The terminal’s capacity will be increased from 6.4 million to 13.5 million passengers per year. The construction works are scheduled to be concluded by December 2013
The monitoring team from the Brazilian Ministry of Sport visits stadiums, airports and urban mobility works monthly to show through pictures and videos what is being done in each of the twelve 2014 World Cup host cities. Below, the World Cup Portal publishes videos that show the development of the constructions works at the stadiums that will be the venues of the 2014 World Cup and the 2013 Confederations Cup.
The photo gallery, with the option of high resolution image download shows an overview of what the 2014 World Cup stadiums looked like at the end of the year
According to him, there is intense participation of host cities in the debate and all the venues will adopt sustainable practices. The interaction between government and entities organising the World Cup helps to ensure legacy
The three states have put forward a draft plan to integrate local highlights with an eye on the upcoming large-scale events
Photos from the monitoring work done by the Ministry of Sport highlight the development of the refurbishment works being done at the stadiums that will be used in the 2014 World Cup
The Government will invest in strategies that ensure growth, social inclusion and a low-carbon economy
The Amazon and the Iguassu Falls were voted by the public among the world's new seven wonders of nature, according to a poll promoted by the New7Wonders organization. Approximately 1 billion votes were cast.
Edited videos from the monitoring work done by the Ministry of Sport highlight the development of the refurbishment works being done at the stadiums that will be used in the 2014 World Cup
The World Cup Portal has prepared an outline of the competition in each host city. All cities will have at least four matches