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BRAZIL-WORLDCUP/AIRPORTS
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December 07, 2013
Labourers work on the extensive renovations at Sao Paulo International airport in Guarulhos September...
Guarulhos, Brazil
Labourers work on the extensive renovations at Sao Paulo International airport in Guarulhos
Labourers work on the extensive renovations at Sao Paulo International airport in Guarulhos September 25, 2013. Brazil insists its airports will be ready for up to 600,000 foreign visitors during next year's World Cup, but an internal report said severe overcrowding and long flight delays are likely, with passenger traffic exceeding capacity by as much as 50 percent even if extensive renovations are finished on time. The report, prepared by the sports ministry with the help of outside consultants, dates back to March 2011. Reuters recently reviewed the full report, including its forecasts on air traffic that the government never made public. Senior officials in President Dilma Rousseff's government say the forecasts in the 2011 report are now outdated, thanks in part to major renovations underway at airports in all 12 of the World Cup's host cities. Picture taken September 25, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP TRANSPORT BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
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