Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Joao Pessoa Airport Car Rental

The Brazilian city of Joao Pessoa is being served by the Presidente Castro Pinto international airport which is located at a very convenient distance of just 12 km from the city. The airport has its name in the honor of a former governor of the neighboring state of Paraiba called Joao Pereira De Castro Pinto; He was also a writer and a famous lawyer. The Presidente Castro Pinto international airport is currently being run by Infraero and has regular domestic flights to all the major Brazilian cities like Campinas, Brasilia, Rio De Janerio and many others with international flights to connect with other countries.

The airport was started in the year 1957 and since then it has been expanded and renovated many times to acquire present sight with a new passenger terminal and a cargo terminal. The airport site equals to a total area of 3,886,920.35 Acres with a passenger terminal of 9,464 m² to easily handle 1 million passengers in a year. The airport has an aircraft parking area as well that can hold up to 6 aircrafts at a time. The dimensions of the track are 2,515X45 meters.

Joao Pessoa is the capital city of the Brazilian state of Paraiba and has main economical activities to be agriculture, food processing, metal extraction and construction. The Castro Pinto international airport at Joao Pessoa provides a convenient passenger and cargo transportation. Apart from this a lot of tourists also visit Joao Pessoa it has a splendid tropical beaches spread over 40 km.

Major Airlines using Presidentw Castro International airport are
  • AZUL Brazalian Airlines
  • GOL Airlines
  • TAM Airlines
  • Avianca Brazil
The airport is very suitable with prompt connection to the main city via bus, Joao Pessoa Airport Car Rental, and taxi services. Other facilities at the airport includes shopping and banking along with travel consultancy.

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