dLocal Partners with GOL Linhas Aéreas to Enhance Digital Payments in Latin America

Gol partners with dLocal to enable smoother transactions with local cards in Colombia and Uruguay, leveraging dLocal's expertise in high-growth markets

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Montevideo, Uruguay, July, 2024 - dLocal, the leading cross-border payment platform specializing in high-growth markets, is proud to announce a strategic partnership with GOL Linhas Aéreas (GOL), the largest airline in Brazil. This collaboration aims to enhance the digital payment journey for customers in Latin America, particularly in Colombia and Uruguay.

Through the partnership, GOL and dLocal will streamline the payment experience for customers by enabling seamless transactions using local cards in Colombia and Uruguay. The agreement focuses on enhancing payment processes in both markets, utilizing local acquiring to create a more accessible and user-friendly payment ecosystem. dLocal’s expertise in navigating the complexities of Latin America is a critical factor in this collaboration. The company’s unique approach, encapsulated in the “One dLocal” concept, simplifies the global payment landscape for enterprise merchants, offering one direct API and one platform, all under one contract.

“dLocal’s effectiveness in managing the intricacies of international payments was a key factor in our decision. We need our processor to adapt to changing regulations and ensure fewer canceled payments, and that’s exactly what dLocal does,” says Diogo Lopes, director of Payment Methods at GOL.  “By leveraging dLocal’s capabilities, GOL will be able to elevate its digital payment infrastructure, offering customers a more convenient, dependable, and accessible payment experience.”

“The partnership with GOL exemplifies our commitment to providing innovative payment solutions that cater to the unique needs of the travel industry in emerging markets. We are excited to work with GOL and enhance the digital payment experience for their customers in Colombia and Uruguay,” said Justo Benetti, SVP Head of Americas at dLocal

About dLocal
dLocal powers local payments in high-growth markets, connecting global enterprise merchants with billions of high-growth market consumers across Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Through the “One dLocal” concept (one direct API, one platform, and one contract), global companies can accept payments, send payouts, and settle funds globally without the need to manage separate pay-in and payout processors, set up numerous local entities, integrate multiple acquirers and payment methods in each market.
For more information, visit https://dlocal.com.

About GOL Linhas Aéreas
GOL is the largest airline in Brazil and a leader in the corporate and leisure segments. Since it was founded in 2001, the Company has had the lowest unit cost in Latin America, democratizing air transportation. The Company has alliances with American Airlines and Air France-KLM and makes several codeshares and interline agreements available to Customers, bringing more convenience and simple connections to any place served by these partnerships. With the purpose of “Being the First for All”. GOL offers the best travel experience to its passengers, including the largest number of seats and more space between seats; the greatest platform with internet, movies, and live TV; and the best frequent-flyer program. Smiles. In cargo transportation. Gollog delivers orders to different regions in Brazil and abroad. The Company has a team of 13,800 highly qualified aviation professionals focused on safety, GOL’s #1 value, and operates a standardized fleet of 143 Boeing 737 aircraft. The Company’s shares are traded on the NYSE (GOL) and the B3 (GOLL4). For further information, go to www.voegol.com.br/ir.

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