The website at large is an excellent source of information on internet availability at airports throughout the world, including the Brazilian ones.
As many other 2.0 initiatives, the success of a site relies largely on the collaborations from its users. In the case of at large, and when it comes to Brazilian airports, the amount of information is alarmingly scarce. An airport with the traffic of Congonhas, in São Paulo, has no reviews. Guarulhos, also in São Paulo, the busiest airport in the country, has just the one review. We hope in time data for Brazilian airports will become available.
And since we are mentioning internet access, anybody remembers Infraero’s promise to make free wi-fi access available at the major Brazilian airports from December 2008 (Brazilian airports to offer free wi-fi)? It is a shame part of the Brazilian media is always eager to herald the announcements of the Brazilian government and lazy when it comes to find out whether promises turned into facts.