Many people think of private jet travel as the ultimate means to get from point A to point B. While this may be true in most cases, there are still many restrictions to traveling by jet, not the least of which are the extreme costs and unique circumstances that need to be addressed when one is traveling by means of their own private aircraft.
Many people do not realize that the issues that afflict airline travel often affect private jet travel equally. For example, major cities oftentimes do not have separate facilities just for private jets. This means that the same congestion, long lines at customs offices and other extreme hassles of traveling through modern airports that commercial airline travelers must endure also must be endured by private jet owners. This can be a serious damper in the attractiveness of traveling to certain areas by private jet.
Jose Auriemo Neto, the CEO of JHSF Participacaoes, Brazil’s largest real estate development firm, has long understood that one of the best ways to attract global capital is to make sure that the global rich are capable of getting in and out of your city with ease. This oftentimes means creating a completely separate private airport for those people traveling by private jet, and they believe them to bypass the extreme congestion and difficulty with customs offices at the main airports.
It was with this in mind that Auriemo Neto led his firm to create Sao Paolo Catarina Executive Airport, the first all private airport in the area. With an 8,000 foot runway that is capable of accommodating the intercontinental-range aircraft that are so often favored by the global elite, Sao Paolo Catarina Executive Airport is the perfect answer to those who want to get in and out of Sao Paulo without the slightest hassle.