By Lisa Flueckiger, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The renovation and amplification works at Rio de Janeiro's international Antonio Carlos Jobim, also known as Galeão, airport are progressing and to sixty percent complete, according to the consortium in charge. All works are planned to finish by April 30, 2016.
"We will have a number of new shops, new restaurants, the whole infrastructure renewed, mainly in Terminal 2 and a new pier that will have a lot of comfort, with 26 new and air conditioned boarding bridges. We will also have elevators with capacities for 25 passengers . . .