Ponta Porã International Airport (PMG)

Located in the extreme west of Brazil, south of the state of Mato Grosso do Sul, Ponta Porã borders the city of Pedro Juan Caballero, capital of the Department of Amambay, in Paraguay. Due to the city's strategic position, Ponta Porã International Airport, which had been serving domestic passenger traffic since 1955, when it was opened, became an international airport in 1974.

As the country's gateway, the air terminal plays an important role in the growth of the city and the region. The unit began to be managed by Aena Brasil on November 7, 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 runs, 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.
Air activity in Ponta Porã arose from the demand of the population on the Brazil-Paraguay border for urgent transport. In 1941, a flying club was opened, which received, in 1955, the status of an airport, being administered by the Air Force.