1. Sao Paulo (GRU): International/ Domestic/ Little cargo. Main gateway to South America, it´s growing fast and its structure can´t handle all the traffic in busy days.
2. Sao Paulo (CGH): domestic/regional/ shuttle. The busiest airport in Brazil. Hadles a lot of executive planes.
3. Campinas (Viracopos): cargo/small regional. Basicly a cargo airport, with a couple of regional flights. International cargo flights from FEDEX, UPS, CARGOLUX. LHCARGO, etc.
4. Rio de Janeiro (GIG): international/domestic. Recently expanded with the new terminal 2. Capacity of 15 million passengers. current 5 million, traffic has decreased during the 90s due to the boom at GRU.
5. Rio de Janeiro (SDU): regional/executive. 2nd busiest of the country.
6. Salvador(SSA), Recife(REC), Fortaleza(FOR) and Natal(NAT): Airports from NE Brazil. Domestic and few international flights to Europe, USA, Argentina. Being expanded. TAP operates non-stop flights to all of them from LIS.
7. Manaus(MAO), Belem(BEL): Gateway airports to the Amazon region, N of Brazil. Domestic/international/cargo/regional flights to small cities inside the Amazon Forest. International route: Miami, La Paz, Santa Cruz, Suriname.
8. Porto Alegre(POA), Curitiba(CWB), Florianopolis(FLN) and Iguassu Falls: domestic/cargo/international. Flights to Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. Busy routes to SE Brazil.
9. Brasilia(BSB): domestic/international. Strategic located, its used as a informal hub to major cities of Brazil.
10. Belo Horizonte(CNF): international/domestic. White elefant. 19 miles from downtown. AA and CO operate flights to Miami and New York(EWR) respectively.
Belo Horizonte(PLU): regional/shuttle. Mainly shuttle flights to CGH snd SDU.