Region: Latin America : Upper South America


Brazil is the largest country, in terms of size and population, in South America. Brazil’s aviation sector is comprised of multiple local and international airlines. Brazil has approximately 2,500 airports (including landing strips). São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport is the largest and busiest airport, with Congonhas and Campo de Marte serving as regional airports in São Paulo. TAM Airlines (now under the LATAM Airlines Group as LATAM Airlines Brazil) is the biggest Brazilian airline followed by GOL and Azul which operate regionally with some international services.

The Brazilian agency ANAC (Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil) is responsible for the regulation and safety of civil aviation. Brazil is party to the Mercosur's Fortaleza accord, a South American multilateral airspace agreement.

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