Publicado em 4 de junho de 2013 às 15:16

Airports of the poorest African countries are better than the Brazilians

Airports of the poores African countries like Mali, Tanzania and Zimbabwe, are considered better than the Brazilian airports, which are old and overcrowded.

It is estimated that R$ 34 billion will be invested by 2030 in order to meet demand in infrastructure improvement.
Currently there are 58 ongoing works of airports in the country. Among them are the 15 most important in Brazil, which causes discomfort and inconvenience to passengers.

Since 2004 there has been a growth of 11% per year in the number of passengers. It is estimated that the number of shipments reach 500 million per year in 2030, while today that number is closer to 200 million.

A survey on the quality of terminals aviators conducted by the World Economic Forum ranked Brazil in the 122nd position among 142 countries. According to Moreira Franco in Brazil today there is no airport that can meet the demand due to lack of projects.

To that improvements are possible, the government intends to follow the models of Guarulhos, Viracopos and Brasilia, transferring more airports to private management.