Although many people think of Brazil as being a third-world country with a few nice beaches and fine resorts, the truth is that the country is quickly developing into one of the most advanced and prosperous nations in all of Latin America. This transformation has been largely driven by economic vibrancy of its talented populous and the companies that have allowed the attraction of much foreign capital.
One of the companies that has been instrumental the transformation of Brazil from an underdeveloped third-world country to one of the more dynamic and prosperous areas of Latin America has been JHSF Participacaoes. Under the leadership of its CEO, Jose Auriemo Neto, JHSF Participacaoes has undergone some of the most ambitious projects to be developed throughout Latin America.
One example of the ways in which the Auriemo Neto is following a philosophy of creating projects that will be able to attract vast sums of foreign capital is in the construction of one of the most luxurious private airports in the world. Sao Paulo Catarina Executive Airport was constructed between 2010 and 2016. It features an 8000-foot main runway, large enough to accommodate the intercontinental jets favored by the global jet-setting elite. It also has one of the most luxurious terminal buildings of any airport in the country, with a five-star restaurant and luxurious hotel on site.
While this may seem like an excessive or even superfluous project, what Auriemo Neto understood is that the ability of the global rich to have easy egress from and access to urban areas like that of Sao Paulo is one of the most important factors in fomenting desire to buy second homes and vacation destinations. Although having a private jet can be a great luxury and a way to significantly diminish the amount of time spent on travel, the hassles of going in and out of big city airports can make the use of private jets less attractive. But this can be reversed through the use of uncongested, completely private airports, which are often able to allow arrival and departure times that can be hours shorter than those experienced at major public airports, even for those fortunate enough to own their own jets.
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