Bolivia’s main gateways have welcomed three new generation Oshkosh Striker 6x6 ARFF vehicles, which have successfully made the challenging high altitude journey.
Rio Galeao has today taken over the operations of Brazil’s Rio Galeão–Antonio Carlos Jobim International Airport.
Almost 10 million passengers were handled at around 20 Brazilian airports during the 31 days of the FIFA World Cup in June and July, Brazil’s ministry of civil aviation has reported.
Brazil’s airports are likely to accommodate the traffic challenges the FIFA World Cup will present and pass the test, despite some gateways being behind in upgrades, Fitch Ratings says.
South America’s largest airport São Paulo/Guarulhos International Airport (GRU Airport) will have a new Wi-Fi and distributed antenna system (DAS) installed.