Congonhas-São Paulo Airport

July 3, 2014 - 3:15am

Organizers of the annual Latin American Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (LABACE) are working fast to put together this year’s show, to be staged at São Paulo Congonhas Airport (August 12-14). Exhibit space sales opened on May 27, and the drawing to assign specific booth locations to exhibiting companies followed on June 10. Last year’s event drew 180 exhibitors, with 68 aircraft on static display.

June 17, 2014 - 3:00pm

With just two months before the 11th annual LABACE is held at São Paulo Congonhas Airport, Brazil, exhibitors gathered at organizer Associação Brasileira de Aviação Geral (Abag) last week to draw spaces in the remodeled exhibit area. “We’re working with the expectation that the fair will be smaller this year than in 2013, which was smaller than in 2012,” said Abag executive director Ricardo Nogueira.

October 22, 2013 - 10:00am
Packed to capacity, the static display at Congonhas Airport boasted 68 aircraft, ranging from piston singles to Embraer’s ultra-large-cabin Lineage 1000 business jet.

Organizers of the Latin American Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (Booth No. N423) are here on the heels of a successful 2013 show in São Paulo, Brazil, and promoting LABACE 2014 as “the biggest and best yet.”

September 1, 2013 - 2:25am

The 10th annual Latin American Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition at Congonhas Airport, in the southern suburbs of São Paulo, Brazil, came to a close August 16, having proved a success for organizer ABAG (Associação Brasileira de Aviação Geral, the General Aviation Association of Brazil) in its efforts to promote business aviation in the halls of government in the vast country. However, most notable to visitors–who tended to turn up en masse after 3 p.m.

August 19, 2013 - 10:55am

The 10th annual Latin American Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition at Congonhas Airport, in the southern suburbs of São Paulo, Brazil, came to a close August 16, having proved a success for organizer ABAG (Associação Brasileira de Aviação Geral, the General Aviation Association of Brazil) in its efforts to promote business aviation in the halls of government in the vast country. However, most notable to visitors–who tended to turn up en masse after 3 p.m.

August 16, 2013 - 2:30pm

Marcia’s Catering of São Paulo isn’t exactly a “rags-to-riches” story, but it is true that in its first months of operation, the owner had to sell her personal automobile in order to purchase a vehicle to transport orders.

August 15, 2013 - 1:00pm

Brazil’s business aviation community convened for its 10th annual LABACE show in São Paulo yesterday in the belief that their government is finally paying attention to their crying need for access to the right infrastructure. But in a keynote address here at Congonhas Airport, Eduardo Marson, chairman of industry group ABAG, warned that the sector is still under pressure from the threat of being squeezed by commercial airline activity.

August 14, 2013 - 3:00pm

Plans to develop São Paulo’s first privately owned business aviation airport appear to have hit a roadblock, with local authorities recently refusing a construction permit for Aerodromo Privado Rodoanel (Beltway Private Airport), despite the airport’s obtaining Brazil federal government approval on July 25. The local authorities have rejected the airport on the grounds that the project is not part of the city’s master development plan and because of concerns about a nearby reservoir.

August 14, 2013 - 12:45pm
LABACE 2013 static display

The tenth Latin American Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition (LABACE) opens here at Congonhas Airport in São Paulo today. Brazil’s civil aviation minister Moreira Franco and the commandant of the Brazilian air force, Air Brigadier Saito, are expected to be the guests of honor at the opening ceremony and “ribbon cutting,” to be held at midday. Brazil’s business aviation community certainly needs friends in high places as it continues to insist that its operational needs are not overlooked as the country develops its air transport infrastructure.

August 14, 2013 - 11:50am

Next year’s soccer World Cup in Brazil will result in around 3,000 business aircraft flying into and within Brazil, according to trip-support group United Aviation Services. The company says private aircraft could carry as many as 11 percent of all fans traveling to games for the tournament, in part due to somewhat limited commercial airline service.

 
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