Campo Grande International Airport (CGR)

Campo Grande International Airport acts as a strategic stopover point for Mercosur member countries, as Mato Grosso do Sul shares borders with Paraguay. In the southern region of the Central-West, the state is also a neighbor of Bolivia, creating an important gateway into Brazil for Latin American countries. In addition to receiving visitors interested in ecological tours, Mato Grosso do Sul generates important business tourism, mainly due to the agroindustry.
Located seven kilometers from the center of the capital Campo Grande, the terminal began to be managed by Aena Brasil on October 13, 2023, after the concessionaire purchased a block of 11 Brazilian airports at auction by the National Civil Aviation Agency (Anac), held in 2022. As it has already managed, since 2020, six terminals in the Northeast, Aena Brasil manages, 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.