The Sao Paulo airport is rushing to finish a new terminal ahead of the World Cup this summer. Meanwhile, some airports are concerned that the influx of travelers will lead to fines related to delayed flights and lost bags. "It is going to be challenging and people are going to have to be understanding," said Tony Tyler, head of the International Air Transport Association. "This is why we're a bit concerned about the very strict regulations that apply in Brazil."
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