Serving the city of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, Santos Dumont Airport is named after the Brazilian aviation pioneer Alberto Santos Dumont. The airport is operated by Infraero. Santos Dumont Airport is used for the focus city operations by Azul Brazilian Airlines. Flights to Santos Dumont Airport are operated by Avianca Brazil, Azul Brazilian Airlines, Gol Airlines, LATAM Brasil, and Passaredo Linhas Aereas. SDU Airport flights to the destinations such as Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Sao Luis, and more.
Means of Transportation
Real Auto Onibus operates executive bus 2018, running from the airport to
the Central Bus Station and the airport. Bus 2145 is an express link
between Santos Dumont and Galeao Airports and bus 2101 stops at the Central
Rio de Janeiro Light Rail has a station at the airport connecting the
terminal with downtown area, the Olympic Boulevard, the subway system, and
the Central Bus Station.