Serving the largest city in Brazil, São Paulo Guarulhos International Airport is a major hub for Gol Airlines. This low cost airline links Sao Paulo with large Brazilian cities such as Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Florianopolis, Natal, Porto Allegre, Recife, Rio de Janeiro, and Sao Luis. Besides specializing in domestic flights, Gol Airlines also offers limited service within the Americas and the Caribbean region. Buenos Aires, Orlando, New York, and Santo Domingo are some of the major international destinations offered by Brazil’s largest low cost airline. Gol Airlines service is available in the C Wing of Terminal 2 at São Paulo Guarulhos International Airport.
TAM Airlines is another major Brazilian airline that is based in São Paulo Guarulhos International Airport. In addition to offering domestic service to more than ten cities, TAM Airlines also operates a solid international schedule. Buenos Aires, Caracas, Lima, Mexico City, Montevideo, and Santiago de Chile are major cities in South America that can be reached via the largest airline in Brazil. Passengers at São Paulo Guarulhos International Airport can also board TAM Airlines flights that cross the Atlantic Ocean and land in major European cities like Frankfurt, Madrid, London, and Paris. The U.S. cities Miami, New York and Orlando also make the international schedule operated by TAM Airlines at Wing B of Terminal 1 in São Paulo Guarulhos International Airport.
TRIP Linhas Aereas operates the most extensive domestic schedule at São Paulo Guarulhos International Airport. Based in Sao Paulo, this airline offers non-stop flights to more than 30 destinations within Brazil including small towns and large metropolitan areas. Terminal 4 is entirely dedicated for TRIP Linhas Aereas flights.
American tourists can easily get to São Paulo Guarulhos International Airport thanks to the service offered by some of the biggest names in the United States airline business. The main airports in Dallas, Miami, and New York City are connected to Sao Paulo through American Airlines.
Delta Air Lines offers non-stop flights between the largest city in Brazil and Atlanta, Detroit and New York. Passengers from the main airports in Chicago, Houston, Newark, and Washington D.C. can reach São Paulo Guarulhos International Airport via United Airlines.
Of course, São Paulo Guarulhos International Airport is served by South American carriers such as Aerolineas Argentinas, Aeromexico, Copa Airlines, and LAN Airlines. The main airport in Brazil’s largest city also attracts service from major European airlines such as Air France, British Airways, KLM, Iberia, Lufthansa, and TAP Portugal.