By Jaylan Boyle, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - Eight of Brazil's major metropolitan airports have been described in a recent report as facing an imminent inability to cope with increased traffic that could lead to a complete "logistical blackout."
Undertaken by São Paulo's Applied Economics Research Institute (IPEA), the report focuses on those cities likely to receive the bulk of the dramatically increased traffic during Rio's hosting of the 2016 Olympics and the FIFA World Cup 2014.
The IPEA says it has found . . .