Airports in Brazil
Eirunepé is a Brazilian city in the southwest part of the state of Amazonas, about 1,150 kilometers a straight line from Manaus and 2,417 kilometers by river, one of the cities furthest from its state capital. It is thought to have ecotourism potential. It is the fourth largest city in the Southwest region.
Araçatuba is a city located in the northwest of São Paulo state, Brazil. The city has 190.536 inhabitants (IBGE/2013) and 1,167.4 km² of area. The city name comes from the Tupi language and means ‘abundance of araçá (a fruit)’. Araçatuba is located 532 km from the city of São Paulo and 11 km from Birigui.
Araguaína is a city and a municipality located in the Brazilian state of Tocantins. Its population was 153 350 (2010) and its area is 4,000.40 km². The city is home to ITPAC, an educational institute offering medical, dentistry, and lawyer careers. There is also a campus of the Federal University of Tocantins State (UFT) in the […]
Bartolomeu de Gusmão State Airport (IATA: AQA, ICAO: SBAQ) is the airport serving Araraquara, Brazil. It is named after Bartolomeu Lourenço de Gusmão (1685-1724), a Portuguese priest born in Brazil, who did research about transportation with balloons. It is operated by DAESP.