By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Curitiba’s Afonso Pena International Airport has been named the best airport in Brazil by the government’s Aviation Secretary, department linked to the Presidency. The award Aeroporto + Brasil is given annually by the government to the airport that most exceeds travelers’ expectations.
During the ceremony to award the prize, Aviation Secretary, Guilherme Ramalho noted that 2015 was the best year yet for airport satisfaction in Brazil. “This moment marks a collective victory in the aviation sector. During 2015 we reached the highest passenger satisfaction level in all the country . . .