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GOL Linhas Aereas' VP Of Customers And Market Ricardo Khauaja Resign

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4/13/2012 10:31 AM ET

GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes S.A. (GOL: Quote) announced that Ricardo Khauaja, the Vice President of Customers and Market, is leaving the Company. Consequently, the organizational structure now has two Vice President positions, instead of three.

They are the Technical-Operational Vice President, Commander Adalberto Bogsan, and the Vice President of Finance and Strategy, Leonardo Pereira. Sales and Marketing departments are to report directly to the President, Constantino de Oliveira Jr.

The company announced the elimination of four directors and twenty-six middle and senior management positions.

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