List of the busiest airports in Brazil

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The following is a list of the busiest airports in Brazil by aircraft movements (how busy the runways are) and passengers traffic (how busy the terminals are). For each airport, the lists cite the principal city associated with the airport, not (necessarily) the municipality where the airport is physically located. The tables consider only airports operated by Infraero, DAESP and Terminais Aéreos de Maringá - SBMG S.A.

2019[edit]

Brazil's busiest airports by passenger traffic[1][edit]

Rank Airport Location Total
Passengers
Annual
change
Rank
change
1 Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo 43'002,419[2] Increase0.04% Steady
2 Congonhas Airport São Paulo 21'968,834[3] Increase1.96% Steady
3 Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport Brasília 16'727,177[4] Decrease5.08% Steady
4 Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro 13'508,309[5] Decrease9.98% Steady
5 Tancredo Neves-Confins International Airport Belo Horizonte 11'173,878[6] Increase5.50% Steady
6 Viracopos International Airport Campinas 10'585,018[7] Increase14.77% Steady
7 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro 8'976,486[3] Decrease1.45% Steady
8 Guararapes-Gilberto Freyre International Airport Recife 8'531,312[3] Increase1.35% Steady
9 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre 8'298,205[8] Decrease0.04% Steady
10 Salvador International Airport Salvador 6'974,091(NOV)[9] IncreaseTBD% Steady
11 Pinto Martins International Airport Fortaleza 7'218,697[8] Increase9.14% Steady
12 Afonso Pena International Airport Curitiba 6'405,506[3] Increase1.85% Steady
13 Val de Cães International Airport Belém 3'576,481[3] Increase2.01% Increase1
14 Hercílio Luz International Airport Florianópolis 3'300,289[10] Decrease14.04% Decrease1
15 Eurico de Aguiar Salles Airport Vitória 3'288,967[3] Increase8.84% Increase1
16 Santa Genoveva Airport Goiânia 3'251,176[3] Increase1.23% Decrease1
17 Eduardo Gomes International Airport Manaus 3'008,587[3] Increase8.98% Increase1
18 Marechal Rondon Airport Cuiabá 2'938,141[3] Decrease2.28% Decrease1
19 Greater Natal International Airport Natal 2'330,725[11] Decrease4.06% Steady
20 Foz do Iguaçu International Airport Foz do Iguaçu 2'278,419[3] Decrease2.67% Steady

2018[edit]

Brazil's busiest airports by passenger traffic[1][edit]

Rank Airport Location Total
Passengers
Annual
change
1 Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo 42,831,981 Increase13.25% Steady
2 Congonhas Airport São Paulo 21,546,480 Decrease-1.40% Steady
3 Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport Brasília 17,622,873 Increase4,20% Steady
4 Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro 15,005,304 Decrease-7.62% Steady
5 Tancredo Neves-Confins International Airport Belo Horizonte 10,591,138 Increase4.20% Steady
6 Viracopos International Airport Campinas 9,223,074 Decrease-1,10% Steady
7 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro 9,108,564 Decrease-1.50% Steady
8 Guararapes-Gilberto Freyre International Airport Recife 8,399,935 Increase8,01% Increase1
9 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre 8,301,172 Increase3.61% Decrease1
10 Salvador International Airport Salvador 8,001,175 Increase1.27% Steady
11 Pinto Martins International Airport Fortaleza 6,614,227 Increase11.44% Increase1
12 Afonso Pena International Airport Curitiba 6,289,075 Decrease-6.40% Decrease1
13 Hercílio Luz International Airport Florianópolis 3,839,348 Decrease-0.10% Steady
14 Val de Cães International Airport Belém 3,505,903 Increase5.80% Steady
15 Santa Genoveva Airport Goiânia 3,211,536 Increase3.90% Steady
16 Eurico de Aguiar Salles Airport Vitória 3,021,949 Decrease-0.23% Steady
17 Marechal Rondon Airport Cuiabá 3,006,701 Increase4.30% Steady
18 Eduardo Gomes International Airport Manaus 2,760,626 Increase4.30% Steady
19 Greater Natal International Airport Natal 2,429,398 Increase1,10% Steady
20 Foz do Iguaçu International Airport Foz do Iguaçu 2,340,950 Increase7,9% Steady

2017[edit]

Brazil's 50 busiest airports by passenger traffic[12][edit]

Rank Airport Location Total
Passengers
Annual
change
1 Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo 37,816,000 Increase3.33% Steady
2 Congonhas Airport São Paulo 21,859,453 Increase5.00% Steady
3 Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport Brasília 16,912,680 Decrease5.76% Steady
4 Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro 16,245,094 Increase0.88% Steady
5 Tancredo Neves-Confins International Airport Belo Horizonte 10,164,077 Increase5.49% Steady
6 Viracopos International Airport Campinas 9,332,631 Increase0.08% Steady
7 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro 9,247,185 Increase2.00% Steady
8 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre 8,012,114 Increase4.75% Steady
9 Guararapes-Gilberto Freyre International Airport Recife 7,776,881 Increase14.17% Increase1
10 Salvador International Airport Salvador 7,735,685 Increase2.78% Decrease1
11 Afonso Pena International Airport Curitiba 6,722,058 Increase5.26% Steady
12 Pinto Martins International Airport Fortaleza 5,935,288 Increase4.00% Steady
13 Hercílio Luz International Airport Florianópolis 3,843,328 Increase8.67% Steady
14 Val de Cães International Airport Belém 3,311,817 Increase0.89% Steady
15 Santa Genoveva Airport Goiânia 3,088,274 Increase2.37% Increase1
16 Eurico de Aguiar Salles Airport Vitória 3,021,949 Decrease3.15% Decrease1
17 Marechal Rondon Airport Cuiabá 2,882,450 Increase1.47% Steady
18 Eduardo Gomes International Airport Manaus 2,645,205 Decrease0.24% Steady
19 Greater Natal International Airport Natal 2,403,135 Increase3.75% Steady
20 Foz do Iguaçu International Airport Foz do Iguaçu 2,177,298 Increase17.62% Increase1
21 Zumbi dos Palmares International Airport Maceió 2,068,245 Increase3.67% Decrease1
22 Porto Seguro Airport Porto Seguro 1,716,037 Increase7.14% Steady
23 Marechal Cunha Machado International Airport São Luís 1,601,836 Increase5.32% Steady
24 Ministro Victor Konder International Airport Navegantes 1,588,921 Increase8.01% Steady
25 Campo Grande International Airport Campo Grande 1,536,838 Increase5.33% Steady
26 Presidente Castro Pinto International Airport João Pessoa 1,387,496 Decrease2.17% Steady
27 Santa Maria Airport Aracaju 1,225,789 Increase0.02% Steady
28 Teresina Airport Teresina 1,104,451 Increase1.70% Steady
29 Uberlândia Airport Uberlândia 1,102,569 Increase4.97% Steady
30 Londrina Airport Londrina 880,429 Decrease4.38% Increase1
31 Leite Lopes Airport Ribeirão Preto 867,544 Decrease5.98% Decrease1
32 Governador Jorge Teixeira de Oliveira International Airport Porto Velho 794,109 Decrease5.46% Steady
33 São José do Rio Preto Airport São José do Rio Preto 728,162 Increase4.62% Increase1
34 Sílvio Name Júnior Regional Airport Maringá 658,000 Decrease5.47% Decrease1
35 Palmas Airport Palmas 654,397 Increase5.94% Steady
36 Ilhéus Jorge Amado Airport Ilhéus 596,351 Increase3.36% Steady
37 Macapá International Airport Macapá 576,257 Increase1.30% Steady
38 Juazeiro do Norte Airport Juazeiro do Norte 542,400 Increase1.43% Steady
39 Joinville Airport Joinville 515,832 Decrease0.62% Steady
40 Senador Nilo Coelho Airport Petrolina 485,495 Increase8.48% Increase1
41 Chapecó Airport Chapeco 467,930 Increase11.44% Increase2
42 Maestro Wilson Fonseca Airport Santarém 452,966 Decrease7.56% Decrease1
43 Rio Branco International Airport Rio Branco 345,079 Decrease2.58% Steady
44 Imperatriz Airport Imperatriz 300,023 Increase5.56% Increase4
45 Boa Vista International Airport Boa Vista 283,699 Decrease2.56% Increase2
46 Marabá Airport Marabá 280,174 Decrease11.79% Decrease1
47 Montes Claros Airport Montes Claros 280,022 Decrease0.70% Increase2
48 Presidente Prudente Airport Presidente Prudente 256,883 Decrease0.49% Increase2
49 Fernando de Noronha Airport Fernando de Noronha 248,248 Increase7.70% Increase?
50 Pampulha Airport Belo Horizonte 234,675 Decrease21.79% Decrease4

2016[edit]

Brazil's 40 busiest airports by passenger traffic[12][edit]

Rank Airport Location Total
Passengers
Annual
change
1 Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo 36,596,326 Decrease6.13% Steady
2 Congonhas Airport São Paulo 20,816,957 Increase7.97% Increase1
3 Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport Brasília 17,947,153 Decrease9.46% Decrease1
4 Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro 16,103,011 Decrease4.95% Steady
5 Tancredo Neves-Confins International Airport Belo Horizonte 9,638,798 Decrease14.73% Steady
6 Viracopos International Airport Campinas 9,325,252 Decrease9.68% Steady
7 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro 9,065,905 Decrease5.74% Steady
8 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre 7,648,743 Decrease8.45% Increase1
9 Salvador International Airport Salvador 7,526,358 Decrease16.81% Decrease1
10 Guararapes-Gilberto Freyre International Airport Recife 6,811,676 Increase1.66% Increase1
11 Afonso Pena International Airport Curitiba 6,385,838 Decrease11.74% Decrease1
12 Pinto Martins International Airport Fortaleza 5,706,489 Decrease10.10% Steady
13 Hercílio Luz International Airport Florianópolis 3,536,435 Decrease4.25% Increase1
14 Val de Cães International Airport Belém 3,282,513 Decrease11.64% Decrease1
15 Eurico de Aguiar Salles Airport Vitória 3,120,166 Decrease12.94% Steady
16 Santa Genoveva Airport Goiânia 3,016,798 Decrease8.92% Steady
17 Marechal Rondon Airport Cuiabá 2,840,559 Decrease14.14% Steady
18 Eduardo Gomes International Airport Manaus 2,651,452 Decrease18.62% Steady
19 Greater Natal International Airport Natal 2,316,349 Decrease10.37% Steady
20 Zumbi dos Palmares International Airport Maceió 1,995,069 Increase0.64% Increase1
21 Foz do Iguaçu International Airport Foz do Iguaçu 1,851,116 Decrease9.97% Decrease1
22 Porto Seguro Airport Porto Seguro 1,601,600 Increase10.04% Increase4
23 Marechal Cunha Machado International Airport São Luís 1,520,847 Decrease10.59% Decrease1
24 Ministro Victor Konder International Airport Navegantes 1,471,037 Decrease0.83% Steady
25 Campo Grande International Airport Campo Grande 1,459,007 Decrease6.21% Decrease2
26 Presidente Castro Pinto International Airport João Pessoa 1,418,380 Decrease3.07% Decrease1
27 Santa Maria Airport Aracaju 1,225,591 Decrease4.27% Steady
28 Teresina Airport Teresina 1,085,974 Decrease10.22% Steady
29 Uberlândia Airport Uberlândia 1,050,330 Decrease10.15% Steady
30 Leite Lopes Airport Ribeirão Preto 922,756 Decrease16.85% Steady
31 Londrina Airport Londrina 920,782 Decrease12.90% Steady
32 Governador Jorge Teixeira de Oliveira International Airport Porto Velho 840,026 Decrease10.03% Steady
33 Sílvio Name Júnior Regional Airport Maringá 696,131 Decrease20.57% Steady
34 São José do Rio Preto Airport São José do Rio Preto 695,997 Increase0.64% Increase1
35 Palmas Airport Palmas 617,703 Decrease4.11% Increase3
36 Ilhéus Jorge Amado Airport Ilhéus 596,351 Increase3.36% Steady
37 Macapá International Airport Macapá 568,873 Decrease14.74% Decrease1
38 Juazeiro do Norte Airport Juazeiro do Norte 534,712 Increase20.32% Increase4
39 Joinville Airport Joinville 515,832 Decrease0.62% Increase1
40 Maestro Wilson Fonseca Airport Santarém 490,017 Decrease25.57% Decrease3

2015[edit]

Brazil's 40 busiest airports by passenger traffic[13][edit]

Rank Airport Location Total
Passengers
Annual
change
1 Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo 38,985,000 Decrease1.49% Steady
2 Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport Brasília 19,821,796 Increase9.23% Steady
3 Congonhas Airport São Paulo 18,134,768 Increase6.31% Steady
4 Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro 16,942,229 Decrease1.85% Steady
5 Tancredo Neves-Confins International Airport Belo Horizonte 11,304,284 Increase4.26% Steady
6 Viracopos International Airport Campinas 10,324,658 Increase4.85% Steady
7 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro 9,618,197 Decrease1.26% Steady
8 Salvador International Airport Salvador 9,047,403 Decrease1.14% Steady
9 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre 8,354,961 Decrease1.09% Steady
10 Afonso Pena International Airport Curitiba 7,235,634 Decrease1.91% Steady
11 Guararapes-Gilberto Freyre International Airport Recife 6,700,696 Decrease6.96% Steady
12 Pinto Martins International Airport Fortaleza 6,347,543 Decrease2.37% Steady
13 Val de Cães International Airport Belém 3,714,761 Decrease4.52% Steady
14 Hercílio Luz International Airport Florianópolis 3,693,486 Increase1.77% Steady
15 Eurico de Aguiar Salles Airport Vitória 3,583,875 Increase1.74% Steady
16 Santa Genoveva Airport Goiânia 3,312,290 Decrease1.51% Increase1
17 Marechal Rondon Airport Cuiabá 3,308,289 Increase0.16% Increase1
18 Eduardo Gomes International Airport Manaus 3,258,157 Decrease3.89% Decrease2
19 Greater Natal International Airport Natal 2,584,355 Increase72.78% Increase5
20 Foz do Iguaçu International Airport Foz do Iguaçu 2,056,050 Increase9.33% Steady
21 Zumbi dos Palmares International Airport Maceió 1,982,393 Increase4.68% Decrease2
22 Marechal Cunha Machado International Airport São Luís 1,701,015 Decrease7.24% Decrease1
23 Campo Grande International Airport Campo Grande 1,555,602 Decrease5.06% Decrease1
24 Ministro Victor Konder International Airport Navegantes 1,483,308 Increase9.75% Increase2
25 Presidente Castro Pinto International Airport João Pessoa 1,463,315 Increase10.25% Increase2
26 Porto Seguro Airport Porto Seguro 1,455,384 Decrease3.94% Decrease3
27 Santa Maria Airport Aracaju 1,280,236 Decrease4.74% Decrease2
28 Teresina Airport Teresina 1,209,559 Increase3.06% Steady
29 Uberlândia Airport Uberlândia 1,168,978 Increase2.75% Steady
30 Leite Lopes Airport Ribeirão Preto 1,109,809 Increase2.81% Increase1
31 Londrina Airport Londrina 1,057,163 Decrease6.61% Decrease1
32 Governador Jorge Teixeira de Oliveira International Airport Porto Velho 933,666 Increase4.58% Increase2
33 Sílvio Name Júnior Regional Airport Maringá 876,461 Increase5.45% Increase2
34 Belo Horizonte/Pampulha – Carlos Drummond de Andrade Airport Belo Horizonte 712,553 Decrease24.63% Decrease1
35 São José do Rio Preto Airport São José do Rio Preto 691,559 Decrease3.56% Increase2
36 Macapá International Airport Macapá 667,230 Decrease10.86% Steady
37 Maestro Wilson Fonseca Airport Santarém 658,334 Increase8.95% Increase2
38 Palmas Airport Palmas 644,199 Increase1.59% Steady
39 Ilhéus Jorge Amado Airport Ilhéus 616,665 Increase9.69% Increase1
40 Joinville Airport Joinville 519,062 Increase5.24% Increase2

2014[edit]

Brazil's 40 busiest airports by passenger traffic[14][edit]

Rank Airport Location Total
Passengers
Annual
change
1 Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo 39,573,000 Increase8.53% Steady
2 Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport Brasília 18,146,405 Increase10.04% Increase2
3 Congonhas Airport São Paulo 18,134,768 Increase5.93% Decrease1
4 Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro 17,261,873 Increase0.85% Decrease1
5 Tancredo Neves-Confins International Airport Belo Horizonte 10,842,523 Increase5.25% Steady
6 Viracopos International Airport Campinas 9,846,853 Increase5.94% Steady
7 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro 9,741,219 Increase5.83% Steady
8 Salvador International Airport Salvador 9,152,159 Increase6.54% Steady
9 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre 8,447,380 Increase5.68% Steady
10 Afonso Pena International Airport Curitiba 7,376,743 Increase9.41% Increase1
11 Guararapes-Gilberto Freyre International Airport Recife 7,190,381 Increase5.11% Decrease1
12 Pinto Martins International Airport Fortaleza 6,501,822 Increase9.09% Steady
13 Val de Cães International Airport Belém 3,890,791 Increase11.94% Increase1
14 Hercílio Luz International Airport Florianópolis 3,629,074 Decrease6.29% Decrease1
15 Eurico de Aguiar Salles Airport Vitória 3,522,674 Increase2.08% Steady
16 Eduardo Gomes International Airport Manaus 3,389,867 Increase10.16% Steady
17 Santa Genoveva Airport Goiânia 3,363,192 Increase12.08% Steady
18 Marechal Rondon Airport Cuiabá 3,302,940 Increase10.79% Steady
19 Zumbi dos Palmares International Airport Maceió 1,893,688 Decrease2.55% Increase1
20 Foz do Iguaçu International Airport Foz do Iguaçu 1,880,564 Increase12.10% Increase2
21 Marechal Cunha Machado International Airport São Luís 1,833,799 Increase0.98% Steady
22 Campo Grande International Airport Campo Grande 1,638,513 Increase2.89% Increase1
23 Porto Seguro Airport Porto Seguro 1,512,028 Increase13.84% Increase2
24 Greater Natal International Airport[a] Natal 1,495,724 N/A N/A
25 Santa Maria Airport Aracaju 1,343,899 Decrease2.14% Decrease1
26 Ministro Victor Konder International Airport Navegantes 1,351,557 Increase12.96% Increase1
27 Presidente Castro Pinto International Airport João Pessoa 1,327,284 Increase7.88% Decrease1
28 Teresina Airport Teresina 1,173,643 Increase7.55% Increase1
29 Uberlândia Airport Uberlândia 1,137,727 Increase0.07% Decrease1
30 Londrina Airport Londrina 1,131,995 Increase7.69% Increase1
31 Leite Lopes Airport Ribeirão Preto 1,079,430 Decrease1.42% Decrease2
32 Augusto Severo International Airport[b] Natal 1,021,147 Decrease57.60% Decrease12
33 Belo Horizonte/Pampulha – Carlos Drummond de Andrade Airport Belo Horizonte 945,434 Decrease4.46% Decrease1
34 Governador Jorge Teixeira de Oliveira International Airport Porto Velho 892,760 Decrease1.45% Decrease1
35 Sílvio Name Júnior Regional Airport Maringá 831,134 Increase14.17% Steady
36 Macapá International Airport Macapá 748,480 Increase12.80% Steady
37 São José do Rio Preto Airport São José do Rio Preto 717,118 Decrease5.45% Decrease3
38 Palmas Airport Palmas 634,128 Increase9.97% Decrease1
39 Maestro Wilson Fonseca Airport Santarém 604,234 Increase16.44% Decrease1
40 Ilhéus Jorge Amado Airport Ilhéus 562,203 Increase11.90% Decrease1
  1. ^ initiated operations on 1 June 2014
  2. ^ ceased civil operations on 31 May 2014

2013[edit]

Brazil's 40 busiest airports by passenger traffic[15][edit]

Rank Airport Location Total
Passengers
Annual
change
1 Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo 36,460,923 Increase11.23% Steady
2 Congonhas Airport São Paulo 17,119,530 Increase2.04% Increase1
3 Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro 17,115,368 Decrease2.17% Decrease1
4 Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport Brasília 16,489,996 Increase3.76% Steady
5 Tancredo Neves-Confins International Airport Belo Horizonte 10,301,288 Decrease0.93% Steady
6 Viracopos International Airport Campinas 9,294,446 Increase4.92% Increase1
7 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro 9,204,603 Increase2.24% Decrease1
8 Salvador International Airport Salvador 8,589,663 Decrease2.51% Steady
9 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre 7,993,164 Decrease3.24% Steady
10 Guararapes-Gilberto Freyre International Airport Recife 6,840,276 Increase6.32% Increase1
11 Afonso Pena International Airport Curitiba 6,742,133 Decrease1.26% Decrease1
12 Pinto Martins International Airport Fortaleza 5,959,629 Decrease0.07% Steady
13 Hercílio Luz International Airport Florianópolis 3,872,877 Increase14.06% Increase2
14 Val de Cães International Airport Belém 3,475,611 Increase3.97% Steady
15 Eurico de Aguiar Salles Airport Vitória 3,450,736 Decrease5.27% Decrease2
16 Eduardo Gomes International Airport Manaus 3,077,077 Decrease1.72% Steady
17 Santa Genoveva Airport Goiânia 3,000,592 Decrease2.47% Steady
18 Marechal Rondon Airport Cuiabá 2,981,025 Increase7.94% Steady
19 Augusto Severo International Airport Natal 2,408,206 Decrease9.49% Steady
20 Zumbi dos Palmares International Airport Maceió 1,943,435 Increase12.99% Increase2
21 Marechal Cunha Machado International Airport São Luís 1,815,909 Decrease8.79% Decrease1
22 Foz do Iguaçu International Airport Foz do Iguaçu 1,677,460 Decrease3.67% Decrease1
23 Campo Grande International Airport Campo Grande 1,592,471 Decrease3.78% Steady
24 Santa Maria Airport Aracaju 1,343,899 Decrease2.14% Steady
25 Porto Seguro Airport Porto Seguro 1,328,197 Increase9.58% Increase2
26 Presidente Castro Pinto International Airport João Pessoa 1,230,230 Decrease1.78% Steady
27 Ministro Victor Konder International Airport Navegantes 1,203,561 Decrease5.78% Decrease2
28 Uberlândia Airport Uberlândia 1,136,908 Increase12.39% Increase4
29 Leite Lopes Airport Ribeirão Preto 1,095,008 Increase1.67% Steady
30 Teresina Airport Teresina 1,091,242 Increase4.43% Increase1
31 Londrina Airport Londrina 1,051,157 Decrease4.34% Decrease3
32 Belo Horizonte/Pampulha – Carlos Drummond de Andrade Airport Belo Horizonte 989,599 Increase27.7% Increase2
33 Governador Jorge Teixeira de Oliveira International Airport Porto Velho 905,958 Decrease13.77% Decrease3
34 São José do Rio Preto Airport São José do Rio Preto 758,513 Decrease1.56% Decrease1
35 Sílvio Name Júnior Regional Airport Maringá 727,928 Decrease3.93% Steady
36 Macapá International Airport Macapá 663,524 Increase15.68% Increase1
37 Palmas Airport Palmas 576,633 Decrease0.47% Decrease1
38 Maestro Wilson Fonseca Airport Santarém 518,920 Increase6.51% Increase1
39 Ilhéus Jorge Amado Airport Ilhéus 502,390 Decrease5.58% Decrease1
40 Senador Nilo Coelho Airport Petrolina 473,482 Increase3.24% Steady

2012[edit]

Brazil's 25 busiest airports by aircraft movements[16][17][edit]

Rank Airport Location Movements Annual
change
Rank
change
1 Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo 273,882 Increase1.21% Steady
2 Congonhas Airport São Paulo 213,164 Increase1.91% Steady
3 Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport Brasília 194,686 Increase2.69% Steady
4 Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro 154,318 Increase10.66% Steady
5 Campo de Marte Airport São Paulo 143,540 Increase7.50% Steady
6 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro 135,373 Increase4.11% Steady
7 Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport Salvador 121,596 Decrease3.48% Steady
8 Tancredo Neves International Airport Belo Horizonte 120,149 Increase11.11% Steady
9 Viracopos International Airport Campinas 115,548 Increase15.56% Steady
10 Rolim Adolfo Amaro Airport Jundiaí 99,284 Increase23.18% Increase3
11 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre 96,696 Decrease2.90% Decrease1
12 Afonso Pena International Airport Curitiba 88,960 Decrease5.50% Decrease1
13 Guararapes-Gilberto Freyre International Airport Recife 82,997 Decrease0.76% Decrease1
14 Sorocaba Airport Sorocaba 77,420 Increase18.38% Increase5
15 Jacarepaguá Airport Rio de Janeiro 75,990 Increase5.08% Decrease1
16 Pampulha - Carlos Drummond de Andrade Airport Belo Horizonte 72,902 Increase10.68% Increase1
17 Santa Genoveva Airport Goiânia 71,030 Increase1.28% Decrease1
18 Macaé Airport Macaé 68,238 Decrease3.50% Decrease3
19 Pinto Martins International Airport Fortaleza 65,388 Decrease0.70% Decrease1
20 Eurico de Aguiar Salles Airport Vitória 63,777 Increase11.31% Increase1
21 Leite Lopes Airport Ribeirão Preto 60,538 Increase11.69% Increase3
22 Marechal Rondon Airport Cuiabá 60,138 Increase5.31% Steady
23 Eduardo Gomes International Airport Manaus 57,575 Increase2.26% Steady
24 Hercílio Luz International Airport Florianópolis 56,086 Increase14.23% Increase2
25 Val de Cães International Airport Belém 54,836 Increase6.01% Steady

2011[edit]

Brazil's 25 busiest airports by aircraft movements[17][18][edit]

Rank Airport Location Movements Annual
change
Rank
change
1 Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo 270,601 Increase8.03% Steady
2 Congonhas Airport São Paulo 209,156 Increase2.05% Steady
3 Brasília International Airport Brasília 189,570 Increase7.51% Steady
4 Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro 139,441 Increase13.42% Increase2
5 Campo de Marte Airport São Paulo 133,524 Increase8.55% Steady
6 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro 130,026 Increase2.77% Decrease2
7 Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport Salvador 125,992 Increase9.61% Steady
8 Tancredo Neves International Airport Belo Horizonte 108,130 Increase27.43% Increase2
9 Viracopos International Airport Campinas 99,982 Increase34.25% Increase4
10 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre 99,584 Increase9.88% Decrease2
11 Afonso Pena International Airport Curitiba 94,143 Increase6.72% Decrease2
12 Guararapes-Gilberto Freyre International Airport Recife 83,638 Increase8.17% Steady
13 Rolim Adolfo Amaro Airport Jundiaí 80,598 Increase3.20% Decrease2
14 Jacarepaguá Airport Rio de Janeiro 72,316 Increase1.88% Steady
15 Macaé Airport Macaé 70,716 Increase8.54% Increase2
16 Santa Genoveva Airport Goiânia 70,128 Increase8.42% Increase2
17 Pampulha - Carlos Drummond de Andrade Airport Belo Horizonte 65,862 Decrease1.18% Decrease2
18 Pinto Martins International Airport Fortaleza 65,853 Increase5.25% Increase1
19 Sorocaba Airport Sorocaba 65,395 Increase54.18% Increase6
20 Campo dos Amarais Airport Campinas 65,380 Increase37.77% Decrease4
21 Eurico de Aguiar Salles Airport Vitória 57,293 Increase7.37% Decrease1
22 Marechal Rondon Airport Cuiabá 57,101 Increase6.12% Decrease1
23 Eduardo Gomes International Airport Manaus 56,298 Increase7.22% Decrease1
24 Leite Lopes Airport Ribeirão Preto 54,201 Increase24.06% Increase1
25 Val de Cães International Airport Belém 51,726 Increase14.18% Decrease1


2010[edit]

Brazil's 20 busiest airports by passenger traffic[19][edit]

Rank Airport Location Total
Passengers
Annual
change
Rank
change
Capacity Capacity
in use
1 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo 26,849,185 Increase23.57% Steady 20,500,000 130.97%
2 Congonhas-São Paulo Airport São Paulo 15,499,462 Increase13.14% Steady 12,000,000 129.16%
3 Brasília International Airport Brasília 14,347,061 Increase17.46% Steady 10,000,000 143.47%
4 Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro 12,337,944 Increase4.3% Steady 18,000,000 68.54%
5 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro 7,822,848 Increase53.4% Increase4 5,000,000 156.45%
6 Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport Salvador 7,696,307 Increase9.13% Decrease1 6,000,000 128.27%
7 Tancredo Neves International Airport Belo Horizonte 7,261,064 Increase29.26% Decrease1 5,000,000 145.22%
8 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre 6,676,216 Increase19.1% Decrease1 4,000,000 166.9%
9 Guararapes-Gilberto Freyre International Airport Recife 5,958,982 Increase13.49% Decrease1 9,000,000 66.21%
10 Afonso Pena International Airport Curitiba 5,774,615 Increase18.97% Steady 6,000,000 96.16%
11 Viracopos International Airport Campinas 5,430,066 Increase61.39% Increase1 3,500,000 155.14%
12 Pinto Martins International Airport Fortaleza 5,072,721 Increase20.44% Decrease1 3,000,000 169.09%
13 Eduardo Gomes International Airport Manaus 2,705,131 Increase17.6% Increase1 1,800,000 150.28%
14 Hercílio Luz International Airport Florianópolis 2,672,250 Increase26.7% Increase2 1,100,000 242.93%
15 Eurico de Aguiar Salles Airport Vitória 2,644,729 Increase12.9% Decrease2 560,000 472.27%
16 Val de Cães International Airport Belém 2,570,899 Increase16.7% Decrease1 2,700,000 95.21%
17 Augusto Severo International Airport Natal 2,413,416 Increase27.4% Steady 1,500,000 160.89%
18 Santa Genoveva Airport Goiânia 2,348,648 Increase32.5% Steady 600,000 391.44%
19 Marechal Rondon Airport Cuiabá 2,134,267 Increase27.7% Steady 1,600,000 133.39%
20 Zumbi dos Palmares International Airport Maceió 1,431,781 Increase28.15% Steady 1,200,000 119,31%

2009[edit]

Brazil's 15 busiest airports by passenger traffic[20][edit]

Rank Airport Location Total
Passengers
Annual
change
Rank
change
Capacity Capacity
in use
1 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo 21,727,649 Increase6.51% Steady 20,500,000 106.0%
2 Congonhas-São Paulo Airport São Paulo 13,699,657 Increase0.20% Steady 12,000,000 114.2%
3 Brasília International Airport Brasília 12,213,825 Increase16.95% Increase1 10,000,000 122.1%
4 Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro 11,828,656 Increase9.98% Decrease1 18,000,000 65.7%
5 Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport Salvador 7,052,720 Increase16.72% Steady 6,000,000 117.5%
6 Tancredo Neves International Airport Belo Horizonte 5,617,171 Increase8.24% Steady 5,000,000 112.3%
7 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre 5,607,703 Increase13.71% Steady 4,000,000 140.1%
8 Guararapes-Gilberto Freyre International Airport Recife 5,250,565 Increase12.20% Steady 9,000,000 58.3%
9 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro 5,099,643 Increase40.53% Increase1 3,200,000 159.4%
10 Afonso Pena International Airport Curitiba 4,853,733 Increase13.37% Decrease1 6,000,000 80.8%
11 Pinto Martins International Airport Fortaleza 4,211,651 Increase21.51% Steady 3,000,000 140.3%
12 Viracopos International Airport Campinas 3,364,404 Increase210.40% Increase7 3,500,000 96.1%
13 Eurico de Aguiar Salles Airport Vitória 2,342,283 Increase17.79% Increase2 560,000 418.3%
14 Eduardo Gomes International Airport Manaus 2,300,022 Increase13.77% Steady 2,500,000 92.0%
15 Val de Cães International Airport Belém 2,203,653 Increase2.33% Decrease3 2,700,000 81.6%

2008[edit]

Brazil's 15 busiest airports by passenger traffic[21][edit]

Rank Airport Location Total
Passengers
Annual
change
Rank
change
Capacity
in use
1 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo 20,400,304 Increase8.5% Steady 123.6%
2 Congonhas-São Paulo Airport São Paulo 13,672,301 Decrease10.4% Steady 113.9%
3 Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro 10,717,120 Increase3.5% Increase1 71.4%
4 Brasília International Airport Brasília 10,443,393 Decrease6.1% Decrease1 141.1%
5 Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport Salvador 6,042,307 Increase1.6% Steady 100.7%
6 Tancredo Neves International Airport Belo Horizonte 5,189,528 Increase19.6% Increase1 103.8%
7 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre 4,931,464 Increase10.9% Decrease1 80.8%
8 Guararapes-Gilberto Freyre International Airport Recife 4,679,457 Increase11.7% Steady 93.6%
9 Afonso Pena International Airport Curitiba 4,281,354 Increase9.6% Steady 122.3%
10 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro 3,628,766 Increase12.9% Increase1 42.7%
11 Pinto Martins International Airport Fortaleza 3,465,791 Decrease4.1% Decrease1 115.5%
12 Val de Cães International Airport Belém 2,153,508 Increase1.6% Steady 79.8%
13 Hercílio Luz International Airport Florianópolis 2,080,342 Increase6.8% Increase1 189.1%
14 Eduardo Gomes International Airport Manaus 2,021,668 Decrease2.0% Decrease1 113.4%
15 Eurico de Aguiar Salles Airport Vitória 1,988,447 Increase5.0% Steady 355.1%


2007[edit]

Brazil's 15 busiest airports by passenger traffic[22][edit]

Rank Airport Location Total
Passengers
Annual
change
Rank
change
Capacity
in use
1 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo 18,795,596 Increase19.3% Increase1 113.9%
2 Congonhas-São Paulo Airport São Paulo 15,265,433 Decrease17.3% Decrease1 127.2%
3 Brasília International Airport Brasília 11,119,872 Increase15.0% Steady 150.3%
4 Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro 10,352,616 Increase16.9% Steady 69.0%
5 Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport Salvador 5,932,461 Increase9.3% Steady 98.9%
6 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre 4,444,748 Increase15.6% Increase1 72.9%
7 Tancredo Neves International Airport Belo Horizonte 4,340,129 Increase16.4% Increase1 86.8%
8 Guararapes-Gilberto Freyre International Airport Recife 4,188,081 Increase5.9% Decrease2 83.8%
9 Afonso Pena International Airport Curitiba 3,907,275 Increase10.6% Increase1 111.6%
10 Pinto Martins International Airport Fortaleza 3,614,439 Increase10.1% Increase1 120.5%
11 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro 3,214,415 Decrease9.5% Decrease2 100.5%
12 Val de Cães International Airport Belém 2,119,552 Increase19.3% Steady 78.5%
13 Eduardo Gomes International Airport Manaus 2,080,342 Increase23.1% Steady 114.6%
14 Hercílio Luz International Airport Florianópolis 1,948,010 Increase19.5% Increase1 177.1%
15 Eurico de Aguiar Salles Airport Vitória 1,894,540 Increase14.0% Decrease1 336.3%


2006[edit]

Brazil's 15 busiest airports by passenger traffic[23][edit]

Rank Airport Location Total
Passengers
Annual
change
Rank
change
Capacity
in use
1 Congonhas-São Paulo Airport São Paulo 18,459,191 Increase7.6% Steady 153.8%
2 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo 15,759,181 Decrease0.5% Steady 95.5%
3 Brasília International Airport Brasília 9,699,911 Increase2.9% Steady 131.1%
4 Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro 8,856,527 Increase2.3% Steady 59.0%
5 Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport Salvador 5,425,747 Increase19.1% Steady 90.9%
6 Guararapes-Gilberto Freyre International Airport Recife 3,953,845 Increase9.7% Steady 79.1%
7 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre 3,846,508 Increase9.2% Increase1 63.1%
8 Tancredo Neves International Airport Belo Horizonte 3,727,501 Increase28.8% Increase2 74.6%
9 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro 3,533,177 Decrease0.8% Decrease2 110.4%
10 Afonso Pena International Airport Curitiba 3,532,879 Increase4.1% Decrease1 100.9%
11 Pinto Martins International Airport Fortaleza 3,282,979 Increase18.3% Steady 109.4%
12 Val de Cães International Airport Belém 1,776,008 Increase16.6% Increase1 65.8%
13 Eduardo Gomes International Airport Manaus 1,689,817 Increase12.1% Increase2 93.1%
14 Eurico de Aguiar Salles Airport Vitória 1,661,192 Increase9.5% Steady 296.6%
15 Hercílio Luz International Airport Florianópolis 1,630,141 Increase5.2% Decrease3 148.2%


2005[edit]

Brazil's 15 busiest airports by passenger traffic[24][edit]

Rank Airport Location Total
Passengers
Annual
change
Rank
change
Capacity
in use
1 Congonhas-São Paulo Airport São Paulo 17,147,628 Increase26.0% Steady 142.9%
2 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo 15,834,797 Increase22.4% Steady 96.0%
3 Brasília International Airport Brasília 9,426,569 Decrease5.0% Steady 127.4%
4 Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro 8,657,139 Increase43.7% Steady 57.7%
5 Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport Salvador 4,554,572 Increase9.9% Increase1 75.9%
6 Guararapes-Gilberto Freyre International Airport Recife 3,604,652 Increase13.6% Increase3 72.1%
7 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro 3,562,297 Decrease27.1% Decrease2 111.3%
8 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre 3,521,204 Increase9.5% Decrease1 57.7%
9 Afonso Pena International Airport Curitiba 3,393,079 Increase19.5% Decrease1 96.9%
10 Tancredo Neves International Airport Belo Horizonte 2,893,299 Increase644.6% Increase15 57.9%
11 Pinto Martins International Airport Fortaleza 2,774,240 Increase19.7% Steady 92.5%
12 Hercílio Luz International Airport Florianópolis 1,548,833 Increase12.0% Steady 140.8%
13 Val de Cães International Airport Belém 1,523,714 Increase14.5% Increase1 56.4%
14 Eurico de Aguiar Salles Airport Vitória 1,517,578 Increase21.8% Increase1 271.0%
15 Eduardo Gomes International Airport Manaus 1,508,022 Increase10.2% Decrease2 83.1%

2004[edit]

Brazil's 15 busiest airports by passenger traffic[25][edit]

Rank Airport Location Total
Passengers
Annual
change
Rank
change
Capacity
in use
1 Congonhas-São Paulo Airport São Paulo 13,611,227 Increase12.8% Steady 113.4%
2 São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo 12,940,193 Increase11.7% Steady 78.4%
3 Brasília International Airport Brasília 9,926,786 Increase45.1% Steady 134.1%
4 Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport Rio de Janeiro 6,024,930 Increase30.4% Increase1 40.2%
5 Santos Dumont Airport Rio de Janeiro 4,887,306 Decrease9.2% Decrease1 152.7%
6 Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport Salvador 4,145,371 Increase20.0% Steady 69.1%
7 Salgado Filho International Airport Porto Alegre 3,215,545 Increase11.6% Increase1 52.7%
8 Pampulha Regional Airport Belo Horizonte 3,194,715 Increase7.5% Decrease1 213.0%
9 Guararapes-Gilberto Freyre International Airport Recife 3,173,672 Increase16.1% Steady 63.5%
10 Afonso Pena International Airport Curitiba 2,840,349 Increase13.0% Steady 81.2%
11 Pinto Martins International Airport Fortaleza 2,317,869 Increase24.0% Steady 77.3%
12 Hercílio Luz International Airport Florianópolis 1,382,577 Increase7.8% Steady 125.7%
13 Eduardo Gomes International Airport Manaus 1,368,968 Increase10.3% Steady 75.4%
14 Val de Cães International Airport Belém 1,330,965 Increase13.5% Increase1 49.3%
15 Eurico de Aguiar Salles Airport Vitória 1,246,222 Increase6.1% Decrease1 222.5%

See also[edit]

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