|Quoting AirSpare (Reply 99):|
Where is the press, why is she still there?
Speaking of taxes, try paying tax in 2 countrys. I don't get my moneys worth in either one.
The press actually came on pretty strong when she said it. To such extent that she apologized only a few minutes afterwards. But the damage was done. She went on to fly only on private planes as a means to avoid facing the crowds at the airports, and to avoid the risk of she being physically hurt by angry passengers.
I think there's only a handful of country where one can say "I pay my taxes, but I see the results"....
|Quoting Dellatorre (Reply 100):|
I doubt it!!
I personally don't think that foreign airlines will want to move their facilities there. There is no infrastructure & equipments available to even handle the traffic from CGH.
Pax headed to SAO just won't be happy about having to go to VCP. They will eventually find a way of avoiding the airport, by connecting somewhere along the way to reach CGH or GRU.
An pax flying from SSA would rather change planes in GIG or CNF, than going straight to Campinas. Specially if u put in cosideration the high taxi fares & average 1h30 bus ride to downtown.
I agree. If a dependable network of transportation to and from VCP from São Paulo, I think VCP could be a option for the new airport in SP
. Instead of building a new one, transforming VCP into a new airport, with larger terminals, new runways, etc, and foreign and national airlines would be keen to moving to the "new" VCP.
But, as it is, VCP is just not an option, unless its the one and only option (then everybody would lose, together).
How far is Malpensa from Milan, or Fiumicino from Rome, CDG
from Paris, Heathrow from downtown London, Schipol from Amsterdam, and so on? But these airports offer many and dependable options for the passenger to arrive and leave the airport. VCP and GRU
offers you a highway, more often than not with massive gridlocks, and no railway or subway connection.