Campinas Viracopos Airport Reviews


Campinas Viracopos Airport Reviews

Campinas Viracopos Airport also known as Viracopos–Campinas International Airport (IATA: VCP, ICAO: SBKP), or Viracopos International Airport, is an international airport serving Campinas, Brazil. On 6 January 1987, the airport name was officially normalized to its present form. It is named after the neighborhood where it is located.

In 2012, the Campinas Viracopos Airport was ranked 7th in terms of transported passengers, 9th, in terms of aircraft operations, and 2nd in terms of cargo handled in Brazil, placing it amongst the busiest airports in the country. Campinas Viracopos Airport is no longer operated by Infraero, having been conceded to Aeroportos Brasil Viracopos in 2012.

On 31 August 2009, Infraero unveiled a R$ 2,814 million (US$ 1,482.6 million; € 1,038.8 million) investment plan to up-grade Campinas Viracopos Airport focusing on the preparations for the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the Summer Olympics in 2016 which will be held in Brazil, São Paulo (99 km away) being one of the venue cities. The investment also intends to provide infra-structure to the Campinas Viracopos Airport, alleviating the air-traffic presently concentrated at São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport. The investment will be distributed as follows: Construction of a second runway until April 2013 and Construction of phase 1 of a new passenger terminal until May 2015. The new passenger terminal of Campinas Viracopos Airport is scheduled to open in May 2014, before the 2014 FIFA World Cup.


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