By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – With temperatures reaching forty degrees Celsius in Rio de Janeiro, the city’s consumer protection agency, PROCON-RJ, reprimanded INFRAERO (Port Authority) at Santos Dumont Airport for its air condition system on Wednesday, December 28th. Inspectors found the temperature inside the airport’s lobbies very high, causing discomfort to travelers passing through the terminal.
“Considering that the lobby and other service areas of the airport should be appropriate for the hours of waiting travellers may endure, INFRAERO was given by [PROCON] agents a period of thirty days to adjust its . . .