You can find on this page the map of São Paulo Congonhas airport and the map of São Paulo Guarulhos airport. São Paulo is served by 3 international airports totaling more than 58.2 million passengers per year, two airports São Paulo Congonhas (CGH) and Viracopos (VCP) operated by the company Infraero and the airport São Paulo Guarulhos (GRU) operated by the company Invepar.

São Paulo Guarulhos Airport & Terminal Map (GRU)

Guarulhos terminal map

The airport of São Paulo Guarulhos is the largest airport in Brazil located 16 miles (25 km) of São Paulo. It is the most important airport in Latin America and the 45th largest airport in the world for passenger traffic with 4.7 million travelers in 2012. It has 4 terminals which are terminal 1, terminal 2, terminal 3 and terminal 4.

São Paulo GRU Airport has four terminals and two runways for domestic and international flights. It has more than 200 boarding counters.

To reach the São Paulo/Guarulhos International Airport by car, you can take the national roads Ayrton Senna or Presidente Dutra from São Paulo. There are parking lots for both short and long term parking.

Many car rental companies are present at the GRU airport. For taxis you have the company Guarucoop which operates exclusively for the GRU airport. It has more than 600 vehicles in service and available 24 hours a day.

To get to the nearest metro station "Tietê" you have to take the buses of the company EMTU/SP. The airport has its own bus company, the Airport Bus Service, which offers connections to the metro stations in the city center and São Paulo CGH Airport. The minibuses of the following other companies can also provide these transfers between GRU and the city of São Paulo.

São Paulo Congonhas Airport & Terminal Map (CGH)

Congonhas terminal map

The airport of São Paulo Congonhas is the 2nd airport of São Paulo with a passenger traffic of 17 million travelers in 2013. It has a unique terminal.

São Paulo-Congonhas Airport has a single terminal and specializes in domestic flights. It receives many more domestic and regional flights than international flights. São Paulo-Congonhas Airport is connected to the city centre by buses. It is managed by the company Infraero. Its name comes from a plant that is very present in the area where the airport is located.