As distance between city venues expand in Brazil, and the absence of group practices prior to the matches, transportation mess has become an issue at the World Cup’s host city. The hustle and bustle at the airport’s check-in counters in the South American country was clearly visible; however, luckily, the fans and teams were both able to combat being stranded and delayed in airports.
The Brazilian government’s campaign on opening more flights has successfully been granted. “Airports have complied with the demands and pressures that an event of this dimension. The traffic hasn’t been too different from what we see daily and the fans have been able to reach the stadium without any problems,”, Brazilian sports minister Aldo Rebelo said to reporters on Friday. He further added, “The
World Cup is coming along very nicely, not only on the pitch but outside the stadium.”
The basic major problem that Brazil World Cup faced was the stadium preparation. Because Fifa secretary general Jérôme Valcke pumped up the construction of the stadium to get it ready on time for the matches, many construction workers involved in the construction lost their lives. Curtiba and Cuiaba successfully completed the construction work in Sao Paulo, Manaus. Despite the dominant mess in the construction of the stadium, many volunteers were willing to play significant roles in making things better throughout the construction process. In spite of Fifa committee’s implemented pressure, everything inside the construction area seemed to have run smoothly. Several fans around the globe were willing to spend a fortune for the tournament’s tickets.