By Sarah de Sainte Croix, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – On Friday it was announced that fifty percent of the businesses and services at Tom Jobim International Airport in Rio will now remain open 24 hours a day. The agreement was signed just before the weekend between store owners and Infraero (the public company responsible for the administration of Brazil’s airports,) to ensure that essential services such as food outlets and car hire companies remain open throughout the night.
The news follows a flurry of reports in last week’s press saying that passengers on late night . . .