Brazil airline Gol consuming $2 million per day amid coronavirus By Reuters

© Reuters. Rio de Janeiro’s International airport during outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Brazil airline Gol said on Monday it is consuming about 10 million reais ($2.05 million) per day, as the airline tries to keep its finances stable during the coronavirus crisis.

Gol said this figure was better than an originally estimated cash consumption of 12 million reais per day.

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