There are more than 30 airports in the State of São Paulo. The two largest ones are run by private companies (Guarulhos and Viracopos) in partnership with Brazilian State Airport Infrastructure Company (Infraero), whereas three others (Congonhas, Campo de Marte and São José dos Campos) are managed by Infraero. The São Paulo Airline Department (Daesp) manages 26 regional airports in six regions: Bauru, Itanhaem, Presidente Prudente, Ribeirão Preto, São José do Rio Preto and Sorocaba.
The two airports with the largest volume of passengers in Brazil are São Paulo International Airport – Governador André Franco Montoro (GRU), in Guarulhos, and Congonhas Airport (CGH), in the capital. In 2015, both airports received more than 58 million passengers (GRU Airport e Infraero – 2015).
Moreover, the São Paulo International Airport/Guarulhos (GRU) and Viracopos International Airport (VCP) in Campinas are also noted for cargo transportation. In 2015, the terminals handled 452,500 and 177,300 tonnes respectively (GRU Airport e Viracopos - 2015).