Publicado em 21 de fevereiro de 2013 às 11:11

Reform can to solve Guarulhos Airport problems

The Guarulhos International Airport, the largest in Brazil, is undergoing a reform aimed at ending the structural problems in time for the football World Cup, which will take place in 2014.
The airport needs more space, despite its size, and features large queues and complaints, like the leaking on arrival terminals.
Lots of planes on the runway causes many delayed flights. Only in 2012, the airport received 32 million passengers, and has a capacity of 25 million.
The first steps were the expansion of the bathrooms and hiring more people to guide passengers in the aisles. The most important work, however, is the construction of Terminal 3, which should be larger than the terminal 1 and 2 together. However, it is unknown if it will be ready in time for the World Cup.
The problem of parking is about to be resolved soon, since the parking garage with 2,600 spaces is scheduled to open in May. Until the World Cup, the administration plans to build another garage, reaching 10 thousand vacancies for vehicles.

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