|Busiest airport in latin America with over 29
million passengers in 2011, up from 12 million
in 2004. In 2012 they still have just two
runways and are slot restricted. A third
passenger terminal would be completed in 2014,
but plans for a third runway were canacelled,
for being technically impracticable.
In 2010 the airport seems to have a capacity of
around 20 million passengers and over 21 million
passengers used the airport. In 2010 this is the
largest airport in Brasil.
Arrivals: Toronto, New York, Miami, Paris, London, Amsterdam, Lisbon, Madrid, Zurich, Frankfurt, Milan, Munich, Houston
Long Haul: Istanbul - Dubai
Terminals: 2 overcrowded passengerterminals with a total capacity around 20 million passengers and a new 3th passengerterminal would be completed in 2014.
In 2014 there are daily flights between Sao Paulo en the following Ameircan cities:
Miami 3 times daily with a 777-200 of American Airlines
New York Newark with a United 767-400
New York JFK dialy with American 777-200 and daily with a Delta 767-400
Dallas daily with a Delta 767-300 and daily with an American Airlines 777-300ER
Chicago with an American Airlines 777
Houston daily with a United 767-300
Los Angeles daily with an American Airlines 777-200
Atalanta daily with a Delta 767-400
Washington daily with a United 767-300
There seems to be some kind of Open Skies agreement.
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