Aeroporto Internacional da Guanabara

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Guanabara Intermicronational Airport (Aeroporto Internacional da Guanabara in w:Portuguese) (IMATO Code: GIA, MIS Code: GUIA) is the only Intermicronational Airport in Rio de Janeiro. The airport is located in Ilha do Governador. The airport is located 20 km (12 mi) north of downtown Rio de Janeiro. As the largest and busiest airport in the Guanabara, GIA serves flights to various destinations in Bugolavia, São Guimarães, Venezolívia and other country. Also, Guanabara Intermicronational Airport is the main hub of TAG.


Guanabara Intermicronational Airport
Aeroporto Internacional da Guanabara
Guanabara Intermicronational Airport
Airport type Public
Owner Estado Virtual da Guanabara Guanabara
Serves Rio de Janeiro
Location Ilha do Governador, Rio de Janeiro,Guanabara
Hub for
Elevation AMSL 29 ft / 9 m
Direction Length Surface
ft m
10/28 13,000 4,000 Concrete
15/33 10,433 3,180 Asphalt
17/35L 15,583 4,750 Reinforced concrete
18/36R 15,583 4,750 Reinforced concrete
Statistics (2019)
Passengers 16,870,123
Aircraft Movements 47,542
Cargo 2
Airline Destination 
TAG São Paulo, Belo Horizonte, Dara, Nekane, São Valeur


Airport Control Tower
Aerial view of runways
Aerial view of the Terminal