Rio has two airports: the main international airport (Galeao/Tom Jobim) and the small downtown commuter airport (Santos Dumont). The international airport (GIG) has two terminals: one very old and one less old. The walking distance between the two is not short but is covered and a bank was offering free golf-cart rides between the two when we were there. Hard to get remotely accurate directions (eg. to the American Express Centurion Club) from anyone working in the airport. Gong through security (departing) and Immigration and Customs (arrival) both easy. Seating limited and not terribly comfortable in the gate area. Shopping choices limited upon departure. Best duty free store is just before Immigration and you can shop there upon arrival On our last trip we were departing Rio on an international business class flight and were able to use the nice consolidated "VIP" club (use by a few airlines) complete with showers. The club is not easy to find. Airport looks quite incapable of handling the expected big crowds for the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympics. They talk of expansion and renovations but that could take years.