By Ben Tavener, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The second largest airline in Brazil, Gol, will give bonuses if its teams manage to save the company fuel by reducing flight times and delays, it has been revealed. The bonus program has been running since earlier this year in an attempt to counter losses of R$1.5 billion (US$749 million) suffered by the company in 2012.
All members of the company's flight teams – from pilots and cabin crew – are eligible for the bonuses, which will be shared between teams regardless of the route they are working . . .