GRU Airport – Sao Paulo International Airport, a consortium company composed of Invepar (Investimentos e Participações em Infraestrutura SA) and ACSA (Airports Company South Africa), is the largest airport complex in South America, with an average traffic of 117 thousand passengers and about 830 take-off and landing operations every day. In 2017, 37.8 million people boarded or landed at the airport for nearly 270,000 departures and arrivals. GRU Airport is the main pole of distribution of flights of the country with 88 regular destinations: 48 international and 43 domestic serviced by 42 airlines. The airport is also the most important door of entry and exit of cargoes of Brazil, handling about 41% of the exports and imports by air in the country. Last year, 283.1 thousand tons were transported by GRU Airport Cargo, which is located near the main highways of the State of São Paulo, which facilitates the road connection with the coast and the countryside.