GRU Airport has three passenger terminals and one cargo terminal, identified by a different color to make it easier to find your way around the largest airport in Latin America.
Terminal 1: Blue
Terminal 2: Orange
Terminal 3: Magenta
Cargo Terminal: Green
Another convenience at GRU Airport is the numbering system for boarding gates. The first number corresponds to the Terminal number. For example: Gate 101 is located at Terminal 1, Gate 207 is located at Terminal 2, and, Gate 305 is located at Terminal 3.
Gates: 101 to 109
Airlines: Azul and Passaredo.
Check-in B, C, D and E
Gates: 201 to 246
Airlines: Aerolíneas Argentinas, Aeroméxico, Air Europa, Austral Líneas Aéreas, Avianca, Boliviana de Aviación, Copa Airlines, Cubana de Aviación, Delta Air Lines, Ethiopian Airlines, Gol, Latam (domestic flights), Oceanair, Royal Air Maroc, TAAG and Taca
Check-in F, G and H
Gates: 301 to 326
Airline: Air Canada, Air China, Air France, Alitalia, American Airlines, British Airways, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Iberia, KLM, Korean Air, Latam (international flights), Lufthansa, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, South African Airways, Swissair, TAP, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines. Re-check-in: Avianca, Azul, Gol and Latam
Comprised of 98,639 square meters, 20 cold chambers and transelevators with 17,000 vertical storage positions and automated cargo moving control.
• Imports Warehouse: 46,069 square meters | 17,000 positions (transelevator)
• Exports Warehouse: 22,887 thousand square meters | 24 rack lines for ULD buildup
• Restricted Cargo Warehouses: 1,584 square meters - Imports | 450 square meters - Export
• Abandoned Cargo Warehouses: 1,920 square meters | 10,490 square meters – Abandoned I and II | 5,213 square meters – Abandoned VRG
• Courier Cargo Warehouse: 3,840 square meters for international courier cargo and shipment sorting
• Domestic Cargo Warehouse: 6,186 square meters for cargo acceptance, sorting, loading and unloading