Galeão may be the most important airport of Brazil

Published on April 2, 2013, 12:22 pm

The government intends to turn the Tom Jobim International Airport in Rio de Janeiro, the country’s most important airport. Its capacity will be expanded from 15 million to 70 million passengers per year.

To meet this huge demand, the airport will go through adjustments in its infrastructure, and may be the first airport in the country to simultaneously operate three lanes of takeoffs and landings.

With the auction that will deliver the Galeão for private initiative, it is expected that the airport to be run by a large international company that could bring sophisticated technology to the airport, offering convenience and quality services.