The airport


Known as the capital of the Pantanal, Corumbá stands out in the mining, fishing and tourism sectors. Strategically located on the borders between Brazil, Paraguay and Bolivia, the municipality serves as another gateway into Brazil for neighboring countries.
Attracted mainly by the natural beauty of the Pantanal, visitors find a rich cultural diversity in Corumbá, with indigenous, South American, Arab, Italian and Portuguese influences, which are revealed in the cuisine and music.
Corumbá International Airport, a city located more than 420 kilometers from Campo Grande, capital of Mato Grosso do Sul, receives around 200 passengers per day. Check out other features of Corumbá International Airport (SBCR).