The air traffic intraeuropeu exceeds the traffic of long distance in number of passengers, for each European national company. Cited volume of passengers if it must mainly to the ingression in the market of the company of low cost, that, in accordance with Teles (2006, p 25): They had emerged as consequncia of the liberalization of the sector. It was already in 1995 that the first company in the Europe appeared and in 1998 they existed six company, whose strategy if was similar> to its North American same types, intending to serve the great cities or strong markets of leisure, being used the secondary airports of the cities capitals. To these companies and its performance the distinctive characteristics fit below: The prices practised in this modality, even so pparently attractive, possess enormous variation related to the periods, destinations and antecedence of the purchase, with possible high in ends of week and drawn out holidays; Time of trip, which must be increased the procedures of embarkment and landing in the airports; It has an enormous aerial, flexible and available mesh, with possibility of the sprouting and disappearance of airports in use that, usually, if find distant of the centers of the great cities; Freedom of the purchaser to acquire more viable stretches economically, being valid to stand out the existence of restrictions of weight of luggage and collection for edge service. The localization of the airports, according to Bocardo and Arantes (2008, p 7), as well as the meteorological conditions, can affect the time of the aerial trip, and must be factor to be considered in comparison enter the transit time until the terminals of embarkment and the intended aerial destination. RAILROAD TRANSPORT IN the EUROPE the impulse of all the world-wide, decurrent railroad transport of the advances of the Industrial Revolution of century XIX, if gave in the Europe, demanding half more efficient of transport of raw materials to the industries and the manufactured products to the consuming markets basically, through locomotives the vapor, that had limited capacity of decurrent continuous functioning of its necessity of constant maintenance..