Corumbá International Airport (CMG)

Corumbá International Airport was one of the first to be built in the interior of Brazil. Opened on September 21, 1960, during the city's anniversary celebrations, the airport has accompanied the growth of the city, which is located in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul, strategically on the triple border between Brazil, Paraguay and Bolivia.
The airport receives visitors from different backgrounds, attracted by natural resources, iron ore and manganese deposits, ecotourism, business tourism and fishing. So much diversity considerably increased the flow of passengers at the airport, transforming the city and the entire region into an important development hub.
A pioneer in the country's Central-West Region, the airport began to be managed by Aena Brasil in November 2023, after the concessionaire purchased a block of 11 Brazilian airports in an auction by the National Civil Aviation Agency (Anac), held in 2022. As it already manages, since 2020, six terminals in the Northeast, Aena Brasil runs, in total, 17 airports in the country. The company is part of the Spanish group Aena, considered the largest airport operator in the world in terms of number of passengers.