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(gwɑˈrul yəs)

a city in SE Brazil. 426,693.
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The theft occurred on July 25 at the Guarulhos International Airport in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and is being investigated by local authorities.
He was surrounded at Guarulhos airport before being driven away in a waiting car.
The agreement provides new codeshares on LATAM's routes between Sao Paulo's Guarulhos Airport and some 25 domestic cities across Brazil including Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Campo Grande, Foz do Iguacu and Recife.
Airports in Congonhas and Guarulhos were also closed.
Two people drowned when they were swept away in floodwaters, one in Guarulhos and the other in Cajamar.
Em Guarulhos nao foi diferente: a esperanca do ouro, tao ao gosto do colonizador portugues, introduziu relacoes de trabalho comuns a outras areas de exploracao na America e promoveu as relacoes sociais entre europeus, indigenas e africanos e seus descendentes.
DUBAI: Emirates, the world's largest international airline, will operate the first ever commercial Airbus A380 flight to Brazil and South America, when it takes the double decker aircraft on a one-off service to Guarulhos International Airport, Sao Paulo, on Nov.
Azul serves more destinations in Brazil than any other Brazilian carrier, including more than 50 daily flights from Sao Paulo's Guarulhos International Airport.
United currently flies into Guarulhos, Sao Paolo's largest international airport.
The LATAM Airlines Group has opened its largest cargo facility in Brazil, at Guarulhos Airport in Sao Paulo.
This market includes some of the big airlines such as TAM Linhas Aereas, Avianca-TACA, VARIG-Gol Airlines, and LAN Airlines and some of the busiest airports such as Sao Paulo Guarulhos International Airport and Tocumen International Airport.