.4 million (USD135.2 million) in pcp;
 Passenger numbers: 9.0 million, 13.3%;
 Load factor: 69.6%, 4.2 ppts;
 Breakeven load factor: 68.4%, 12.8 ppts;
 Yield: BRL23.6 cents (USD 10.3 cents), +28.4%;
 Passenger revenue per ASK: BRL 16.4 cents (USD7.2 cents), +21.1%;
 Revenue per ASK: BRL 17.9 cents (USD 7.8 cents), +17.1%;
 Cost per ASK: BRL 17.6 cents (USD7.7 cents), +4.6%;
 Cost per ASK excl fuel: BRL 10.3 cents (USD4.5 cents), +6.7%;
 Average stage length: 894 km, +3.1%;
 Total assets: BRL10,751 million (USD4697 million);
 Total liabilities: BRL10,117 million (USD4420 million). [more  original PR]
*Based on the average conversion rate at USD1 = BRL2.2889
Gol: “The Company is maintaining its 2013 operating margin guidance at between 1% and 3%, as announced at the beginning of the year. For 2014, GOL expects domestic supply to remain stable, with variation close to 0% in relation to 2013.” Source: Company statement, 12Nov2013.