The government published the tender document with concession rules for Brasilia, Campinas and Guarulhos International Airports in the Official Gazette on December 15. The three airports were included in the National Privatization Program on July 21, 2011, through Decree 7,531/2011. From the moment that the government took this decision the process took seven months to complete, and counted on the participation of the Presidential Secretariat of Civil Aviation, the Presidential Chief of Staff, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Planning, Budgets and Administration, as well as ANAC, Infraero and the Air Force Command. On October 13 the technical, economic and environmental feasibility studies were referred to the Federal Accounts Tribunal (TCU) for evaluation. The studies were approved last week, with recommendations and determinations being made by the Tribunal. The Tender and Concession Agreement shall be forwarded for consideration by the TCU within five business days after the publication of the documents by the ANAC. The government decided to grant concessions at the airports as a way of expanding Brazilian airport infrastructure, allowing efficiency gains and improvements in the quality of service. By way of comparison it should be noted that, on average, the growth in worldwide passenger traffic worldwide was 40% for the period 2003 to 2010. In Brazil the increase was 118% over the same period. Guarulhos, Viracopos and Brasilia, three of the largest airports in the country, are jointly responsible for handling 30% of passengers, 57% of cargo and 19% of Brazilian aircraft. Airports subject to concession will be monitored by ANAC and airspace control will remain under the responsibility of the State, through Air Force Command. World Cup Each airport concessionaire shall complete the works for the World Cup 2014 within a maximum of 18 months from award of the concession contract. In the case of default, high fines are provided for by the concession contracts. For Brasilia Airport, R$ 626.53 million in investment is predicted for this phase, including a new terminal for 2 million passengers. Investment totaling R$ 873.05 million is planned for the current phase at Viracopos Airport, with construction of a new terminal for at least 5.5 million passengers. In the case of Guarulhos, investments total R$ 1.38 billion, including a new terminal to serve 7 million passengers. In addition to terminals, investment is planned in expansion to runways, aprons, parking lots and access roads, among others.