Airports in Brazil
Capital Investment Programmes 2013
The latest edition of this up to the minute report from Brooks Market Intelligence covers airport developments in Brazil, where air passenger numbers are now approaching 200 million annually. Traffic is poised to be further boosted in the short term by the country’s selection to host the FIFA World Cup football competition in 2014 and by the choice of Rio de Janeiro to stage the Olympic Games in 2016. Overall, passenger numbers are expected to grow by 7 per cent annually by 2030.
In response, government agencies and airport authorities are continuing to make major investments aimed at raising the capacity of the country’s air transport infrastructure, generating significant opportunities for the sector’s suppliers.
This report summarises capital investment programmes at 19 principal airports managed by Infraero, the government body responsible for their operation and development, as well as summarised coverage of the agency’s plans for other airports it runs. Also covered are airports managed autonomously by the states of Paraná, Rio Grande do Sul and São Paulo.
The report outlines recent developments and the current status at each location and provides details of major improvement programmes, with project cost data and timescales where available. Key contacts and website addresses for additional research are also included.
Compiled by an independent analyst, the report is aimed at a wide range of companies seeking to provide airport services, technology and equipment. The data contained in the report reflects the status of developments in mid-2013.
- Summaries of recent air traffic development in Brazil
- Details of Brazilís latest airport investment plans
- Outlines of airport concession agreements
- A country overview including traffic statistics for 2012
- Organisational structure of the Infraero airports agency
- Development plans at 19 major Infraero airports and outlines of recent or planned improvements at other locations
- Development plans at airports managed by the states of ParanŠ, Rio Grande do Sul and S„o Paulo
- Project costs, timescales and contact information