The airports of Cuiaba, Rio, Manaus and Brasilia are the worst in the country

Published on May 22, 2013, 11:58 am

According to research conducted by the Department of Civil Aviation of the Presidency, the airports of Brasilia, Manaus, Cuiabá and Galeão have the worst ratings among those who attend to tourists who will visit Brazil for the World Cup 2014.

The survey was conducted at 15 airports in the country, accounting for 81% of passenger movement in Brazilian territory, and over 21 thousand passengers gave their opinions on items such as cleaning toilets, waiting time in queues, security, ease to information, treatment by employees, Internet access, among others.

The worst score was in Cuiabá, followed by Galeão Airport in Rio de Janeiro. Infraero and Inframérica (administrator of Airport of Brasilia) reported that research is important so that services can be improved.

The government intends to conduct this survey every three months, in order to improve these items until the World Cup 2014.

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