São Paulo / Guarulhos International Airport – Governador André Franco Montoro
Located 25 km (18 miles) northeast of the city of São Paulo and also known as Cumbica Airport, it is the most important in terms of international flights not only from Brazil, but from all of South America and operates with destinations in America, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia. It has three terminals: one for domestic flights, another for flights within Latin America and for Intercontinental. It has ATMs, currency exchange bureaus, VIP lounges, mobile phone services, post office and free Wi-Fi access for one hour. There are fast food stores, ice cream parlors, cafes and bars in the three terminals, as well as a large selection of restaurants some of which open 24 hours. The bus service is available to the city center and various locations. The trip to downtown São Paulo takes about 50 minutes.