RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian General Aviation Association (ABAG) has applied to the Federal Court of Accounts for an injunction, pointing to irregularities in the seventh round of airport concessions promoted by the National Agency for Civil Aviation (ANAC), which foresees the permanent extinction of general aviation from Congonhas Airport, the second largest airport in São Paulo, starting in 2023.
Congonhas is located in the middle of the city of São Paulo and is ideal for travelers who have business in the megacity.
According to ABAG, this will cause significant damage, as the concession agreement provides for . . .