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GEN 0.4-4 02 FEB 2017 GEN 0.4-4 02 MAR 2017
GEN 0.4-5 02 FEB 2017 GEN 0.4-5 02 MAR 2017
GEN 0.4-6 02 FEB 2017 GEN 0.4-6 02 MAR 2017
GEN 1 GEN 1
GEN 1.7-1 12 NOV 15 GEN 1.7-1 02 MAR 2017
GEN 1.7-2 12 NOV 15 GEN 1.7-2 02 MAR 2017
GEN 1.7-3 12 NOV 15 GEN 1.7-3 02 MAR 2017
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GEN 2 GEN 2
GEN 2.4-1 10 NOV 16 GEN 2.4-1 02 MAR 2017
GEN 2.4-2 10 NOV 16 GEN 2.4-2 02 MAR 2017
GEN 2.4-3 13 OCT 16 GEN 2.4-3 02 MAR 2017
GEN 2.4-4 13 OCT 16 GEN 2.4-4 02 MAR 2017
GEN 2.4-5 13 OCT 16 GEN 2.4-5 02 MAR 2017
GEN 2.4-6 13 OCT 16 GEN 2.4-6 02 MAR 2017
GEN 2.5-1 05 JAN 17 GEN 2.5-1 02 MAR 2017
GEN 2.5-2 05 JAN 17 GEN 2.5-2 02 MAR 2017
GEN 2.5-3 05 JAN 17 GEN 2.5-3 02 MAR 2017
GEN 2.5-4 05 JAN 17 GEN 2.5-4 02 MAR 2017
GEN 2.5-5 02 FEB 17 GEN 2.5-5 02 MAR 2017
GEN 2.5-6 02 FEB 17 GEN 2.5-6 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3 GEN 3
GEN 3.1-7 10 NOV 16 GEN 3.1-7 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.1-8 10 NOV 16 GEN 3.1-8 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.1-9 10 NOV 16 GEN 3.1-9 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.1-10 10 NOV 16 GEN 3.1-10 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-7 10 NOV 16 GEN 3.5-7 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-8 10 NOV 16 GEN 3.5-8 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-9 15 SEP 16 GEN 3.5-9 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-10 15 SEP 16 GEN 3.5-10 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-11 10 NOV 16 GEN 3.5-11 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-12 10 NOV 16 GEN 3.5-12 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-13 10 NOV 16 GEN 3.5-13 02 MAR 2017
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GEN 3.5-18 15 SEP 16 GEN 3.5-18 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-19 15 SEP 16 GEN 3.5-19 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-20 15 SEP 16 GEN 3.5-20 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-21 10 NOV 16 GEN 3.5-21 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-22 10 NOV 16 GEN 3.5-22 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-27 10 NOV 16 GEN 3.5-27 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-28 10 NOV 16 GEN 3.5-28 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-29 15 SEP 16 GEN 3.5-29 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-30 15 SEP 16 GEN 3.5-30 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-31 10 NOV 16 GEN 3.5-31 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-32 10 NOV 16 GEN 3.5-32 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-33 05 JAN 17 GEN 3.5-33 02 MAR 2017
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GEN 3.5-35 15 SEP 16 GEN 3.5-35 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-36 15 SEP 16 GEN 3.5-36 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-37 05 JAN 17 GEN 3.5-37 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-38 05 JAN 17 GEN 3.5-38 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-39 05 JAN 17 GEN 3.5-39 02 MAR 2017
GEN 3.5-40 05 JAN 17 GEN 3.5-40 02 MAR 2017
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ENR 0.6-1 05 JAN 17 ENR 0.6-1 02 MAR 2017
ENR 0.6-2 05 JAN 17 ENR 0.6-2 02 MAR 2017
ENR 1.5-1 25 JUN 15 ENR 1.5-1 02 MAR 2017
ENR 1.5-2 25 JUN 15 ENR 1.5-2 02 MAR 2017
ENR 1.5-3 21 JUL 16 ENR 1.5-3 02 MAR 2017
ENR 2.1.1 N-1 25 JUN 15 ENR 2.1.1 N-1 02 MAR 2017
ENR 2.2-5 02 FEB 17 ENR 2.2-5 02 MAR 2017
ENR 2.2-6 02 FEB 17 ENR 2.2-6 02 MAR 2017
ENR 2.2-7 05 JAN 17 ENR 2.2-7 02 MAR 2017
ENR 2.2-8 05 JAN 17 ENR 2.2-8 02 MAR 2017
ENR 2.2-9 15 SEP 16 ENR 2.2-9 02 MAR 2017
ENR 2.2-10 15 SEP 16 ENR 2.2-10 02 MAR 2017
ENR 3.1.1 R563 -1 25 JUN 15 ENR 3.1.1 R563 -1 02 MAR 2017
ENR 3.1.1 W10 -1 31 MAR 16 ENR 3.1.1 W10 -1 02 MAR 2017
ENR 3.1.1 W10 -2 31 MAR 16 ENR 3.1.1 W10 -2 02 MAR 2017
ENR 3.1.1 W13 -3 25 JUN 15 ENR 3.1.1 W13 -3 02 MAR 2017
ENR 3.1.1 W34 -1 25 JUN 15 ENR 3.1.1 W34 -1 02 MAR 2017
ENR 3.3.1 Z5 -1 15 SEP 16 ENR 3.3.1 Z5 -1 02 MAR 2017
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ENR 3.3.2 UL216 -1 15 SEP 16 ENR 3.3.2 UL216 -1 02 MAR 2017
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ENR 3.3.2 UL324 -1 13 OCT 16 ENR 3.3.2 UL324 -1 02 MAR 2017
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ENR 3.5-16 05 JAN 17 ENR 3.5-16 02 MAR 2017
ENR 3.5-17 05 JAN 17 ENR 3.5-17 02 MAR 2017
ENR 3.5-18 05 JAN 17 ENR 3.5-18 02 MAR 2017
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ENR 3.5-20 05 JAN 17 ENR 3.5-20 02 MAR 2017
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ENR 3.5-28 05 JAN 17 ENR 3.5-28 02 MAR 2017
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ENR 3.5-31 05 JAN 17 ENR 3.5-31 02 MAR 2017
ENR 3.5-32 05 JAN 17 ENR 3.5-32 02 MAR 2017
ENR 3.5-33 05 JAN 17 ENR 3.5-33 02 MAR 2017
ENR 4.1-1 10 NOV 16 ENR 4.1-1 02 MAR 2017
ENR 4.1-2 10 NOV 16 ENR 4.1-2 02 MAR 2017
ENR 4.1-3 05 JAN 17 ENR 4.1-3 02 MAR 2017
ENR 4.1-4 05 JAN 17 ENR 4.1-4 02 MAR 2017
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AD 2 SBAR 1-6 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBAR 1-6 02 MAR 2017
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AD 2 SBAR 1-8 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBAR 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBAR 1-9 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBAR 1-9 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBBE 1-7 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBBE 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBBE 1-8 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBBE 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBBG 1-7 25 JUN 15 AD 2 SBBG 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBBG 1-8 25 JUN 15 AD 2 SBBG 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBBH 1-1 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBBH 1-1 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBBH 1-2 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBBH 1-2 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBBH 1-7 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBBH 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBBH 1-8 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBBH 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBBH 1-9 21 JUL 16 AD 2 SBBH 1-9 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBBR 1-1 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBBR 1-1 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBBR 1-2 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBBR 1-2 02 MAR 2017
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AD 2 SBBR 1-10 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBBR 1-10 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBBR 1-11 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBBR 1-11 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBBR 1-12 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBBR 1-12 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBBR 1-13 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBBR 1-13 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBBV 1-5 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBBV 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBBV 1-6 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBBV 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBBV 1-9 25 JUN 15 AD 2 SBBV 1-9 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCB 1-1 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBCB 1-1 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCB 1-2 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBCB 1-2 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCB 1-3 25 JUN 15 AD 2 SBCB 1-3 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCB 1-4 25 JUN 15 AD 2 SBCB 1-4 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCB 1-5 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBCB 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCB 1-6 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBCB 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCB 1-7 25 JUN 15 AD 2 SBCB 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCF 1-9 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBCF 1-9 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCF 1-10 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBCF 1-10 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCG 1-1 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBCG 1-1 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCG 1-2 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBCG 1-2 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCG 1-9 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBCG 1-9 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCP 1-7 25 JUN 15 AD 2 SBCP 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCR 1-1 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBCR 1-1 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCR 1-2 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBCR 1-2 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCR 1-3 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBCR 1-3 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCR 1-4 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBCR 1-4 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCR 1-7 25 JUN 15 AD 2 SBCR 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCT 1-7 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBCT 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCT 1-8 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBCT 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCT 1-9 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBCT 1-9 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCT 1-10 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBCT 1-10 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCY 1-5 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBCY 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCY 1-6 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBCY 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCY 1-7 21 JUL 16 AD 2 SBCY 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCY 1-8 21 JUL 16 AD 2 SBCY 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCY 1-9 10 DEC 15 AD 2 SBCY 1-9 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCZ 1-1 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBCZ 1-1 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCZ 1-2 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBCZ 1-2 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBCZ 1-7 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBCZ 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBEG 1-1 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBEG 1-1 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBEG 1-2 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBEG 1-2 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBEG 1-3 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBEG 1-3 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBEG 1-4 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBEG 1-4 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBEG 1-5 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBEG 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBEG 1-6 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBEG 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBEG 1-7 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBEG 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBEG 1-8 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBEG 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBEG 1-9 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBEG 1-9 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBFI 1-5 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBFI 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBFI 1-6 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBFI 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBFI 1-7 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBFI 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBFI 1-8 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBFI 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBFI 1-9 25 JUN 15 AD 2 SBFI 1-9 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBFI 1-10 25 JUN 15 AD 2 SBFI 1-10 02 MAR 2017
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AD 2 SBFZ 1-1 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBFZ 1-1 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBFZ 1-2 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBFZ 1-2 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBFZ 1-5 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBFZ 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBFZ 1-6 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBFZ 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBFZ 1-7 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBFZ 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBFZ 1-8 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBFZ 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBFZ 1-9 25 JUN 15 AD 2 SBFZ 1-9 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBGL 1-5 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBGL 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBGL 1-6 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBGL 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBGL 1-7 26 MAY 16 AD 2 SBGL 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBGL 1-8 26 MAY 16 AD 2 SBGL 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBGR 1-1 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBGR 1-1 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBGR 1-2 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBGR 1-2 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBGR 1-3 26 MAY 16 AD 2 SBGR 1-3 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBGR 1-4 26 MAY 16 AD 2 SBGR 1-4 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBGR 1-5 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBGR 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBGR 1-6 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBGR 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBGR 1-7 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBGR 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBGR 1-8 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBGR 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBGR 1-9 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBGR 1-9 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBGR 1-10 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBGR 1-10 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBGR 1-11 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBGR 1-11 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBGR 1-12 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBGR 1-12 02 MAR 2017
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AD 2 SBJP 1-5 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBJP 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBJP 1-6 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBJP 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBJP 1-7 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBJP 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBJP 1-8 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBJP 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBJP 1-9 26 MAY 16 AD 2 SBJP 1-9 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBKP 1-5 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBKP 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBKP 1-6 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBKP 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBKP 1-7 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBKP 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBKP 1-8 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBKP 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBKP 1-9 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBKP 1-9 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBKP 1-10 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBKP 1-10 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBMO 1-1 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBMO 1-1 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBMO 1-2 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBMO 1-2 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBMO 1-5 13 OCT 16 AD 2 SBMO 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBMO 1-6 13 OCT 16 AD 2 SBMO 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBMO 1-7 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBMO 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBMO 1-8 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBMO 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBMO 1-9 21 JUL 16 AD 2 SBMO 1-9 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBMQ 1-1 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBMQ 1-1 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBMQ 1-2 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBMQ 1-2 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBMQ 1-3 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBMQ 1-3 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBMQ 1-4 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBMQ 1-4 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBMQ 1-7 21 JUL 16 AD 2 SBMQ 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBMQ 1-8 21 JUL 16 AD 2 SBMQ 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBNF 1-1 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBNF 1-1 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBNF 1-2 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBNF 1-2 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBNF 1-3 10 DEC 15 AD 2 SBNF 1-3 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBNF 1-4 10 DEC 15 AD 2 SBNF 1-4 02 MAR 2017
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AD 2 SBPA 1-7 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBPA 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBPA 1-8 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBPA 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBPA 1-9 21 JUL 16 AD 2 SBPA 1-9 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBPA 1-10 21 JUL 16 AD 2 SBPA 1-10 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBPJ 1-1 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBPJ 1-1 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBPJ 1-2 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBPJ 1-2 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBPJ 1-3 25 JUN 15 AD 2 SBPJ 1-3 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBPJ 1-4 25 JUN 15 AD 2 SBPJ 1-4 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBPJ 1-5 10 DEC 15 AD 2 SBPJ 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBPJ 1-6 10 DEC 15 AD 2 SBPJ 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBPJ 1-7 10 DEC 15 AD 2 SBPJ 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBPJ 1-8 10 DEC 15 AD 2 SBPJ 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBPK 1-7 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBPK 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBPP 1-7 25 JUN 15 AD 2 SBPP 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBPS 1-5 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBPS 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBPS 1-6 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBPS 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBPS 1-7 25 JUN 15 AD 2 SBPS 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBPV 1-7 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBPV 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBPV 1-8 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBPV 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBRB 1-5 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBRB 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBRB 1-6 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBRB 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBRB 1-9 21 JUL 16 AD 2 SBRB 1-9 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBRF 1-1 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBRF 1-1 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBRF 1-2 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBRF 1-2 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBRF 1-7 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBRF 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBRF 1-8 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBRF 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBRF 1-9 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBRF 1-9 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBRF 1-10 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBRF 1-10 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBRF 1-11 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBRF 1-11 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBRJ 1-9 25 JUN 15 AD 2 SBRJ 1-9 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBRP 1-5 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBRP 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBRP 1-6 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBRP 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBRP 1-7 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBRP 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBRP 1-8 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBRP 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSG 1-1 17 SEP 15 AD 2 SBSG 1-1 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSG 1-2 17 SEP 15 AD 2 SBSG 1-2 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSG 1-5 21 JUL 16 AD 2 SBSG 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSG 1-6 21 JUL 16 AD 2 SBSG 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSG 1-7 21 JUL 16 AD 2 SBSG 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSG 1-8 21 JUL 16 AD 2 SBSG 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSG 1-9 21 JUL 16 AD 2 SBSG 1-9 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSG 1-10 21 JUL 16 AD 2 SBSG 1-10 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSJ 1-5 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBSJ 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSJ 1-6 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBSJ 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSJ 1-7 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBSJ 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSJ 1-8 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBSJ 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSL 1-5 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBSL 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSL 1-6 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBSL 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSL 1-7 03 MAR 16 AD 2 SBSL 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSL 1-8 03 MAR 16 AD 2 SBSL 1-8 02 MAR 2017
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AD 2 SBSN 1-8 25 JUN 15 AD 2 SBSN 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSP 1-5 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBSP 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSP 1-6 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBSP 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSP 1-7 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBSP 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSP 1-8 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBSP 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSV 1-1 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBSV 1-1 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSV 1-2 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBSV 1-2 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSV 1-7 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBSV 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSV 1-8 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBSV 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSV 1-9 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBSV 1-9 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSV 1-10 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBSV 1-10 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSV 1-11 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBSV 1-11 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBSV 1-12 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBSV 1-12 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBTT 1-1 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBTT 1-1 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBTT 1-2 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBTT 1-2 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBTT 1-5 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBTT 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBTT 1-6 05 JAN 17 AD 2 SBTT 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBTT 1-7 25 JUN 15 AD 2 SBTT 1-7 02 MAR 2017
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AD 2 SBUG 1-1 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBUG 1-1 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBUG 1-2 10 NOV 16 AD 2 SBUG 1-2 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBUG 1-7 25 JUN 15 AD 2 SBUG 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBVT 1-5 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBVT 1-5 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBVT 1-6 02 FEB 17 AD 2 SBVT 1-6 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBVT 1-7 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBVT 1-7 02 MAR 2017
AD 2 SBVT 1-8 15 SEP 16 AD 2 SBVT 1-8 02 MAR 2017
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not be incorporated without prior verification of the "reference" of the NOTAM.

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Z3180/16
Z3183/16
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(*) This list relates the NOTAM whose information was included in this publication. NOTAM mentioned in this list should
not be incorporated without prior verification of the "reference" of the NOTAM.

02 MAR 17 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 0.4-1
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

GEN 0.4 - CHECKLIST

02/17DECEA-AIM02 Mar 17

PAGE DATE PAGE DATE PAGE DATE PAGE DATE

GEN 0 2.3-1 25 JUN 15 3.2-10 21 JUL 16 3.6-1 25 JUN 15

0.1-1 25 JUN 15 2.4-1 02 MAR 2017 3.3-1 25 JUN 15 3.6-2 25 JUN 15

0.1-2 25 JUN 15 2.4-2 02 MAR 2017 3.3-2 25 JUN 15 3.6-3 25 JUN 15

0.1-3 25 JUN 15 2.4-3 02 MAR 2017 3.3-3 25 JUN 15 3.6-4 25 JUN 15

0.2-1 25 JUN 15 2.4-4 02 MAR 2017 3.4-1 25 JUN 15 3.6-5 25 JUN 15

0.3-1 25 JUN 15 2.4-5 02 MAR 2017 3.4-2 25 JUN 15 3.6-6 25 JUN 15

0.4-1 02 MAR 2017 2.4-6 02 MAR 2017 3.5-1 25 JUN 15 3.6-7 25 JUN 15

0.4-2 02 MAR 2017 2.5-1 02 MAR 2017 3.5-2 25 JUN 15 3.6-8 25 JUN 15

0.4-3 02 MAR 2017 2.5-2 02 MAR 2017 3.5-3 25 JUN 15 3.6-9 25 JUN 15

0.4-4 02 MAR 2017 2.5-3 02 MAR 2017 3.5-4 25 JUN 15 GEN 4

0.4-5 02 MAR 2017 2.5-4 02 MAR 2017 3.5-5 25 JUN 15 4.1-1 25 JUN 15

0.4-6 02 MAR 2017 2.5-5 02 MAR 2017 3.5-6 25 JUN 15 4.1-2 25 JUN 15

0.5-1 25 JUN 15 2.5-6 02 MAR 2017 3.5-7 02 MAR 2017 4.1-3 25 JUN 15

0.6-1 21 JUL 16 2.6-1 25 JUN 15 3.5-8 02 MAR 2017 4.1-4 25 JUN 15

0.6-2 21 JUL 16 2.6-2 25 JUN 15 3.5-9 02 MAR 2017 4.1-5 25 JUN 15

GEN 1 2.7-1 15 SEP 16 3.5-10 02 MAR 2017 4.1-6 25 JUN 15

1.1-1 25 JUN 15 2.7-2 15 SEP 16 3.5-11 02 MAR 2017 4.1-7 25 JUN 15

1.2-1 26 MAY 16 2.7-3 25 JUN 15 3.5-12 02 MAR 2017 4.2-1 10 NOV 16

1.2-2 26 MAY 16 2.7-4 25 JUN 15 3.5-13 02 MAR 2017 4.2-2 10 NOV 16

1.3-1 25 JUN 15 2.7-5 25 JUN 15 3.5-14 02 MAR 2017 4.2-3 10 NOV 16

1.4-1 25 JUN 15 2.7-6 25 JUN 15 3.5-15 02 MAR 2017 4.2-4 10 NOV 16

1.5-1 25 JUN 15 2.7-7 25 JUN 15 3.5-16 02 MAR 2017 4.2-5 13 OCT 16

1.6-1 15 SEP 16 2.7-8 25 JUN 15 3.5-17 02 MAR 2017 4.2-6 13 OCT 16

1.6-2 15 SEP 16 2.7-9 25 JUN 15 3.5-18 02 MAR 2017 4.2-7 13 OCT 16

1.7-1 02 MAR 2017 2.7-10 25 JUN 15 3.5-19 02 MAR 2017 4.2-8 13 OCT 16

1.7-2 02 MAR 2017 2.7-11 25 JUN 15 3.5-20 02 MAR 2017 4.2-9 13 OCT 16

1.7-3 02 MAR 2017 2.7-12 25 JUN 15 3.5-21 02 MAR 2017 4.2-10 13 OCT 16

1.7-4 02 MAR 2017 2.7-13 25 JUN 15 3.5-22 02 MAR 2017 ENR

1.7-5 02 MAR 2017 2.7-14 25 JUN 15 3.5-23 15 SEP 16 0.3-1 05 JAN 17

1.7-6 02 MAR 2017 2.7-15 25 JUN 15 3.5-24 15 SEP 16 0.6-1 02 MAR 2017

1.7-7 02 MAR 2017 2.7-16 25 JUN 15 3.5-25 10 NOV 16 0.6-2 02 MAR 2017

GEN 2 2.7-17 25 JUN 15 3.5-26 10 NOV 16 1.1-1 10 NOV 16

2.1-1 25 JUN 15 2.7-18 25 JUN 15 3.5-27 02 MAR 2017 1.1-2 10 NOV 16

2.1-2 25 JUN 15 2.7-19 25 JUN 15 3.5-28 02 MAR 2017 1.1-3 10 NOV 16

2.2-1 05 JAN 17 2.7-20 25 JUN 15 3.5-29 02 MAR 2017 1.2-1 10 NOV 16

2.2-2 05 JAN 17 GEN 3 3.5-30 02 MAR 2017 1.3-1 25 JUN 15

2.2-3 05 JAN 17 3.1-1 21 JUL 16 3.5-31 02 MAR 2017 1.3-2 25 JUN 15

2.2-4 05 JAN 17 3.1-2 21 JUL 16 3.5-32 02 MAR 2017 1.4-1 25 JUN 15

2.2-5 05 JAN 17 3.1-3 25 JUN 15 3.5-33 02 MAR 2017 1.4-2 25 JUN 15

2.2-6 05 JAN 17 3.1-4 25 JUN 15 3.5-34 02 MAR 2017 1.4-3 25 JUN 15

2.2-7 05 JAN 17 3.1-5 12 NOV 15 3.5-35 02 MAR 2017 1.5-1 02 MAR 2017

2.2-8 05 JAN 17 3.1-6 12 NOV 15 3.5-36 02 MAR 2017 1.5-2 02 MAR 2017

2.2-9 05 JAN 17 3.1-7 02 MAR 2017 3.5-37 02 MAR 2017 1.5-3 02 MAR 2017

2.2-10 05 JAN 17 3.1-8 02 MAR 2017 3.5-38 02 MAR 2017 1.6-1 12 NOV 15

2.2-11 05 JAN 17 3.1-9 02 MAR 2017 3.5-39 02 MAR 2017 1.6-2 12 NOV 15

2.2-12 05 JAN 17 3.1-10 02 MAR 2017 3.5-40 02 MAR 2017 1.7-1 25 JUN 15

2.2-13 05 JAN 17 3.2-1 25 JUN 15 3.5-41 02 FEB 17 1.8-1 25 JUN 15

2.2-14 05 JAN 17 3.2-2 25 JUN 15 3.5-42 02 FEB 17 1.9-1 25 JUN 15

2.2-15 05 JAN 17 3.2-3 25 JUN 15 3.5-43 02 FEB 17 1.9-2 25 JUN 15

2.2-16 05 JAN 17 3.2-4 25 JUN 15 3.5-44 02 FEB 17 1.10-1 15 SEP 16

2.2-17 05 JAN 17 3.2-5 05 JAN 17 3.5-45 15 SEP 16 1.10-2 15 SEP 16

2.2-18 05 JAN 17 3.2-6 05 JAN 17 3.5-46 15 SEP 16 1.10-3 25 JUN 15

2.2-19 05 JAN 17 3.2-7 25 JUN 15 3.5-47 02 FEB 17 1.10-4 25 JUN 15

2.2-20 05 JAN 17 3.2-8 25 JUN 15 3.5-48 02 FEB 17 1.10-5 25 JUN 15

2.2-21 05 JAN 17 3.2-9 21 JUL 16 3.5-49 15 SEP 16 1.10-6 25 JUN 15

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIP 02/17


GEN 0.4-2 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

PAGE DATE PAGE DATE PAGE DATE PAGE DATE

1.11-1 31 MAR 16 2.1-50 02 FEB 17 2.2-1 23 JUL 15 3.1.1 W14 -1 21 JUL 16

1.11-2 31 MAR 16 2.1-51 02 FEB 17 2.2-2 23 JUL 15 3.1.1 W14 -2 21 JUL 16

1.12-1 25 JUN 15 2.1-52 02 FEB 17 2.2-3 23 JUL 15 3.1.1 W15 -1 25 JUN 15

1.12-2 25 JUN 15 2.1-53 02 FEB 17 2.2-4 23 JUL 15 3.1.1 W17 -1 12 NOV 15

1.12-3 25 JUN 15 2.1-54 02 FEB 17 2.2-5 02 MAR 2017 3.1.1 W17 -2 12 NOV 15

1.13-1 25 JUN 15 2.1-55 02 FEB 17 2.2-6 02 MAR 2017 3.1.1 W18 -1 21 JUL 16

1.14-1 17 SEP 15 2.1-56 02 FEB 17 2.2-7 02 MAR 2017 3.1.1 W19 -1 25 JUN 15

1.14-2 17 SEP 15 2.1-57 02 FEB 17 2.2-8 02 MAR 2017 3.1.1 W20 -1 03 MAR 16

1.14-3 25 JUN 15 2.1-58 02 FEB 17 2.2-9 02 MAR 2017 3.1.1 W21 -1 25 JUN 15

1.14-4 25 JUN 15 2.1-59 02 FEB 17 2.2-10 02 MAR 2017 3.1.1 W21 -2 25 JUN 15

1.14-5 25 JUN 15 2.1-60 02 FEB 17 2.2-11 21 JUL 16 3.1.1 W22 -1 03 MAR 16

1.14-6 25 JUN 15 2.1-61 02 FEB 17 3.1-1 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W23 -1 25 JUN 15

1.15-1 13 OCT 16 2.1-62 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 A301 -1 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 W24 -1 25 JUN 15

2.1-1 02 FEB 17 2.1-63 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 A304 -1 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W25 -1 25 JUN 15

2.1-2 02 FEB 17 2.1-64 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 A305 -1 10 NOV 16 3.1.1 W26 -1 02 FEB 17

2.1-3 13 OCT 16 2.1-65 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 A309 -1 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 W27 -1 25 JUN 15

2.1-4 13 OCT 16 2.1-66 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 A310 -1 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W27 -2 25 JUN 15

2.1-5 21 JUL 16 2.1-67 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 A314 -1 23 JUL 15 3.1.1 W28 -1 31 MAR 16

2.1-6 21 JUL 16 2.1-68 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 A428 -1 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W29 -1 25 JUN 15

2.1-7 02 FEB 17 2.1-69 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 A430 -1 15 SEP 16 3.1.1 W30 -1 15 SEP 16

2.1-8 02 FEB 17 2.1-70 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 A430 -2 15 SEP 16 3.1.1 W30 -2 15 SEP 16

2.1-9 15 SEP 16 2.1-71 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 A566 -1 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 W31 -1 25 JUN 15

2.1-10 15 SEP 16 2.1-72 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 A566 -2 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 W32 -1 25 JUN 15

2.1-11 15 SEP 16 2.1-73 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 A685 -1 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W32 -2 25 JUN 15

2.1-12 15 SEP 16 2.1-74 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 B552 -1 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W33 -1 13 OCT 16

2.1-13 21 JUL 16 2.1-75 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 B623 -1 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W33 -2 13 OCT 16

2.1-14 21 JUL 16 2.1-76 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 B652 -1 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W33 -3 02 FEB 17

2.1-15 21 JUL 16 2.1-77 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 B681 -1 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W34 -1 02 MAR 2017

2.1-16 21 JUL 16 2.1-78 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 G443 -1 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W40 -1 25 JUN 15

2.1-17 21 JUL 16 2.1-79 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 G449 -1 15 SEP 16 3.1.1 W41 -1 25 JUN 15

2.1-18 21 JUL 16 2.1-80 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 G449 -2 15 SEP 16 3.1.1 W42 -1 10 NOV 16

2.1-19 21 JUL 16 2.1-81 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 G449 -3 23 JUL 15 3.1.1 W44 -1 15 SEP 16

2.1-20 21 JUL 16 2.1-82 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 G449 -4 23 JUL 15 3.1.1 W45 -1 05 JAN 17

2.1-21 21 JUL 16 2.1-83 02 FEB 17 3.1.1 G678 -1 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W45 -2 05 JAN 17

2.1-22 21 JUL 16 2.1.1 A-1 15 SEP 16 3.1.1 G678 -2 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W46 -1 25 JUN 15

2.1-23 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 B-1 15 SEP 16 3.1.1 G680 -1 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W47 -1 21 JUL 16

2.1-24 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 C-1 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 R563 -1 02 MAR 2017 3.1.1 W47 -2 21 JUL 16

2.1-25 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 F-1 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W1 -1 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W48 -1 02 FEB 17

2.1-26 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 I-1 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W1 -2 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W48 -2 02 FEB 17

2.1-27 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 L-1 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W2 -1 12 NOV 15 3.1.1 W51 -1 31 MAR 16

2.1-28 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 M-1 15 SEP 16 3.1.1 W2 -2 12 NOV 15 3.1.1 W51 -2 31 MAR 16

2.1-29 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 M-2 15 SEP 16 3.1.1 W2 -3 12 NOV 15 3.1.1 W53 -1 25 JUN 15

2.1-30 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 M-3 15 SEP 16 3.1.1 W3 -1 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W57 -1 25 JUN 15

2.1-31 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 M-4 15 SEP 16 3.1.1 W4 -1 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W57 -2 25 JUN 15

2.1-32 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 M-5 15 SEP 16 3.1.1 W5 -1 23 JUL 15 3.1.1 W58 -1 15 SEP 16

2.1-33 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 M-6 15 SEP 16 3.1.1 W6 -1 02 FEB 17 3.2-1 25 JUN 15

2.1-34 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 M-7 15 SEP 16 3.1.1 W6 -2 02 FEB 17 3.2.1 UA305 -1 02 FEB 17

2.1-35 15 SEP 16 2.1.1 N-1 02 MAR 2017 3.1.1 W7 -1 05 JAN 17 3.2.1 UA310 -1 15 SEP 16

2.1-36 15 SEP 16 2.1.1 P-1 15 SEP 16 3.1.1 W7 -2 05 JAN 17 3.2.1 UA310 -2 15 SEP 16

2.1-37 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 R-1 26 MAY 16 3.1.1 W7 -3 23 JUL 15 3.2.1 UA323 -1 25 JUN 15

2.1-38 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 R-2 26 MAY 16 3.1.1 W8 -1 10 NOV 16 3.2.1 UA555 -1 15 SEP 16

2.1-39 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 R-3 26 MAY 16 3.1.1 W8 -2 10 NOV 16 3.2.1 UA566 -1 02 FEB 17

2.1-40 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 R-4 26 MAY 16 3.1.1 W9 -1 25 JUN 15 3.2.1 UA566 -2 02 FEB 17

2.1-41 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 R-5 26 MAY 16 3.1.1 W10 -1 02 MAR 2017 3.2.1 UB623 -1 13 OCT 16

2.1-42 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 S-1 05 JAN 17 3.1.1 W10 -2 02 MAR 2017 3.2.1 UB681 -1 25 JUN 15

2.1-43 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 S-2 05 JAN 17 3.1.1 W10 -3 10 NOV 16 3.2.1 UG449 -1 15 SEP 16

2.1-44 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 S-3 05 JAN 17 3.1.1 W11 -1 02 FEB 17 3.2.1 UR640 -1 25 JUN 15

2.1-45 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 S-4 05 JAN 17 3.1.1 W11 -2 02 FEB 17 3.2.1 UW6 -1 02 FEB 17

2.1-46 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 S-5 05 JAN 17 3.1.1 W12 -1 21 JUL 16 3.2.1 UW6 -2 02 FEB 17

2.1-47 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 S-6 05 JAN 17 3.1.1 W13 -1 02 FEB 17 3.2.1 UW19 -1 02 FEB 17

2.1-48 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 T-1 26 MAY 16 3.1.1 W13 -2 02 FEB 17 3.2.1 UW19 -2 02 FEB 17

2.1-49 02 FEB 17 2.1.1 V-1 25 JUN 15 3.1.1 W13 -3 02 MAR 2017 3.2.1 UW21 -1 13 OCT 16

AMDT AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 0.4-3
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

PAGE DATE PAGE DATE PAGE DATE PAGE DATE

3.2.1 UW24 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UL655 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UM776 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ11 -3 21 JUL 16

3.2.1 UW44 -1 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UL655 -2 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UM778 -1 25 JUN 15 3.3.2 UZ12 -1 21 JUL 16

3.3-1 25 JUN 15 3.3.2 UL695 -1 25 JUN 15 3.3.2 UM782 -1 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UZ12 -2 21 JUL 16

3.3-2 25 JUN 15 3.3.2 UL695 -2 25 JUN 15 3.3.2 UM782 -2 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UZ12 -3 15 SEP 16

3.3.1-1 25 JUN 15 3.3.2 UL776 -1 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UM784 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ13 -1 15 SEP 16

3.3.1 M653 -1 25 JUN 15 3.3.2 UL776 -2 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UM788 -1 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UZ13 -2 15 SEP 16

3.3.1 M778 -1 25 JUN 15 3.3.2 UL793 -1 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UM788 -2 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UZ14 -1 05 JAN 17

3.3.1 UL542 -1 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UL793 -2 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UM791 -1 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UZ14 -2 05 JAN 17

3.3.1 Z1 -1 23 JUL 15 3.3.2 UL795 -1 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UM791 -2 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UZ14 -3 13 OCT 16

3.3.1 Z1 -2 23 JUL 15 3.3.2 UL795 -2 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UM792 -1 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UZ15 -1 13 OCT 16

3.3.1 Z2 -1 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UL795 -3 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UM792 -2 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UZ16 -1 25 JUN 15

3.3.1 Z2 -2 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UL795 -4 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UM799 -1 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ17 -1 13 OCT 16

3.3.1 Z3 -1 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UM400 -1 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UM799 -2 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ17 -2 13 OCT 16

3.3.1 Z3 -2 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UM400 -2 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UM799 -3 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ17 -3 13 OCT 16

3.3.1 Z4 -1 23 JUL 15 3.3.2 UM402 -1 05 JAN 17 3.3.2 UM799 -4 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ18 -1 13 OCT 16

3.3.1 Z4 -2 23 JUL 15 3.3.2 UM402 -2 05 JAN 17 3.3.2 UN420 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ18 -2 13 OCT 16

3.3.1 Z5 -1 02 MAR 2017 3.3.2 UM402 -3 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UN525 -1 05 JAN 17 3.3.2 UZ19 -1 21 JUL 16

3.3.1 Z5 -2 02 MAR 2017 3.3.2 UM403 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UN741 -1 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ19 -2 21 JUL 16

3.3.1 Z6 -1 25 JUN 15 3.3.2 UM403 -2 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UN741 -2 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ19 -3 15 SEP 16

3.3.1 Z7 -1 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UM409 -1 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UN741 -3 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ20 -1 15 SEP 16

3.3.1 Z7 -2 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UM409 -2 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UN741 -4 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ20 -2 15 SEP 16

3.3.1 Z8 -1 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UM409 -3 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UN857 -1 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UZ20 -3 15 SEP 16

3.3.1 Z9 -1 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UM409 -4 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UN857 -2 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UZ21 -1 21 JUL 16

3.3.1 Z9 -2 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UM411 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UN857 -3 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UZ21 -2 21 JUL 16

3.3.1 Z10 -1 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UM411 -2 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UN857 -4 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UZ21 -3 13 OCT 16

3.3.1 Z10 -2 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UM415 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UN866 -1 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UZ21 -4 13 OCT 16

3.3.1 Z11 -1 25 JUN 15 3.3.2 UM415 -2 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UN866 -2 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UZ21 -5 21 JUL 16

3.3.2-1 25 JUN 15 3.3.2 UM417 -1 02 MAR 2017 3.3.2 UN873 -1 25 JUN 15 3.3.2 UZ22 -1 15 SEP 16

3.3.2 UL201 -1 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UM417 -2 02 MAR 2017 3.3.2 UP528 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ22 -2 15 SEP 16

3.3.2 UL201 -2 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UM417 -3 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UP528 -2 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ22 -3 21 JUL 16

3.3.2 UL206 -1 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UM418 -1 25 JUN 15 3.3.2 UZ1 -1 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ23 -1 02 FEB 17

3.3.2 UL206 -2 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UM423 -1 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ1 -2 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ23 -2 02 FEB 17

3.3.2 UL216 -1 02 MAR 2017 3.3.2 UM423 -2 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ1 -3 25 JUN 15 3.3.2 UZ24 -1 15 SEP 16

3.3.2 UL216 -2 02 MAR 2017 3.3.2 UM423 -3 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UZ2 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ24 -2 15 SEP 16

3.3.2 UL216 -3 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UM527 -1 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UZ2 -2 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ24 -3 17 SEP 15

3.3.2 UL224 -1 25 JUN 15 3.3.2 UM527 -2 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UZ2 -3 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ25 -1 21 JUL 16

3.3.2 UL300 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UM530 -1 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ3 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ25 -2 21 JUL 16

3.3.2 UL301 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UM530 -2 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ3 -2 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ25 -3 02 FEB 17

3.3.2 UL301 -2 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UM530 -3 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ3 -3 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ26 -1 13 OCT 16

3.3.2 UL304 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UM532 -1 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ4 -1 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ26 -2 13 OCT 16

3.3.2 UL304 -2 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UM532 -2 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ4 -2 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ26 -3 13 OCT 16

3.3.2 UL304 -3 23 JUL 15 3.3.2 UM532 -3 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ4 -3 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ27 -1 21 JUL 16

3.3.2 UL306 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UM534 -1 25 JUN 15 3.3.2 UZ5 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ27 -2 21 JUL 16

3.3.2 UL306 -2 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UM540 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ5 -2 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ29 -1 15 SEP 16

3.3.2 UL306 -3 26 MAY 16 3.3.2 UM544 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ5 -3 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ29 -2 15 SEP 16

3.3.2 UL309 -1 25 JUN 15 3.3.2 UM544 -2 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ5 -4 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ30 -1 13 OCT 16

3.3.2 UL310 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UM548 -1 02 MAR 2017 3.3.2 UZ6 -1 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UZ30 -2 13 OCT 16

3.3.2 UL322 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UM549 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ6 -2 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UZ30 -3 13 OCT 16

3.3.2 UL322 -2 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UM549 -2 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ6 -3 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ31 -1 05 JAN 17

3.3.2 UL324 -1 02 MAR 2017 3.3.2 UM654 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ7 -1 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UZ32 -1 02 FEB 17

3.3.2 UL327 -1 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UM654 -2 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ7 -2 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UZ32 -2 02 FEB 17

3.3.2 UL327 -2 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UM654 -3 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ7 -3 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UZ33 -1 13 OCT 16

3.3.2 UL330 -1 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UM654 -4 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ8 -1 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ33 -2 13 OCT 16

3.3.2 UL335 -1 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UM656 -1 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UZ8 -2 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UZ33 -3 13 OCT 16

3.3.2 UL340 -1 25 JUN 15 3.3.2 UM656 -2 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UZ9 -1 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ34 -1 02 FEB 17

3.3.2 UL375 -1 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UM661 -1 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UZ9 -2 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ35 -1 02 FEB 17

3.3.2 UL375 -2 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UM661 -2 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UZ9 -3 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ35 -2 02 FEB 17

3.3.2 UL417 -1 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UM661 -3 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ10 -1 12 NOV 15 3.3.2 UZ36 -1 13 OCT 16

3.3.2 UL540 -1 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UM668 -1 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UZ10 -2 12 NOV 15 3.3.2 UZ36 -2 13 OCT 16

3.3.2 UL540 -2 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UM668 -2 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UZ10 -3 15 SEP 16 3.3.2 UZ37 -1 25 JUN 15

3.3.2 UL540 -3 13 OCT 16 3.3.2 UM671 -1 25 JUN 15 3.3.2 UZ11 -1 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UZ38 -1 13 OCT 16

3.3.2 UL542 -1 02 FEB 17 3.3.2 UM775 -1 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UZ11 -2 21 JUL 16 3.3.2 UZ38 -2 13 OCT 16

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIP 02/17


GEN 0.4-4 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

PAGE DATE PAGE DATE PAGE DATE PAGE DATE

3.3.2 UZ39 -1 25 JUN 15 3.4.1 KZ132 -1 15 SEP 16 4.1-4 02 MAR 2017 5.1.5-5 13 OCT 16

3.3.2 UZ40 -1 15 SEP 16 3.4.1 KZ133 -1 15 SEP 16 4.1-5 02 MAR 2017 5.1.5-6 13 OCT 16

3.3.2 UZ40 -2 15 SEP 16 3.4.1 KZ134 -1 15 SEP 16 4.1-6 02 MAR 2017 5.1.5-7 02 FEB 17

3.3.2 UZ40 -3 21 JUL 16 3.4.1 KZ136 -1 15 SEP 16 4.1-7 02 MAR 2017 5.1.5-8 02 FEB 17

3.3.2 UZ40 -4 21 JUL 16 3.4.1 KZ138 -1 13 OCT 16 4.1-8 02 MAR 2017 5.1.5-9 02 FEB 17

3.3.2 UZ41 -1 02 FEB 17 3.4.1 KZ139 -1 13 OCT 16 4.2-1 25 JUN 15 5.1.5-10 02 FEB 17

3.3.2 UZ41 -2 02 FEB 17 3.4.1 KZ140 -1 25 JUN 15 4.3-1 25 JUN 15 5.1.6-1 23 JUL 15

3.3.2 UZ41 -3 02 FEB 17 3.4.1 KZ141 -1 25 JUN 15 4.4-1 02 FEB 17 5.1.6-2 23 JUL 15

3.3.2 UZ42 -1 05 JAN 17 3.4.1 KZ142 -1 25 JUN 15 4.4-2 02 FEB 17 5.1.6-3 25 JUN 15

3.3.2 UZ42 -2 05 JAN 17 3.4.1 KZ143 -1 23 JUL 15 4.4-3 02 FEB 17 5.1.6-4 25 JUN 15

3.3.2 UZ42 -3 13 OCT 16 3.4.1 KZ144 -1 23 JUL 15 4.4-4 02 FEB 17 5.1.7-1 15 SEP 16

3.3.2 UZ42 -4 13 OCT 16 3.4.1 KZ145 -1 23 JUL 15 4.4-5 02 FEB 17 5.1.7-2 15 SEP 16

3.3.2 UZ43 -1 15 SEP 16 3.4.1 KZ146 -1 23 JUL 15 4.4-6 02 FEB 17 5.1.7-3 23 JUL 15

3.3.2 UZ43 -2 15 SEP 16 3.4.1 KZ147 -1 23 JUL 15 4.4-7 02 FEB 17 5.1.7-4 23 JUL 15

3.3.2 UZ44 -1 02 FEB 17 3.4.1 KZ148 -1 23 JUL 15 4.4-8 02 FEB 17 5.2-1 25 JUN 15

3.3.2 UZ44 -2 02 FEB 17 3.4.1 KZ149 -1 23 JUL 15 4.4-9 02 FEB 17 5.3-1 25 JUN 15

3.3.2 UZ44 -3 25 JUN 15 3.4.1 KZ150 -1 25 JUN 15 4.4-10 02 FEB 17 5.4-1 25 JUN 15

3.3.2 UZ45 -1 02 FEB 17 3.4.1 KZ151 -1 25 JUN 15 4.4-11 02 FEB 17 5.5-1 25 JUN 15

3.3.2 UZ46 -1 13 OCT 16 3.4.1 KZ152 -1 12 NOV 15 4.4-12 02 FEB 17 5.6-1 25 JUN 15

3.3.2 UZ46 -2 13 OCT 16 3.4.1 KZ153 -1 12 NOV 15 4.4-13 02 FEB 17 ENR 6

3.3.2 UZ47 -1 13 OCT 16 3.4.1 KZ500 -1 15 SEP 16 4.4-14 02 FEB 17 6.1-1 25 JUN 15

3.3.2 UZ48 -1 13 OCT 16 3.4.1 KZ600 -1 15 SEP 16 4.4-15 02 FEB 17 6.1-L1 13 OCT 2016

3.3.2 UZ49 -1 13 OCT 16 3.4.1 UZ4 -1 15 SEP 16 4.4-16 02 FEB 17 6.1-L2 13 OCT 2016

3.3.2 UZ50 -1 13 OCT 16 3.4.1 UZ4 -2 15 SEP 16 4.4-17 02 FEB 17 6.1-L3 13 OCT 2016

3.3.2 UZ51 -1 13 OCT 16 3.4.1 UZ4 -3 15 SEP 16 4.4-18 02 FEB 17 6.1-L4 13 OCT 2016

3.3.2 UZ51 -2 13 OCT 16 3.5-1 10 NOV 16 4.4-19 02 FEB 17 6.1-L5 13 OCT 2016

3.3.2 UZ54 -1 13 OCT 16 3.5-2 10 NOV 16 4.5-1 02 MAR 2017 6.1-L6 13 OCT 2016

3.3.2 UZ55 -1 13 OCT 16 3.5-3 25 JUN 15 4.5-2 02 MAR 2017 6.1-L7 13 OCT 2016

3.3.2 UZ56 -1 13 OCT 16 3.5-4 25 JUN 15 4.5-3 02 MAR 2017 6.1-L8 13 OCT 2016

3.3.2 UZ57 -1 21 JUL 16 3.5-5 10 NOV 16 4.5-4 02 MAR 2017 6.1-L9 13 OCT 2016

3.3.2 UZ58 -1 13 OCT 16 3.5-6 10 NOV 16 4.5-5 02 MAR 2017 6.1-H1 13 OCT 2016

3.3.2 UZ59 -1 10 NOV 16 3.5-7 10 NOV 16 4.5-6 02 MAR 2017 6.1-H2 13 OCT 2016

3.3.2 UZ59 -2 10 NOV 16 3.5-8 10 NOV 16 5.1-1 25 JUN 15 6.1-H3 13 OCT 2016

3.3.2 UZ61 -1 13 OCT 16 3.5-9 15 SEP 16 5.1.1-1 21 JUL 16 6.1-H4 13 OCT 2016

3.3.2 UZ61 -2 13 OCT 16 3.5-10 15 SEP 16 5.1.2-1 13 OCT 16 6.1-H5 13 OCT 2016

3.3.2 UZ62 -1 13 OCT 16 3.5-11 05 JAN 17 5.1.2-2 13 OCT 16 6.1-H6 13 OCT 2016

3.3.2 UZ63 -1 21 JUL 16 3.5-12 05 JAN 17 5.1.2-3 21 JUL 16 6.1-H7 13 OCT 2016

3.3.2 UZ64 -1 13 OCT 16 3.5-13 02 MAR 2017 5.1.2-4 21 JUL 16 6.1-H8 13 OCT 2016

3.3.2 UZ65 -1 02 MAR 2017 3.5-14 02 MAR 2017 5.1.2-5 15 SEP 16 6.1-H9 13 OCT 2016

3.3.2 UZ65 -2 02 MAR 2017 3.5-15 02 MAR 2017 5.1.2-6 15 SEP 16 AD

3.3.2 UZ73 -1 02 MAR 2017 3.5-16 02 MAR 2017 5.1.2-7 21 JUL 16 0.3-1 05 JAN 17

3.3.2 UZ73 -2 02 MAR 2017 3.5-17 02 MAR 2017 5.1.2-8 21 JUL 16 0.6-1 05 JAN 17

3.3.2 UZ74 -1 13 OCT 16 3.5-18 02 MAR 2017 5.1.3-1 05 JAN 17 1.1-1 25 JUN 15

3.3.2 UZ74 -2 13 OCT 16 3.5-19 02 MAR 2017 5.1.3-2 05 JAN 17 1.2-1 25 JUN 15

3.3.2 UZ81 -1 02 MAR 2017 3.5-20 02 MAR 2017 5.1.3-3 02 FEB 17 1.2-2 25 JUN 15

3.3.2 UZ81 -2 02 MAR 2017 3.5-21 02 MAR 2017 5.1.3-4 02 FEB 17 1.2-3 25 JUN 15

3.3.2 UZ81 -3 05 JAN 17 3.5-22 02 MAR 2017 5.1.3-5 02 FEB 17 1.2-4 25 JUN 15

3.4-1 25 JUN 15 3.5-23 02 MAR 2017 5.1.3-6 02 FEB 17 1.3-1 02 MAR 2017

3.4.1 KW400 -1 23 JUL 15 3.5-24 02 MAR 2017 5.1.3-7 02 FEB 17 1.3-2 02 MAR 2017

3.4.1 KZ119 -1 15 SEP 16 3.5-25 02 MAR 2017 5.1.3-8 02 FEB 17 1.4-1 25 JUN 15

3.4.1 KZ120 -1 15 SEP 16 3.5-26 02 MAR 2017 5.1.3-9 21 JUL 16 1.5-1 25 JUN 15

3.4.1 KZ121 -1 15 SEP 16 3.5-27 02 MAR 2017 5.1.4-1 05 JAN 17 1.5-2 25 JUN 15

3.4.1 KZ122 -1 15 SEP 16 3.5-28 02 MAR 2017 5.1.4-2 05 JAN 17 2 SBAR 1-1 10 NOV 16

3.4.1 KZ123 -1 15 SEP 16 3.5-29 02 MAR 2017 5.1.4-3 13 OCT 16 2 SBAR 1-2 10 NOV 16

3.4.1 KZ124 -1 15 SEP 16 3.5-30 02 MAR 2017 5.1.4-4 13 OCT 16 2 SBAR 1-3 17 SEP 15

3.4.1 KZ125 -1 13 OCT 16 3.5-31 02 MAR 2017 5.1.4-5 05 JAN 17 2 SBAR 1-4 17 SEP 15

3.4.1 KZ126 -1 15 SEP 16 3.5-32 02 MAR 2017 5.1.4-6 05 JAN 17 2 SBAR 1-5 02 MAR 2017

3.4.1 KZ127 -1 15 SEP 16 3.5-33 02 MAR 2017 5.1.4-7 02 MAR 2017 2 SBAR 1-6 02 MAR 2017

3.4.1 KZ128 -1 15 SEP 16 3.6-1 25 JUN 15 5.1.5-1 21 JUL 16 2 SBAR 1-7 02 MAR 2017

3.4.1 KZ129 -1 15 SEP 16 4.1-1 02 MAR 2017 5.1.5-2 21 JUL 16 2 SBAR 1-8 02 MAR 2017

3.4.1 KZ130 -1 15 SEP 16 4.1-2 02 MAR 2017 5.1.5-3 13 OCT 16 2 SBAR 1-9 02 MAR 2017

3.4.1 KZ131 -1 15 SEP 16 4.1-3 02 MAR 2017 5.1.5-4 13 OCT 16 2 SBAR 1-A 14 FEB 08

AMDT AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 0.4-5
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

PAGE DATE PAGE DATE PAGE DATE PAGE DATE

2 SBBE 1-1 10 NOV 16 2 SBCB 1-7 02 MAR 2017 2 SBCZ 1-4 17 SEP 15 2 SBGR 1-2 02 MAR 2017

2 SBBE 1-2 10 NOV 16 2 SBCF 1-1 10 NOV 16 2 SBCZ 1-5 05 JAN 17 2 SBGR 1-3 02 MAR 2017

2 SBBE 1-3 15 SEP 16 2 SBCF 1-2 10 NOV 16 2 SBCZ 1-6 05 JAN 17 2 SBGR 1-4 02 MAR 2017

2 SBBE 1-4 15 SEP 16 2 SBCF 1-3 15 SEP 16 2 SBCZ 1-7 02 MAR 2017 2 SBGR 1-5 02 MAR 2017

2 SBBE 1-5 05 JAN 17 2 SBCF 1-4 15 SEP 16 2 SBCZ 1-A 14 FEB 08 2 SBGR 1-6 02 MAR 2017

2 SBBE 1-6 05 JAN 17 2 SBCF 1-5 21 JUL 16 2 SBEG 1-1 02 MAR 2017 2 SBGR 1-7 02 MAR 2017

2 SBBE 1-7 02 MAR 2017 2 SBCF 1-6 21 JUL 16 2 SBEG 1-2 02 MAR 2017 2 SBGR 1-8 02 MAR 2017

2 SBBE 1-8 02 MAR 2017 2 SBCF 1-7 05 JAN 17 2 SBEG 1-3 02 MAR 2017 2 SBGR 1-9 02 MAR 2017

2 SBBE 1-A 14 FEB 08 2 SBCF 1-8 05 JAN 17 2 SBEG 1-4 02 MAR 2017 2 SBGR 1-10 02 MAR 2017

2 SBBE 1-B 14 FEB 08 2 SBCF 1-9 02 MAR 2017 2 SBEG 1-5 02 MAR 2017 2 SBGR 1-11 02 MAR 2017

2 SBBG 1-1 10 NOV 16 2 SBCF 1-10 02 MAR 2017 2 SBEG 1-6 02 MAR 2017 2 SBGR 1-12 02 MAR 2017

2 SBBG 1-2 10 NOV 16 2 SBCF 1-A 14 FEB 08 2 SBEG 1-7 02 MAR 2017 2 SBGR 1-13 02 MAR 2017

2 SBBG 1-3 15 SEP 16 2 SBCG 1-1 02 MAR 2017 2 SBEG 1-8 02 MAR 2017 2 SBGR 1-A 02 MAY 13

2 SBBG 1-4 15 SEP 16 2 SBCG 1-2 02 MAR 2017 2 SBEG 1-9 02 MAR 2017 2 SBGR 1-B 21 OCT 10
AIRAC
2 SBBG 1-5 02 FEB 17 2 SBCG 1-3 10 NOV 16 2 SBEG 1-A 14 FEB 08
2 SBGR 1-C 04 JUN 09
2 SBBG 1-6 02 FEB 17 2 SBCG 1-4 10 NOV 16 2 SBFI 1-1 10 NOV 16
2 SBGR 1-D 07 APR 11
2 SBBG 1-7 02 MAR 2017 2 SBCG 1-5 02 FEB 17 2 SBFI 1-2 10 NOV 16 AIRAC
2 SBBG 1-8 02 MAR 2017 2 SBCG 1-6 02 FEB 17 2 SBFI 1-3 10 NOV 16 2 SBGR 1-E 14 FEB 08
2 SBBH 1-1 02 MAR 2017 2 SBCG 1-7 05 JAN 17 2 SBFI 1-4 10 NOV 16 2 SBGR 1-F 14 FEB 08
2 SBBH 1-2 02 MAR 2017 2 SBCG 1-8 05 JAN 17 2 SBFI 1-5 02 MAR 2017 2 SBGR 1-G 14 FEB 08
2 SBBH 1-3 15 SEP 16 2 SBCG 1-9 02 MAR 2017 2 SBFI 1-6 02 MAR 2017 2 SBJP 1-1 10 NOV 16
2 SBBH 1-4 15 SEP 16 2 SBCG 1-A 14 FEB 08 2 SBFI 1-7 02 MAR 2017 2 SBJP 1-2 10 NOV 16
2 SBBH 1-5 10 NOV 16 2 SBCP 1-1 10 NOV 16 2 SBFI 1-8 02 MAR 2017 2 SBJP 1-3 26 MAY 16
2 SBBH 1-6 10 NOV 16 2 SBCP 1-2 10 NOV 16 2 SBFI 1-9 02 MAR 2017 2 SBJP 1-4 26 MAY 16
2 SBBH 1-7 02 MAR 2017 2 SBCP 1-3 15 SEP 16 2 SBFI 1-10 02 MAR 2017 2 SBJP 1-5 02 MAR 2017
2 SBBH 1-8 02 MAR 2017 2 SBCP 1-4 15 SEP 16 2 SBFI 1-A 15 JAN 09 2 SBJP 1-6 02 MAR 2017
2 SBBH 1-9 02 MAR 2017 2 SBCP 1-5 05 JAN 17 2 SBFL 1-1 10 NOV 16 2 SBJP 1-7 02 MAR 2017
2 SBBH 1-A 16 DEC 10 2 SBCP 1-6 05 JAN 17 2 SBFL 1-2 10 NOV 16 2 SBJP 1-8 02 MAR 2017
AIRAC
2 SBCP 1-7 02 MAR 2017 2 SBFL 1-3 15 SEP 16 2 SBJP 1-9 02 MAR 2017
2 SBBR 1-1 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCR 1-1 02 MAR 2017 2 SBFL 1-4 15 SEP 16 2 SBJP 1-A 21 JUL 2016
2 SBBR 1-2 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCR 1-2 02 MAR 2017 2 SBFL 1-5 10 NOV 16 2 SBKP 1-1 10 NOV 16
2 SBBR 1-3 05 JAN 17
2 SBCR 1-3 02 MAR 2017 2 SBFL 1-6 10 NOV 16 2 SBKP 1-2 10 NOV 16
2 SBBR 1-4 05 JAN 17
2 SBCR 1-4 02 MAR 2017 2 SBFL 1-7 05 JAN 17 2 SBKP 1-3 26 MAY 16
2 SBBR 1-5 05 JAN 17
2 SBCR 1-5 13 OCT 16 2 SBFL 1-8 05 JAN 17 2 SBKP 1-4 26 MAY 16
2 SBBR 1-6 05 JAN 17
2 SBCR 1-6 13 OCT 16 2 SBFL 1-9 15 SEP 16 2 SBKP 1-5 02 MAR 2017
2 SBBR 1-7 02 FEB 17
2 SBCR 1-7 02 MAR 2017 2 SBFL 1-10 15 SEP 16 2 SBKP 1-6 02 MAR 2017
2 SBBR 1-8 02 FEB 17
2 SBCR 1-A 14 FEB 08 2 SBFL 1-11 02 MAR 2017 2 SBKP 1-7 02 MAR 2017
2 SBBR 1-9 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCT 1-1 10 NOV 16 2 SBFL 1-A 20 DEC 07 2 SBKP 1-8 02 MAR 2017
2 SBBR 1-10 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCT 1-2 10 NOV 16 2 SBFL 1-B 20 DEC 07 2 SBKP 1-9 02 MAR 2017
2 SBBR 1-11 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCT 1-3 10 NOV 16 2 SBFZ 1-1 02 MAR 2017 2 SBKP 1-10 02 MAR 2017
2 SBBR 1-12 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCT 1-4 10 NOV 16 2 SBFZ 1-2 02 MAR 2017 2 SBKP 1-A 26 AUG 10
2 SBBR 1-13 02 MAR 2017 AIRAC
2 SBCT 1-5 10 NOV 16 2 SBFZ 1-3 15 SEP 16
2 SBBR 1-A 22 OCT 2009 2 SBMO 1-1 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCT 1-6 10 NOV 16 2 SBFZ 1-4 15 SEP 16
2 SBBR 1-B 22 OCT 2009 2 SBMO 1-2 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCT 1-7 02 MAR 2017 2 SBFZ 1-5 02 MAR 2017
2 SBBR 1-C 22 OCT 2009 2 SBMO 1-3 25 JUN 15
2 SBCT 1-8 02 MAR 2017 2 SBFZ 1-6 02 MAR 2017
2 SBBR 1-D 22 OCT 2009 2 SBMO 1-4 25 JUN 15
2 SBCT 1-9 02 MAR 2017 2 SBFZ 1-7 02 MAR 2017
2 SBBV 1-1 25 JUN 15 2 SBMO 1-5 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCT 1-10 02 MAR 2017 2 SBFZ 1-8 02 MAR 2017
2 SBBV 1-2 25 JUN 15 2 SBMO 1-6 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCT 1-A 14 FEB 08 2 SBFZ 1-9 02 MAR 2017
2 SBBV 1-3 25 JUN 15 2 SBMO 1-7 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCT 1-B 14 FEB 08 2 SBFZ 1-A 14 FEB 08
2 SBBV 1-4 25 JUN 15 2 SBMO 1-8 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCY 1-1 05 JAN 17 2 SBGL 1-1 05 JAN 17
2 SBBV 1-5 02 MAR 2017 2 SBMO 1-9 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCY 1-2 05 JAN 17 2 SBGL 1-2 05 JAN 17
2 SBBV 1-6 02 MAR 2017 2 SBMQ 1-1 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCY 1-3 15 SEP 16 2 SBGL 1-3 05 JAN 17
2 SBBV 1-7 25 JUN 15 2 SBMQ 1-2 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCY 1-4 15 SEP 16 2 SBGL 1-4 05 JAN 17
2 SBBV 1-8 25 JUN 15 2 SBMQ 1-3 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCY 1-5 02 MAR 2017 2 SBGL 1-5 02 MAR 2017
2 SBBV 1-9 02 MAR 2017 2 SBMQ 1-4 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCY 1-6 02 MAR 2017 2 SBGL 1-6 02 MAR 2017
2 SBBV 1-A 14 FEB 08 2 SBMQ 1-5 21 JUL 16
2 SBCY 1-7 02 MAR 2017 2 SBGL 1-7 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCB 1-1 02 MAR 2017 2 SBMQ 1-6 21 JUL 16
2 SBCY 1-8 02 MAR 2017 2 SBGL 1-8 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCB 1-2 02 MAR 2017 2 SBMQ 1-7 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCY 1-9 02 MAR 2017 2 SBGL 1-A 15 NOV 12
2 SBCB 1-3 02 MAR 2017 2 SBMQ 1-8 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCY 1-A 14 FEB 08 2 SBGL 1-B 14 FEB 08
2 SBCB 1-4 02 MAR 2017 2 SBMQ 1-A 30 APR 2015
2 SBCZ 1-1 02 MAR 2017 2 SBGL 1-C 15 NOV 12
2 SBCB 1-5 02 MAR 2017 2 SBNF 1-1 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCZ 1-2 02 MAR 2017 2 SBGL 1-D 14 FEB 08
2 SBCB 1-6 02 MAR 2017 2 SBNF 1-2 02 MAR 2017
2 SBCZ 1-3 17 SEP 15 2 SBGR 1-1 02 MAR 2017

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIP 02/17


GEN 0.4-6 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

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2 SBNF 1-3 02 MAR 2017 2 SBPV 1-7 02 MAR 2017 2 SBSL 1-2 10 NOV 16 2 SBVT 1-3 25 JUN 15

2 SBNF 1-4 02 MAR 2017 2 SBPV 1-8 02 MAR 2017 2 SBSL 1-3 26 MAY 16 2 SBVT 1-4 25 JUN 15

2 SBNF 1-5 05 JAN 17 2 SBPV 1-A 14 FEB 08 2 SBSL 1-4 26 MAY 16 2 SBVT 1-5 02 MAR 2017

2 SBNF 1-6 05 JAN 17 2 SBRB 1-1 10 NOV 16 2 SBSL 1-5 02 MAR 2017 2 SBVT 1-6 02 MAR 2017

2 SBNF 1-7 02 MAR 2017 2 SBRB 1-2 10 NOV 16 2 SBSL 1-6 02 MAR 2017 2 SBVT 1-7 02 MAR 2017

2 SBNF 1-8 02 MAR 2017 2 SBRB 1-3 25 JUN 15 2 SBSL 1-7 02 MAR 2017 2 SBVT 1-8 02 MAR 2017

2 SBNF 1-9 02 MAR 2017 2 SBRB 1-4 25 JUN 15 2 SBSL 1-8 02 MAR 2017 2 SBVT 1-9 02 MAR 2017

2 SBNF 1-A 14 FEB 08 2 SBRB 1-5 02 MAR 2017 2 SBSL 1-A 18 NOV 10 2 SBVT 1-A 22 OCT 09
AIRAC
2 SBNT 1-A 26 AUG 10 2 SBRB 1-6 02 MAR 2017 3.1-1 25 JUN 15
AIRAC 2 SBSL 1-B 12 NOV 2015
2 SBRB 1-7 21 JUL 16 CAPA 29 MAY 2014
2 SBNT 1-B 26 AUG 10 2 SBSN 1-1 10 NOV 16
AIRAC 2 SBRB 1-8 21 JUL 16
2 SBSN 1-2 10 NOV 16
2 SBNT 1-C 14 FEB 08 2 SBRB 1-9 02 MAR 2017
2 SBSN 1-3 15 SEP 16
2 SBPA 1-1 10 NOV 16 2 SBRF 1-1 02 MAR 2017
2 SBSN 1-4 15 SEP 16
2 SBPA 1-2 10 NOV 16 2 SBRF 1-2 02 MAR 2017
2 SBSN 1-5 17 SEP 15
2 SBPA 1-3 26 MAY 16 2 SBRF 1-3 05 JAN 17
2 SBSN 1-6 17 SEP 15
2 SBPA 1-4 26 MAY 16 2 SBRF 1-4 05 JAN 17
2 SBSN 1-7 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPA 1-5 10 NOV 16 2 SBRF 1-5 15 SEP 16
2 SBSN 1-8 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPA 1-6 10 NOV 16 2 SBRF 1-6 15 SEP 16
2 SBSN 1-A 30 JUL 09
2 SBPA 1-7 02 MAR 2017 2 SBRF 1-7 02 MAR 2017
2 SBSP 1-1 10 NOV 16
2 SBPA 1-8 02 MAR 2017 2 SBRF 1-8 02 MAR 2017
2 SBSP 1-2 10 NOV 16
2 SBPA 1-9 02 MAR 2017 2 SBRF 1-9 02 MAR 2017
2 SBSP 1-3 15 SEP 16
2 SBPA 1-10 02 MAR 2017 2 SBRF 1-10 02 MAR 2017
2 SBSP 1-4 15 SEP 16
2 SBPA 1-A 14 FEB 08 2 SBRF 1-11 02 MAR 2017
2 SBSP 1-5 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPJ 1-1 02 MAR 2017 2 SBRF 1-A 14 FEB 08
2 SBSP 1-6 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPJ 1-2 02 MAR 2017 2 SBRJ 1-1 10 NOV 16
2 SBSP 1-7 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPJ 1-3 02 MAR 2017 2 SBRJ 1-2 10 NOV 16
2 SBSP 1-8 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPJ 1-4 02 MAR 2017 2 SBRJ 1-3 25 JUN 15
2 SBSP 1-A 22 OCT 09
2 SBPJ 1-5 02 MAR 2017 2 SBRJ 1-4 25 JUN 15
2 SBSV 1-1 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPJ 1-6 02 MAR 2017 2 SBRJ 1-5 05 JAN 17
2 SBSV 1-2 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPJ 1-7 02 MAR 2017 2 SBRJ 1-6 05 JAN 17
2 SBSV 1-3 25 JUN 15
2 SBPJ 1-8 02 MAR 2017 2 SBRJ 1-7 21 JUL 16
2 SBSV 1-4 25 JUN 15
2 SBPJ 1-A 20 DEC 07 2 SBRJ 1-8 21 JUL 16
2 SBSV 1-5 15 SEP 16
2 SBPK 1-1 10 NOV 16 2 SBRJ 1-9 02 MAR 2017
2 SBSV 1-6 15 SEP 16
2 SBPK 1-2 10 NOV 16 2 SBRJ 1-A 26 JUL 12
2 SBSV 1-7 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPK 1-3 25 JUN 15 2 SBRP 1-1 10 NOV 16
2 SBSV 1-8 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPK 1-4 25 JUN 15 2 SBRP 1-2 10 NOV 16
2 SBSV 1-9 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPK 1-5 10 NOV 16 2 SBRP 1-3 15 SEP 16
2 SBSV 1-10 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPK 1-6 10 NOV 16 2 SBRP 1-4 15 SEP 16
2 SBSV 1-11 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPK 1-7 02 MAR 2017 2 SBRP 1-5 02 MAR 2017
2 SBSV 1-12 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPK 1-A 14 FEB 08 2 SBRP 1-6 02 MAR 2017
2 SBSV 1-A 28 JUN 12
2 SBPP 1-1 05 JAN 17 2 SBRP 1-7 02 MAR 2017 AIRAC

2 SBPP 1-2 05 JAN 17 2 SBRP 1-8 02 MAR 2017 2 SBSV 1-B 28 JUN 12
AIRAC
2 SBPP 1-3 03 MAR 16 2 SBSG 1-1 02 MAR 2017
2 SBTT 1-1 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPP 1-4 03 MAR 16 2 SBSG 1-2 02 MAR 2017
2 SBTT 1-2 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPP 1-5 25 JUN 15 2 SBSG 1-3 17 SEP 15
2 SBTT 1-3 15 SEP 16
2 SBPP 1-6 25 JUN 15 2 SBSG 1-4 17 SEP 15
2 SBTT 1-4 15 SEP 16
2 SBPP 1-7 02 MAR 2017 2 SBSG 1-5 02 MAR 2017
2 SBTT 1-5 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPP 1-A 14 FEB 08 2 SBSG 1-6 02 MAR 2017
2 SBTT 1-6 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPS 1-1 10 NOV 16 2 SBSG 1-7 02 MAR 2017
2 SBTT 1-7 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPS 1-2 10 NOV 16 2 SBSG 1-8 02 MAR 2017
2 SBTT 1-8 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPS 1-3 15 SEP 16 2 SBSG 1-9 02 MAR 2017
2 SBTT 1-A 19 NOV 09
2 SBPS 1-4 15 SEP 16 2 SBSG 1-10 02 MAR 2017
2 SBUG 1-1 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPS 1-5 02 MAR 2017 2 SBSJ 1-1 10 NOV 16
2 SBUG 1-2 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPS 1-6 02 MAR 2017 2 SBSJ 1-2 10 NOV 16
2 SBUG 1-3 10 NOV 16
2 SBPS 1-7 02 MAR 2017 2 SBSJ 1-3 03 MAR 16
2 SBUG 1-4 10 NOV 16
2 SBPV 1-1 10 NOV 16 2 SBSJ 1-4 03 MAR 16
2 SBUG 1-5 25 JUN 15
2 SBPV 1-2 10 NOV 16 2 SBSJ 1-5 02 MAR 2017
2 SBUG 1-6 25 JUN 15
2 SBPV 1-3 25 JUN 15 2 SBSJ 1-6 02 MAR 2017
2 SBUG 1-7 02 MAR 2017
2 SBPV 1-4 25 JUN 15 2 SBSJ 1-7 02 MAR 2017
2 SBUG 1-A 22 OCT 09
2 SBPV 1-5 17 SEP 15 2 SBSJ 1-8 02 MAR 2017
2 SBVT 1-1 10 NOV 16
2 SBPV 1-6 17 SEP 15 2 SBSJ 1-A 14 FEB 08
2 SBVT 1-2 10 NOV 16
2 SBSL 1-1 10 NOV 16

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GEN 1.7 DIFFERENCES FROM ICAO STANDARDS, RECOMMENDED PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES

1. ANNEX 1 PERSONNEL LICENSING – 11TH EDITION

1.2.9.3 - Brazil has not requirements for language proficiency for flight engineers, and glider and free balloon
pilots.

2.5 - Brazil has not established requirements for multi-crew licenses.

2. ANNEX 2 RULES OF THE AIR (10TH EDITION)

CHAPTER 1 - DEFINITIONS

This term “Air Traffic Services Reporting Office” is not used, instead:

- at controlled aerodromes, the expression “Aerodrome Aeronautical Information Office” is used for the
purpose of providing previous information service to the flights, and also receiving reports concerning
air traffic services and flight plans submitted before departure.

- at non-controlled aerodromes, the expression “Aerodrome Flight Information Service Unit (AFIS)” is
used to designate a unit established at aerodrome for the purpose of providing flight information
services, and also receiving reports concerning air traffic services and flight plans submitted before
departure.

Air Traffic Services Unit is a generic term meaning variously, air traffic control unit or flight information service
unit.

Flight Information Centre - Not applicable


Note: Flight Information Service is provided by an Area Control Centre

Special VFR Flight is a VFR flight cleared by air traffic control to operate within a Terminal Control Area or
a Control Zone in meteorological conditions below VMC.
CHAPTER 2. - AIR RULES

Nil.

CHAPTER 3. - GENERAL RULES

3.3.1.2 - Compulsory adherence to a flight plan:

a) prior to departure from an aerodrome provided with an ATS unit;

b) prior to departure from an AD without ATS unit, in accordance with procedures stated by specific
publication

c) excepting in b) above, soon after departure from an aerodrme with an ATS unit, if the aircraft has an
equipment able to establish communication with the ATS unit; or

d) whenever it is intended to fly across to international borders.

3.3.1.3 - before departure, a flight plan shall be submitted before departure to an aerodrome aeronautical
information office.

3.3.1.4 - A flight Plan shall be submitted, at least, 45 (forty five) minutes before the EOBT.

3.3.5.3 and 3.3.5.4 - The closing of a flight plan to an aerodrome not provided with an ATS unit will occur
automatically at being completed the estimated elapsed time (EET).

3.6.5.2.2 An aircraft with communication failure, under IFR meteorological conditions or when the pilot of an IFR
flight considers it inadvisable to complete the flight in accordance with 3.6.5.2.1 a) shall;

a) maintain speed an level, in accordance with the Current Flight Plan, up to the clearance limit and, if that
is not the expected destination aerodrome, continue the flight in accordance with the Filled Flight Plan
taking into consideration the applicable minimum flight altitude;

b) proceed according to a) above up to the appropriate designated navigation aid or fix serving the
destination aerodrome and, when required to ensure compliance with d) hold over this aid or fix until
commencement of descent;

c) when being radar vectored or having been directed by ATC to proceed offset (perform lateral deviation)
using RNAV without a specified limit, rejoin the current flight plan route no later than the next significant
point, also taking into consideration the applicable minimum flight altitude;

d) commence the descent from the navigation aid or fix specified in b)

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- at or as close as possible to the last estimated approach time received and acknowledged of that
time; or
- if no expected approach time has been received and acknowledged; at or as close as possible to the
estimated time of arrival resulting from the current flight plan or filed flight plan in the event that the
clearence limit has not been destination aerodrome, in accordance with a) and b) above;

e) complete the instrument approach procedure as specified for the designated navigation aid or fix; and

f) land, if possible, within the subsequent 30 (thirty) minutes to the estimated time of arrival, specified in
d) ,or the last estimated approach time, whichever is after.

CHAPTER 4

Nil

CHAPTER 5.

5.1.2 - It is the pilot-in-command’s responsibility to calculate the minimum level for IFR flight off airway observing
the following criteria

a) the altitude is calculated from the highest point inside of a strip of 30km (16NM) for each side of the
route axis;

b) the route biggest QNE correction is added; and


c) it is added 300m (1000ft) or 600m (2000 feet) over mountainous areas and, if the found value does not
correspond to a flight level, it is rounded to the IFR flight level immediately above.

APPENDIX 1. SIGNALS

4.2.7 - Aerodrome AIS units

The letter C displayed vertically in black against a yellow background (Figure 1.10) indicates the location of the
Aerodrome Aeronautical Information Office.
3. ANNEX 3 METEOROLOGICAL SERVICES FOR INTERNATIONAL AIR NAVIGATION – 18TH EDITION

Nil.

4. ANNEX 4 AERONAUTICAL CHARTS – 11TH EDITION

Chapter 4 - Brazil does not provide Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type B.
Chapter 5 - Brazil does not provide Aerodrome Terrain and Obstacle Chart - ICAO (Electronic).

Chapter 18 - Brazil does not provide Aeronautical Navigation Chart - ICAO Small Scale.

Chapter 19 - Brazil does not provide Plotting Chart - ICAO.


Chapter 20 - Brazil does not provide Electronic Aeronautical Chart Display - ICAO.

5. ANNEX 5 MEASUREMENT UNITS USED IN AIR AND GROUND OPERATIONS – 5TH EDITION

Nil.
6. ANNEX 6 OPERATION OF AIRCRAFT

Part I – 9th Edition – International Commercial Air Transport

4.2.7.1– Brazilian Administration has the prerogative to set up meteorological minima to be applied at any
aerodrome in Brazil.

4.2.8.1 - Brazilian Administration has the prerogative to set up aerodrome operational minima to be applied to
any aerodrome in the Brazilian territory.
Nevertheless the publication of aerodrome operational minima by the Brazilian State, the responsibility for the
establishment of those minima, for each aerodrome in particular, to be used in operations, is the aircraft
operator/explorer, and the specific regulation of the National Agency of Civil Aviation (ANAC) shall be
observed.

4.2.11.2 and 6.12 - Cosmic radiation measurement and control requirements have not been implemented yet.

4.3.6 – The requirements for fuel and oil are determined in a somewhat different way from that shown in Annex
6. The national legislation is more strict to ensure a higher level of safety.

6.5.1 - Brazil has no specifics requirements for emergency equipment to seaplanes.

6.15.6 - A ground proximity warning system has not yet been required for pistonengined aeroplanes of a
maximum certificated take-off mass in excess of 5700Kg or authorized to carry more than nine passengers.

7.1.3 - RCP requirements have not been implemented yet.

7.4 - Eletronic Navigation data management requirements have not established yet.

Part II – 6th Edition – International General Aviation - Flight Preparation and In - Flight Procedure.

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DOC. 4444 AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT (PANS-ATM) - EDITION Nº 15

4.4.2 Submission of a flight plan

4.4.2.1 Prior to Departure

4.4.2.1.2 Except when other arrangements have been made for submission of Repetitive Flight Plan, a Flight
Plan submitted prior to departure should be submitted to the Aeronautical Information Office at the departure
aerodrome. If no such unit exists at the departure aerodrome, the Flight Plan should be submitted to the ATS
UNIT at the departure aerodrome or, if prescribed by an Aeronautical Information Publication, to a specific unit
to the concerning aerodrome.

4.4.2.1.3 In the event of a delay of 45 minutes in excess of the EOBT for which a Flight Plan has been
submitted, this flight plan shall be amended or a new flight plan shall be submitted and the old flight plan
cancelled, whichever is applicable.

DOC. 8168/ AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS - VOL. II – Sixth Edition, Amendment 1, dated 15 March 2007. OPS/611
OPS/611

Part 1 – Final Approach Segment

Section 4 - Chapter 5

5.4.1.1, 5.4.1.2, 5.4.1.3 and 5.4.1.5 – The published MDA corresponds to the round value of the OCA to the
next higher 10 and does not consider the factors included in the Annex

6. The MDA or DA, when established by the DECEA charts, are considered for a particular approach as the
lowest MDA or DA that can be regarded by the operator or the explorator, not exempting him, however, of
finding higher values after applying the factors included in CACI Annex 6, aiming to determine the specific MDA
(Minimum Descent Altitude) or DA (Decision Altitude) for a particular aerodrome , considering such aspects as
aircraft performance, aerodrome characteristics and crew qualification.
Nevertheless the publication of aerodrome operating minima by the Brazilian State, the responsibility for the
establishment of those minima for each aerodrome in particular to be used in operations is the aircraft operator/
explorer and the specific regulation of the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC). The aerodrome operating
minima determined by aircraft operator/explorer must not be lower than those described in the aeronautical
information.

Part 1 – Circling Approach

Section 4 - Chapter 7

7.2.4 and Table I.4.7.3 – Values for ceiling and visibility are calculated according to the prescribed in the
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) ORDER-8260.3B.
Part II - 7th Edition - International General Aviation - Aeroplanes
2.4.12 - All aeroplanes shall be equipped with at least one automatic or portable ELT.

2.5.1.6 - RCP requirements are not implemented yet.

2.4.6.2 - Brazil has not established yet requirements for pressurized aeroplanes intended to be operated at
flight altitudes at which the atmospheric pressure is less than 376 hPa to be equipped with a device to provide
positiva warning to the flight crew of any dangerous loss of pressurizatio.

2.4.11.3 - A ground proximity warning system has not yet been required for piston engined aeroplanes of a
maximum certificated take-off mass in excess of 5700kg or authorized to carry more than nine passengers.

3.6.3.1.1.1 - Brazil has no requirement for the recording of data link communications in general aviation
operations.

Part III - 7th Edition - International Operations - Helicopters

Section II

2.2.8. - Brazil has not defined requirements for IFR operations heliports.

2.3.8.2 - Brazil has not established requirements for supplementary oxygen for pressurized helicopters.

2.6; 8.3 and 8.5 - Brazilian regulations do not require a Dispatcher for helicopter operations.

3.4.3 and 3.4.4 - Brazil has established requirements for IMC flight only for Class 1 helicopters.
4.2.2 - Brazil has no especific requirements for helicopter emergency equipments concerning general aviation
operations.

4.3 - FDR is required only for multiengine turbine helicopters with configuration for more than 10 passengers.
4.3.5.1; 4.3.5.2 and 4.3.6 - CVR is required only for multiengine turbine helicopters with configuration for more
than 6 passengers certified to operate with two pilots.

4.4.4 - A ground proximity warning system has not been yet required for helicopters.

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4.5.2.2.1 - Brazil has no requirement for life jackets during offshore operations, when operating beyond auto
rotational distance from land.

4.5.2.6; 4.5.2.7 and 4.5.2.8 - Brazil has not established requirements for life raft deployment in helicopter
operations.

4.7 - ELT has not been required for helicopters yet.

4.15 - Brazil has not set requirements for vibration health monitoring system of helicopters with maximum
certificated take-off mass 3175 Kg or passenger seating configuration of more than 9.

7.4.2.1 Recent experience requirements for pilots to assume as co-pilots in helicopters are not established.
Section III

2.9.2 - Brazil has not established requirements for supplementary oxygen for pressurized helicopters.

3.3 - Brazil has no requirements set for risk control associated with a power-unit failure for helicopters
operating to or from heliports in a congested hostile environment.

4.1.3.2 - Brazil has not set specific requirements for installing signal equipaments to be used in search and
rescue purposes for helicopters.

4.1.4.1 and 4.1.4.2 - Brazil has no requirements for marking of break-in points in helicopters, if applicable.
4.3.1 and 4.3.2 -Brazil has no specifics requirements for means of flotation and emergency equipment for
helicopters on flights over water.

4.4 - Brazil has no especifics requirements for signaling devices and life-saving equipment for helicopters on
flights over land areas in which search and rescue would be especially difficult.

4.7 - FDR is required only for multiengine turbine helicopters with configuration for more than 10 passengers.

4.7.1.5 - Brazil has not set requirements for all the communications to be recorded in general aviation
operations with helicopters.

4.7.5 - CVR is required only for multiengine turbine helicopters with configuration for more than 6 passengers
and certified to operate with two pilots.
4.8 - Brazil has not set requirements for ELT to be installed in helicopters in general aviation operations.

4.9 - Brazilian regulations do not require that all helicopters be equipped with pressure-altitude reporting
transponders
DOC. 8400 ICAO ABBREVIATIONS AND CODES (PANS-ABC) - 18th EDITION

ARO - Air Traffic Services Reporting Office.

The term “Air Traffic Services Reporting Office” is not used, instead

- at controlled aerodromes the expression “Aerodrome Aeronautical Information Office” is used for the purpose
of providing previous information service to the flights, and also receiving reports concerning air traffic services
and flight plans submitted before departure.

- at non-controlled aerodromes the expression “Aerodrome Flight information Service Unit” is used to designate
a unit established at aerodrome for the purpose of providing aerodrome information service to the flights, and
also receiving reports concerning air traffic services and flight plans submitted before departure.

FIC - Flight Information Center - Not applicable.


Note: Inside the FIR, Flight information Service is provided by an Area Control Centre.

7. ANNEX 7 AIRCRAFT NATIONALITY AND REGISTRATION MARKS – 6TH EDITION


Nil.

8. ANNEX 8 AIRWORTHINESS OF AIRCRAFT – 11TH EDITION

Nil.

9. ANNEX 9 FACILITATION – 13TH EDITION

STANDARDS

2.4 – The General Declaration is not required. However, the operator shall produce to the Federal Police and
Sanitary Inspection Units, at stopover and destination airports, a written document stating, not only the name of
the airline, flight, aircraft number or registration mark, but also the following data:

Arrival: Course and number of crew members and passengers to be disembarked and in transit;

Departure: Course and number of crew members and passengers to be embarked and in transit.

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2º – When any event of medical sanitary concern takes place on board of the aircraft, it is up to its commander
to inform the National Division of Harbour, Airport and Border Sanitary Surveillance of such fact, immediately
after the arrival, especially of the following details:

Cases of diseases observed during the flight or in passengers disembarked for this reason, in previous stops;

Conditions on board that favor the development or dissemination of diseases;

The desinfestation processes to which the aircraft has been submitted when proceeding from countries that
present areas affected by infectious diseases, object of international control, or infested by their vectors.

2.12 – For departure clearance, the operator shall deliver to the Federal Police and Sanitary Inspection Units at
the airports where he stops, a written document stating not only the name of the airline, but also the number of
the flight or registration of the aircraft, the route and number of crew members and passengers to be embarked
or in transit.

2.15 – When the aircraft arrives at the stopover or destination airports, the operator shall deliver to the Federal
Police and Sanitary Inspection Units a written document stating not only the name of the airline, but also the
number of the flight or registration of the aircraft, route and number of crew members and passengers to be
disembarked and in transit. When any event of medical sanitary concern takes place on board of the aircraft, it
is up to its commander to inform the Sanitary Unit of such facts, especially of the following data:

Cases of diseases observed during the flight or passengers disembarked for this reason, in previous stops;

Conditions on board that favor the development or dissemination of diseases;

The disinfestation processes to which the aircraft has been submitted when proceeding from countries that
present areas affected by infectious diseases, object of international control and/or infested by their vectors.
2.35 – The authority of the international airport, where the aircraft will land as first stop when entering Brazilian
territory, must be notified at least 24 hours before arrival (paragraph 1, art.2, Decree 46.124, dated 26 MAY 59).

3.8.2 – The validity for the use of any of the visas is 90 days, from the date of issue, and it may be extended
just once by consular authority, the fees owed being charged. An alien possessing a tourist visa who absents
himself from Brazil may return regardless of a new visa, if he does so within the term of validity of his stay in
Brazilian territory, as set on his visa (art.9, 12, 20 and 52, Law 6.815, dated 19AUG1980).
3.10 – Brazilian authorities shall require the filling out of the entry and exit card which replaces the model
contained in Appendix 3 of Annex 9 to the International Civil Aviation Convention, 8th. Edition.]

3.36 – Operators are subject to time if they carry to Brazil alien passengers that do not possess appropriate
documents (art.147, Law Decree 941, dated 13 OCT 1969).

RECOMMENDED PRACTICES

2.41 - For clearing small – sized aircraft and their load, more than one Government Agency is required (Decree
66.485, dated 24 April 1970).

3.5.1 – A Brazilian passport shall be granted to all Brazilians who intend to leave the national territory or return
to it. For Brazilian passport grant, the submission of the following documents shall be required: identity card or,
should it be missing, birth certificate or marriage license; voter’s card; payment proof of due fees (art.8 and 9,
Decree 84.541, dated 11 March 1980).

3.5.2 – A Brazilian passport is valid for 6 (six) years, undelayable (art.11 of Decree 84.541, dated 11 March
1980).

3.9 – Embarkation and disembarkation control shall be carried out by means of entry and exit cards, which
shall be filled out and delivered, original and copy, to the Federal Police by the passengers and crew members.

4.22 – Customs clearance of imported merchandise shall be processed based on, a declaratIon, independently
of the weight and value established. To all intents and purposes, the airwaybill will be considered equal to the
commercial invoice and the carrier shall provide the Federal Revenue authority of the place of unloading with
the airwaybill, within the 48 hours after the aircraft arrival, according to the model prescribed by the Bureau of
the Federal Revenue (art.44, Law-Decree 37, dated 18 NOV 66 and Decree 66.485, dated 24 April 1970)..

10. ANNEX 10 AERONAUTICAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS – 6TH EDITION

Volume II

Chapter 5.

5.2.1.7.1.2- During radiotelephony communication, in international traffic, Brazil adopts the terms CENTER to
specify the functions carried out by the Area Control Center (ACC) and Control to specify the functions carried
out by the Approach Control facility (APP).

11. ANNEX 11 AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES – 13TH EDITION

CHAPTER 1.
This term “Air Traffic Services Reporting Office” is not used, instead

- at controlled aerodromes, the expression “Aerodrome Aeronautical Information Office” is used for the
purpose of providing previous information service to the flights and also receiving reports concerning
air traffic services and flight plans submitted before departure.

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- at non-controlled aerodromes, the expression “Aerodrome Flight Information Service Unit” is used to
designate a unit established at aerodrome for the purpose of providing flight information services and
also receiving reports concerning air traffic services and flight plans submitted before departure.

Air Traffic Services Unit is a generic term meaning variously air traffic control unit or flight information
service unit.

Area Navigation is a method of navigation which permits aircraft operation on any desired flight path
within the coverage of navigations aids or within the limits of capability of self-contained aids, or a
combination of these.

Flight Information Centre - Not applicable


Note: Flight Information Service is provided by an Area Control Centre.

Special VFR Flight is a VFR flight cleared by the air traffic control to operate within a Terminal Control Zone or
a Control Zone below VMC (visual meteorological conditions).

CHAPTER 2

Nil.

CHAPTER 3

3.2 a) 2) By an approach control unit to which the attribution of providing such service has been delegated in a
certain airspace.

3.3.3 This recommendation is not implemented yet

3.7.3.1 c) So as to avoid unnecessary frequency load, information contained in ATIS broadcaasts have to be
readback only on controller request

3.7.4.2.1 Not applicable


There is no downstream air traffic control unit.

CHAPTER 4

4.3.2 HF operational flight information service (OFIS) broadcast - Not Applicable


4.3.3 VHF operational flight information service (OFIS) broadcast - Not Applicable

4.3.4.7 Voice-ATIS broadcasts are available in more than one language (English and Portuguese) at the same
channel.
12. ANNEX 12 Search and Rescue – 8th Edition

Nil.

13. ANNEX 13 AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT AND INCIDENT INVESTIGTION – 10TH EDITION


Nil.

14. ANNEX 14 AERODROMES – 6TH EDITION

Volume I
Chapter 1

1.2.2 – Brazilian requirements related to aerodrome design apply to aerodromes open to public use after the
approval date of the regulation RBAC (Civil Aviation Brazilian Rules) 154, which happened in May 11th, 2009
(www.anac.gov.br), and to aerodromes that shall be certified, according to RBAC 139. Other existing airport
facilities and physical characteristics shall be modified to comply with RBAC 154 requirements only when they
are replaced or improved to accommodate aircraft with other requirements.
1.4.1 – Brazilian requirements related to aerodrome certification, RBAC 139, apply to public aerodromes that
have processed (enplaned + deplaned) more than one milion passengers in the previous year.

CHAPTER 9
9.1 – Brazilian requirements do not set “public health emergencies” as example of emergencies to be
considered by aerodrome operators in the development of aerodrome emergency plans (AEP).

9.2.18 – According to Order 115/2009, Brazilian requirements establish that the extinguishing powder shall
comply with NBR (Brazilian Rules) 9695, which is an ABNT (Brazilian Association of Technical Standards -
www.abnt.org.br) standard on fire extinguishing powder.

15. ANNEX 15 AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION SERVICES – 14TH EDITION


Nil.

16. ANNEX 16 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION- 6TH EDITION (VOLUME I) AND 3RD EDITION

Nil.

17. ANNEX 17 SECURITY – SAFEGUARDING INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION AGAINST ACTS OF UNLAWFUL
INTERFERENCE – 9TH EDITION

Nil.

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18. ANNEX 18 THE SAFE TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS BY AIR – 4TH EDITION

Brazil does not establish inspection or operational surveillance over shippers. However, applies penalties such
as fines for non-compliance with Technical Instructions when this is identified during inspections of the air
operator or in the investigation of incidents or complaints related to the transport of dangerous goods.

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GEN 2.4 LOCATION INDICATORS

The location indicators mentioned below can be used in the address component of AFS messages.

1. Encoder 2. Decode

Location Indicator Indicator Location

TERESINA / TMA SBXE SBAA CONCEIÇÃO DO ARAGUAIA / Conceição do Araguaia,PA

ACADEMIA / TMA SBXQ SBAE BAURU / Bauru - Arealva,SP

ALMEIRIM / Monte Dourado,PA SBMD SBAF RIO DE JANEIRO / Campo Délio Jardim de Mattos,RJ

ALTA FLORESTA / Aeroporto Piloto Osvaldo Marques SBAT SBAN ANÁPOLIS / Base Aérea,GO
Dias,MT
SBAO ATLÂNTICO / FIR
ALTAMIRA / Altamira,PA SBHT
SBAQ ARARAQUARA / Araraquara,SP
AMAZÔNICA / FIR SBAZ
SBAR ARACAJU / Santa Maria,SE
AMAZÔNICA / TMA SBWA
SBAT ALTA FLORESTA / Aeroporto Piloto Osvaldo Marques
ANÁPOLIS / TMA SBXN
Dias,MT
ANÁPOLIS / Base Aérea,GO SBAN SBAU ARAÇATUBA / Araçatuba,SP

ARACAJU / TMA SBXA SBAX ARAXÁ / Araxá,MG

ARACAJU / Santa Maria,SE SBAR SBAZ AMAZÔNICA / FIR

ARAÇATUBA / Araçatuba,SP SBAU SBBE BELÉM / Val de Cans / Júlio Cezar Ribeiro,PA

ARARAQUARA / Araraquara,SP SBAQ SBBG BAGÉ / Comandante Gustavo Kraemer,RS

ARAXÁ / Araxá,MG SBAX SBBH BELO HORIZONTE / Pampulha - Carlos Drummond de


Andrade,MG
ARMAÇÃO DOS BÚZIOS / Umberto Modiano,RJ SBBZ
SBBI CURITIBA / Bacacheri,PR
ATLÂNTICO / FIR SBAO
SBBP BRAGANÇA PAULISTA / Aeroporto Estadual Arthur
Siqueira,SP
BAGÉ / Comandante Gustavo Kraemer,RS SBBG
SBBQ BARBACENA / Major Brigadeiro Doorgal Borges,MG
BARBACENA / Major Brigadeiro Doorgal Borges,MG SBBQ
SBBR BRASÍLIA / Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek,DF
BARRA DO GARÇAS / Barra do Garças,MT SBBW
SBBS BRASÍLIA / FIR
BAURU / TMA SBWU
SBBU BAURU / Bauru,SP
BAURU / Bauru - Arealva,SP SBAE
SBBV BOA VISTA / Atlas Brasil Cantanhede,RR
BAURU / Bauru,SP SBBU
SBBW BARRA DO GARÇAS / Barra do Garças,MT
BELÉM / TMA SBWB
SBBZ ARMAÇÃO DOS BÚZIOS / Umberto Modiano,RJ
BELÉM / Brigadeiro Protásio de Oliveira,PA SBJC
SBCA CASCAVEL / Coronel Adalberto Mendes da Silva,PR
BELÉM / Val de Cans / Júlio Cezar Ribeiro,PA SBBE
SBCB CABO FRIO / Cabo Frio,RJ
BELO HORIZONTE / TMA SBWH
SBCC GUARANTÃ DO NORTE / Campo de Provas Brigadeiro
BELO HORIZONTE / Carlos Prates,MG SBPR Veloso,PA
SBCD CAÇADOR / Caçador,SC
BELO HORIZONTE / Pampulha - Carlos Drummond de SBBH
Andrade,MG
SBCF BELO HORIZONTE / Tancredo Neves,MG
BELO HORIZONTE / Tancredo Neves,MG SBCF
SBCG CAMPO GRANDE / Campo Grande,MS
BOA VISTA / TMA SBWQ
SBCH CHAPECÓ / Chapecó,SC
BOA VISTA / Atlas Brasil Cantanhede,RR SBBV
SBCI CAROLINA / Brig. Lysias Augusto Rodrigues,MA
BOM JESUS DA LAPA / Bom Jesus da Lapa,BA SBLP
SBCJ PARAUAPEBAS / Carajás,PA
BONITO / Bonito,MS SBDB
SBCM CRICIÚMA / Forquilhinha - Criciúma,SC
BRAGANÇA PAULISTA / Aeroporto Estadual Arthur SBBP
Siqueira,SP SBCN CALDAS NOVAS / Caldas Novas,GO
BRASÍLIA / FIR SBBS
SBCO PORTO ALEGRE / Canoas,RS
BRASÍLIA / TMA SBWR
SBCP CAMPOS DOS GOYTACAZES / Bartolomeu Lisandro,RJ

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


GEN 2.4-2 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

1. Encoder 2. Decode

Location Indicator Indicator Location

BRASÍLIA / Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek,DF SBBR SBCR CORUMBÁ / Corumbá,MS

CABO FRIO / Cabo Frio,RJ SBCB SBCT CURITIBA / Afonso Pena,PR

CAÇADOR / Caçador,SC SBCD SBCV CARAVELAS / Caravelas,BA

CALDAS NOVAS / Caldas Novas,GO SBCN SBCW CURITIBA / FIR

CAMPINA GRANDE / Presidente João Suassuna,PB SBKG SBCX CAXIAS DO SUL / Campo dos Bugres,RS

CAMPINAS / Viracopos,SP SBKP SBCY CUIABÁ / Marechal Rondon,MT

CAMPO GRANDE / TMA SBWG SBCZ CRUZEIRO DO SUL / Cruzeiro do Sul,AC

CAMPO GRANDE / Campo Grande,MS SBCG SBDB BONITO / Bonito,MS

CAMPOS DOS GOYTACAZES / Bartolomeu Lisandro,RJ SBCP SBDN PRESIDENTE PRUDENTE / Presidente Prudente,SP

CAMPOS DOS GOYTACAZES / HELPN Faról de São SBFS SBDO DOURADOS / Dourados,MS
Tomé,RJ
CARAVELAS / Caravelas,BA SBCV SBEC MACAÉ / Plataforma P-15,RJ

CAROLINA / Brig. Lysias Augusto Rodrigues,MA SBCI SBEG MANAUS / Eduardo Gomes,AM

CASCAVEL / Coronel Adalberto Mendes da Silva,PR SBCA SBEK JACAREACANGA / Jacareacanga,PA

CAXIAS DO SUL / Campo dos Bugres,RS SBCX SBES SÃO PEDRO DA ALDEIA / São Pedro da Aldeia,RJ

CHAPECÓ / Chapecó,SC SBCH SBFE FEIRA DE SANTANA / João Durval Carneiro,BA

COARI / Urucu,AM SBUY SBFI FOZ DO IGUAÇU / Cataratas,PR

CONCEIÇÃO DO ARAGUAIA / Conceição do Araguaia,PA SBAA SBFL FLORIANÓPOLIS / Hercílio Luz,SC

CORUMBÁ / TMA SBWC SBFN FERNANDO DE NORONHA / Fernando de Noronha,PE

CORUMBÁ / Corumbá,MS SBCR SBFS CAMPOS DOS GOYTACAZES / HELPN Faról de São
Tomé,RJ
CRICIÚMA / Forquilhinha - Criciúma,SC SBCM SBFZ FORTALEZA / Pinto Martins,CE

CRUZEIRO DO SUL / Cruzeiro do Sul,AC SBCZ SBGL RIO DE JANEIRO / Galeão - Antônio Carlos Jobim,RJ

CUIABÁ / TMA SBWY SBGM GUAJARÁ-MIRIM / Guajará-Mirim,RO

CUIABÁ / Marechal Rondon,MT SBCY SBGO GOIÂNIA / Santa Genoveva,GO

CURITIBA / FIR SBCW SBGP GAVIÃO PEIXOTO / EMBRAER - Unidade Gavião


Peixoto,SP
CURITIBA / TMA SBWT SBGR SÃO PAULO / Guarulhos - Governador André Franco
Montoro,SP
CURITIBA / Afonso Pena,PR SBCT SBGU GUARAPUAVA / Tancredo Thomas de Faria,PR

CURITIBA / Bacacheri,PR SBBI SBGV GOVERNADOR VALADARES / Governador Valadares,MG

DOURADOS / Dourados,MS SBDO SBGW GUARATINGUETÁ / Guaratinguetá,SP

FEIRA DE SANTANA / João Durval Carneiro,BA SBFE SBHT ALTAMIRA / Altamira,PA

FERNANDO DE NORONHA / Fernando de Noronha,PE SBFN SBIC ITACOATIARA / Itacoatiara,AM

FLORIANÓPOLIS / TMA SBXF SBIH ITAITUBA / Itaituba,PA

FLORIANÓPOLIS / Hercílio Luz,SC SBFL SBIL ILHÉUS / Bahia - Jorge Amado,BA

FORTALEZA / TMA SBWZ SBIP IPATINGA / Usiminas,MG

FORTALEZA / Pinto Martins,CE SBFZ SBIT ITUMBIARA / Hidroelétrica,GO

FOZ / TMA SBWI SBIZ IMPERATRIZ / Prefeito Renato Moreira,MA

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 2.4-3
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

1. Encoder 2. Decode

Location Indicator Indicator Location

FOZ DO IGUAÇU / Cataratas,PR SBFI SBJA JAGUARUNA / Regional Sul,SC

GAVIÃO PEIXOTO / EMBRAER - Unidade Gavião SBGP SBJC BELÉM / Brigadeiro Protásio de Oliveira,PA
Peixoto,SP
GOIANÁ / Regional da Zona da Mata,MG SBZM SBJD JUNDIAÍ / Aeroporto Estadual de Jundaí,SP

GOIÂNIA / Santa Genoveva,GO SBGO SBJF JUIZ DE FORA / Francisco de Assis,MG

GOVERNADOR VALADARES / Governador Valadares,MG SBGV SBJI JI-PARANÁ / Ji-Paraná,RO

GUAJARÁ-MIRIM / Guajará-Mirim,RO SBGM SBJP JOÃO PESSOA / Presidente Castro Pinto,PB

GUARANTÃ DO NORTE / Campo de Provas Brigadeiro SBCC SBJR RIO DE JANEIRO / Jacarepaguá - Roberto Marinho,RJ
Veloso,PA
GUARAPUAVA / Tancredo Thomas de Faria,PR SBGU SBJU JUAZEIRO DO NORTE / Orlando Bezerra de Menezes,CE

GUARATINGUETÁ / Guaratinguetá,SP SBGW SBJV JOINVILLE / Lauro Carneiro de Loyola,SC

GUARUJÁ / Base Aérea de Santos,SP SBST SBKG CAMPINA GRANDE / Presidente João Suassuna,PB

ILHÉUS / TMA SBWL SBKP CAMPINAS / Viracopos,SP

ILHÉUS / Bahia - Jorge Amado,BA SBIL SBLB MACAÉ / Plataforma P-25,RJ

IMPERATRIZ / Prefeito Renato Moreira,MA SBIZ SBLE LENÇÓIS / Chapada Diamantina,BA

IPATINGA / Usiminas,MG SBIP SBLJ LAGES / Lages,SC

ITACOATIARA / Itacoatiara,AM SBIC SBLO LONDRINA / Governador José Richa,PR

ITAITUBA / Itaituba,PA SBIH SBLP BOM JESUS DA LAPA / Bom Jesus da Lapa,BA

ITUMBIARA / Hidroelétrica,GO SBIT SBLS LAGOA SANTA / Lagoa Santa,MG

JACAREACANGA / Jacareacanga,PA SBEK SBMA MARABÁ / João Corrêa da Rocha,PA

JAGUARUNA / Regional Sul,SC SBJA SBMD ALMEIRIM / Monte Dourado,PA

JI-PARANÁ / Ji-Paraná,RO SBJI SBME MACAÉ / Macaé,RJ

JOÃO PESSOA / Presidente Castro Pinto,PB SBJP SBMG MARINGÁ / Sílvio Name Júnior,PR

JOINVILLE / Lauro Carneiro de Loyola,SC SBJV SBMK MONTES CLAROS / Mário Ribeiro,MG

JUAZEIRO DO NORTE / Orlando Bezerra de Menezes,CE SBJU SBML MARÍLIA / Marília,SP

JUIZ DE FORA / Francisco de Assis,MG SBJF SBMM MACAÉ / Plataforma P-20,RJ

JUNDIAÍ / Aeroporto Estadual de Jundaí,SP SBJD SBMN MANAUS / Ponta Pelada,AM

LAGES / Lages,SC SBLJ SBMO MACEIÓ / Zumbi dos Palmares,AL

LAGOA SANTA / Lagoa Santa,MG SBLS SBMQ MACAPÁ / Alberto Alcolumbre,AP

LENÇÓIS / Chapada Diamantina,BA SBLE SBMS MOSSORÓ / Dix-Sept Rosado,RN

LONDRINA / TMA SBXO SBMT SÃO PAULO / Campo de Marte,SP

LONDRINA / Governador José Richa,PR SBLO SBMY MANICORÉ / Manicoré,AM

MACAÉ / TMA SBWE SBNF NAVEGANTES / Ministro Victor Konder,SC

MACAÉ / Macaé,RJ SBME SBNM SANTO ÂNGELO / Santo Ângelo,RS

MACAÉ / Plataforma P-15,RJ SBEC SBNT NATAL / Augusto Severo,RN

MACAÉ / Plataforma P-20,RJ SBMM SBOI OIAPOQUE / Oiapoque,AP

MACAÉ / Plataforma P-25,RJ SBLB SBPA PORTO ALEGRE / Salgado Filho,RS

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


GEN 2.4-4 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

1. Encoder 2. Decode

Location Indicator Indicator Location

MACAPÁ / TMA SBXK SBPB PARNAÍBA / Prefeito Doutor João Silva Filho,PI

MACAPÁ / Alberto Alcolumbre,AP SBMQ SBPC POÇOS DE CALDAS / Embaixador Walther Moreira
Salles,MG
MACEIÓ / TMA SBXM SBPF PASSO FUNDO / Lauro Kurtz,RS

MACEIÓ / Zumbi dos Palmares,AL SBMO SBPJ PALMAS / Brigadeiro Lysias Rodrigues,TO

MANAUS / TMA SBWN SBPK PELOTAS / Pelotas,RS

MANAUS / Eduardo Gomes,AM SBEG SBPL PETROLINA / Senador Nilo Coelho,PE

MANAUS / Ponta Pelada,AM SBMN SBPN PORTO NACIONAL / Porto Nacional,TO

MANICORÉ / Manicoré,AM SBMY SBPP PONTA PORÃ / Ponta Porã,MS

MARABÁ / TMA SBXJ SBPR BELO HORIZONTE / Carlos Prates,MG

MARABÁ / João Corrêa da Rocha,PA SBMA SBPS PORTO SEGURO / Porto Seguro,BA

MARÍLIA / Marília,SP SBML SBPV PORTO VELHO / Governador Jorge Teixeira de Oliveira,RO

MARINGÁ / Sílvio Name Júnior,PR SBMG SBQV VITÓRIA DA CONQUISTA / Vitória da Conquista,BA

MONTES CLAROS / Mário Ribeiro,MG SBMK SBRB RIO BRANCO / Plácido de Castro,AC

MOSSORÓ / Dix-Sept Rosado,RN SBMS SBRD RONDONÓPOLIS / Rondonópolis,MT

NATAL / TMA SBXT SBRE RECIFE / FIR

NATAL / Augusto Severo,RN SBNT SBRF RECIFE / Guararapes - Gilberto Freyre,PE

NAVEGANTES / TMA SBWO SBRJ RIO DE JANEIRO / Santos Dumont,RJ

NAVEGANTES / Ministro Victor Konder,SC SBNF SBRP RIBEIRÃO PRETO / Leite Lopes,SP

ÓBIDOS / Tiriós,PA SBTS SBSC RIO DE JANEIRO / Santa Cruz,RJ

OIAPOQUE / Oiapoque,AP SBOI SBSG SÃO GONÇALO DO AMARANTE / Governador Aluízio


Alves,RN
ORIXIMINÁ / Trombetas,PA SBTB SBSJ SÃO JOSÉ DOS CAMPOS / Professor Urbano Ernesto
Stumpf,SP
PALMAS / TMA SBXD SBSL SÃO LUÍS / Marechal Cunha Machado,MA

PALMAS / Brigadeiro Lysias Rodrigues,TO SBPJ


SBSM SANTA MARIA / Santa Maria,RS

PARAUAPEBAS / Carajás,PA SBCJ


SBSN SANTARÉM / Maestro Wilson Fonseca,PA

PARNAÍBA / Prefeito Doutor João Silva Filho,PI SBPB


SBSO SORRISO / Regional de Sorriso Adolino Bedin,MT

PASO DE LOS LIBRES / TMA SBXL


SBSP SÃO PAULO / Congonhas,SP

PASSO FUNDO / Lauro Kurtz,RS SBPF


SBSR SÃO JOSÉ DO RIO PRETO / São José do Rio Preto,SP

PAULO AFONSO / Paulo Afonso,BA SBUF


SBST GUARUJÁ / Base Aérea de Santos,SP

PELOTAS / Pelotas,RS SBPK SBSV SALVADOR / Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães,BA

PETROLINA / Senador Nilo Coelho,PE SBPL


SBTA TAUBATÉ / Base de Aviação de Taubaté,SP

PIRASSUNUNGA / Campo Fontenelle,SP SBYS


SBTB ORIXIMINÁ / Trombetas,PA

POÇOS DE CALDAS / Embaixador Walther Moreira SBPC


SBTC UNA / Hotel Transamérica,BA
Salles,MG
PONTA PORÃ / Ponta Porã,MS SBPP SBTD TOLEDO / Toledo,PR

PORTO ALEGRE / Canoas,RS SBCO SBTE TERESINA / Senador Petrônio Portella,PI

PORTO ALEGRE / Salgado Filho,RS SBPA SBTF TEFÉ / Tefé,AM

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 2.4-5
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

1. Encoder 2. Decode

Location Indicator Indicator Location

PORTO ALEGRE 1 / TMA SBWP SBTG TRÊS LAGOAS / Três Lagoas,MS

PORTO NACIONAL / Porto Nacional,TO SBPN SBTK TARAUACÁ / Tarauacá,AC

PORTO SEGURO / TMA SBWK SBTR TORRES / Torres,RS

PORTO SEGURO / Porto Seguro,BA SBPS SBTS ÓBIDOS / Tiriós,PA

PORTO SEGURO / Terravista,BA SBTV SBTT TABATINGA / Tabatinga,AM

PORTO VELHO / TMA SBWV SBTU TUCURUÍ / Tucuruí,PA

PORTO VELHO / Governador Jorge Teixeira de Oliveira,RO SBPV SBTV PORTO SEGURO / Terravista,BA

PRESIDENTE PRUDENTE / TMA SBXG SBUA SÃO GABRIEL DA CACHOEIRA / São Gabriel da
Cachoeira,AM
PRESIDENTE PRUDENTE / Presidente Prudente,SP SBDN SBUF PAULO AFONSO / Paulo Afonso,BA

RECIFE / FIR SBRE SBUG URUGUAIANA / Rubem Berta,RS

RECIFE / TMA SBWF SBUL UBERLÂNDIA / Ten.-Cel.-Av. César Bombonato,MG

RECIFE / Guararapes - Gilberto Freyre,PE SBRF SBUR UBERABA / Mario de Almeida Franco,MG

RIBEIRÃO PRETO / Leite Lopes,SP SBRP SBUY COARI / Urucu,AM

RIO BRANCO / TMA SBXB SBVG VARGINHA / Major Brigadeiro Trompowsky,MG

RIO BRANCO / Plácido de Castro,AC SBRB SBVH VILHENA / Vilhena,RO

RIO DE JANEIRO / Campo Délio Jardim de Mattos,RJ SBAF SBVT VITÓRIA / Eurico de Aguiar Salles,ES

RIO DE JANEIRO / Galeão - Antônio Carlos Jobim,RJ SBGL SBWA AMAZÔNICA / TMA

RIO DE JANEIRO / Jacarepaguá - Roberto Marinho,RJ SBJR SBWB BELÉM / TMA

RIO DE JANEIRO / Santa Cruz,RJ SBSC SBWC CORUMBÁ / TMA

RIO DE JANEIRO / Santos Dumont,RJ SBRJ SBWE MACAÉ / TMA

RIO DE JANEIRO 1 / TMA SBWJ SBWF RECIFE / TMA

RONDONÓPOLIS / Rondonópolis,MT SBRD SBWG CAMPO GRANDE / TMA

SALVADOR / TMA SBXS SBWH BELO HORIZONTE / TMA

SALVADOR / Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães,BA SBSV SBWI FOZ / TMA

SANTA MARIA / TMA SBWM SBWJ RIO DE JANEIRO 1 / TMA

SANTA MARIA / Santa Maria,RS SBSM SBWK PORTO SEGURO / TMA

SANTARÉM / TMA SBWX SBWL ILHÉUS / TMA

SANTARÉM / Maestro Wilson Fonseca,PA SBSN SBWM SANTA MARIA / TMA

SANTO ÂNGELO / Santo Ângelo,RS SBNM SBWN MANAUS / TMA

SÃO GABRIEL DA CACHOEIRA / Iauaretê,AM SBYA SBWO NAVEGANTES / TMA

SÃO GABRIEL DA CACHOEIRA / São Gabriel da SBUA SBWP PORTO ALEGRE 1 / TMA
Cachoeira,AM
SÃO GONÇALO DO AMARANTE / Governador Aluízio SBSG SBWQ BOA VISTA / TMA
Alves,RN
SÃO JOSÉ DO RIO PRETO / São José do Rio Preto,SP SBSR SBWR BRASÍLIA / TMA

SÃO JOSÉ DOS CAMPOS / Professor Urbano Ernesto SBSJ SBWS SÃO LUÍS / TMA
Stumpf,SP
SÃO LUÍS / TMA SBWS SBWT CURITIBA / TMA

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


GEN 2.4-6 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

1. Encoder 2. Decode

Location Indicator Indicator Location

SÃO LUÍS / Marechal Cunha Machado,MA SBSL SBWU BAURU / TMA

SÃO PAULO / Campo de Marte,SP SBMT SBWV PORTO VELHO / TMA

SÃO PAULO / Congonhas,SP SBSP SBWX SANTARÉM / TMA

SÃO PAULO / Guarulhos - Governador André Franco SBGR SBWY CUIABÁ / TMA
Montoro,SP
SÃO PAULO 1 / TMA SBXP SBWZ FORTALEZA / TMA

SÃO PEDRO DA ALDEIA / São Pedro da Aldeia,RJ SBES SBXA ARACAJU / TMA

SORRISO / Regional de Sorriso Adolino Bedin,MT SBSO SBXB RIO BRANCO / TMA

TABATINGA / Tabatinga,AM SBTT SBXD PALMAS / TMA

TARAUACÁ / Tarauacá,AC SBTK SBXE TERESINA / TMA

TAUBATÉ / Base de Aviação de Taubaté,SP SBTA SBXF FLORIANÓPOLIS / TMA

TEFÉ / Tefé,AM SBTF SBXG PRESIDENTE PRUDENTE / TMA

TERESINA / Senador Petrônio Portella,PI SBTE SBXJ MARABÁ / TMA

TOLEDO / Toledo,PR SBTD SBXK MACAPÁ / TMA

TORRES / Torres,RS SBTR SBXL PASO DE LOS LIBRES / TMA

TRÊS LAGOAS / Três Lagoas,MS SBTG SBXM MACEIÓ / TMA

TUCURUÍ / Tucuruí,PA SBTU SBXN ANÁPOLIS / TMA

UBERABA / TMA SBXU SBXO LONDRINA / TMA

UBERABA / Mario de Almeida Franco,MG SBUR SBXP SÃO PAULO 1 / TMA

UBERLÂNDIA / TMA SBXW SBXQ ACADEMIA / TMA

UBERLÂNDIA / Ten.-Cel.-Av. César Bombonato,MG SBUL SBXR VITÓRIA / TMA

UNA / Hotel Transamérica,BA SBTC SBXS SALVADOR / TMA

URUGUAIANA / Rubem Berta,RS SBUG SBXT NATAL / TMA

VARGINHA / Major Brigadeiro Trompowsky,MG SBVG SBXU UBERABA / TMA

VILHENA / Vilhena,RO SBVH SBXW UBERLÂNDIA / TMA

VITÓRIA / TMA SBXR SBYA SÃO GABRIEL DA CACHOEIRA / Iauaretê,AM

VITÓRIA / Eurico de Aguiar Salles,ES SBVT SBYS PIRASSUNUNGA / Campo Fontenelle,SP

VITÓRIA DA CONQUISTA / Vitória da Conquista,BA SBQV SBZM GOIANÁ / Regional da Zona da Mata,MG

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 2.5-1
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

GEN 2.5 LIST OF RADIO NAVEGATION AIDS

LEGEND:
E: Aid established for en-route purposes;
A: Aid established for aerodrome purposes;
AE: Aid established for both en-route and aerodrome purposes.
1. Codified
ID Name FAC FIN. Name FAC ID FIN.
A Alpha A Alpha
AAQ ARARAQUARA NDB AE AFONSOS NDB AFS AE
ADA ALDEIA VOR/DME AE ALAGOINHAS NDB AGN A
AFS AFONSOS NDB AE ALBACORA NDB LBA A
AGN ALAGOINHAS NDB A ALDEIA VOR/DME ADA AE
AMP AMAPÁ NDB E ALTA FLORESTA NDB ATF AE
ANP ANÁPOLIS NDB A ALTA FLORESTA VOR/DME ATF AE
APO ANÁPOLIS VOR/DME A ALTAMIRA NDB ATM AE
ARA ARAÇATUBA NDB A ALTAMIRA VOR ATM AE
ARG ARAGUAIA NDB AE AMAPÁ NDB AMP E
ARU CAJU VOR/DME AE ANÁPOLIS NDB ANP A
ARX ARAXÁ NDB AE ANÁPOLIS VOR/DME APO A
ARX ARAXÁ VOR/DME AE ARAÇATUBA NDB ARA A
ASS ASSIS NDB A ARAGUAIA NDB ARG AE
ATF ALTA FLORESTA NDB AE ARARAQUARA NDB AAQ AE
ATF ALTA FLORESTA VOR/DME AE ARAXÁ NDB ARX AE
ATM ALTAMIRA NDB AE ARAXÁ VOR/DME ARX AE
ATM ALTAMIRA VOR AE ASSIS NDB ASS A
B Bravo B Bravo
BAG GARÇAS VOR/DME AE BACACHERI NDB BCH A
BBC BARBACENA NDB AE BAGÉ DME BGE
BCH BACACHERI NDB A BAGÉ NDB BGE AE
BCO BONSUCESSO VOR/DME AE BAGÉ VOR BGE AE
BEL BELÉM VOR/DME AE BARBACENA NDB BBC AE
BFR CABO FRIO NDB AE BARREIRAS VOR/DME BRR AE
BGC BRAGANÇA VOR/DME AE BARRETOS NDB BRT A
BGE BAGÉ DME BAURU NDB BRU AE
BGE BAGÉ NDB AE BELÉM VOR/DME BEL AE
BGE BAGÉ VOR AE BELO HORIZONTE NDB BHZ AE
BHZ BELO HORIZONTE NDB AE BELO HORIZONTE VOR/DME BHZ AE
BHZ BELO HORIZONTE VOR/DME AE BENTO NDB (LO) IK A
BRR BARREIRAS VOR/DME AE BOA VISTA VOR/DME BVI AE
BRT BARRETOS NDB A BONSUCESSO VOR/DME BCO AE
BRU BAURU NDB AE BRAGANÇA VOR/DME BGC AE
BSI BRASÍLIA VOR/DME AE BRASÍLIA VOR/DME BSI AE
BVI BOA VISTA VOR/DME AE C Charlie
C Charlie CABO FRIO NDB BFR AE
CAD CAÇADOR NDB A CAÇADOR NDB CAD A
CAL CALDAS NOVAS NDB AE CACHIMBO VOR/DME CBO A
CAV CASCAVEL NDB AE CAJU VOR/DME ARU AE
CAX CAXIAS NDB (LO) A CALDAS NOVAS NDB CAL AE
CBO CACHIMBO VOR/DME A CAMPINA GRANDE NDB CPG AE
CGO CONGONHAS VOR/DME AE CAMPINAS NDB CPN AE
CIA CUIABÁ VOR/DME AE CAMPINAS VOR/DME CPN AE
CJS CARAJÁS VOR/DME AE CAMPO DE MARTE NDB MAE A
CNA CAROLINA NDB A CAMPO GRANDE VOR/DME GRD AE

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


GEN 2.5-2 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

1. Codified
ID Name FAC FIN. Name FAC ID FIN.
CNA CAROLINA VOR AE CAMPOS NDB CPO AE
CNB CANA BRAVA NDB A CANA BRAVA NDB CNB A
CNF CONFINS VOR/DME AE CANOAS NDB OAS AE
COA CANOAS VOR/DME AE CANOAS VOR/DME COA AE
COM COMANDATUBA NDB A CARAJÁS NDB CRJ AE
CPG CAMPINA GRANDE NDB AE CARAJÁS VOR/DME CJS AE
CPN CAMPINAS NDB AE CARAUARI NDB CUA AE
CPN CAMPINAS VOR/DME AE CAROLINA NDB CNA A
CPO CAMPOS NDB AE CAROLINA VOR CNA AE
CRJ CARAJÁS NDB AE CARRASCO - UY DME CRR
CRR CARRASCO - UY DME CASCAVEL NDB CAV AE
CRY CRICÍUMA VOR/DME A CATARATAS VOR IGU E
CTB CURITIBA VOR/DME AE CAXIAS NDB (LO) CAX A
CUA CARAUARI NDB AE CAXIAS VOR/DME CXI E
CUB CORUMBÁ NDB AE CERRITO NDB SMR A
CXI CAXIAS VOR/DME E CHAPECÓ VOR/DME XPC AE
CXS DOSUL VOR/DME AE COMANDATUBA NDB COM A
CZS CRUZEIRO VOR/DME AE CONFINS VOR/DME CNF AE
D Delta CONGONHAS VOR/DME CGO AE
DAD DIADEMA NDB (LO) A CONQUISTA NDB VCO A
DOU DOURA NDB A CORUMBÁ NDB CUB AE
E Echo CRICÍUMA VOR/DME CRY A
ERP EIRUNEPÉ NDB AE CRUZEIRO VOR/DME CZS AE
F Foxtrot CUIABÁ VOR/DME CIA AE
FB TRAMANDAÍ NDB CURITIBA VOR/DME CTB AE
FGN FAZ. GUANABARA NDB D Delta
FIG FIGUEIRAS VOR/DME A DIADEMA NDB (LO) DAD A
FLN FLORIANOPOLIS VOR/DME AE DOSUL VOR/DME CXS AE
FLZ FORTALEZA VOR AE DOURADO NDB MDD AE
FNR NORONHA VOR/DME AE DOURA NDB DOU A
FOZ FOZ VOR/DME AE E Echo
FRA FORA NDB E EIRUNEPÉ NDB ERP AE
FSA FORMOSA VOR/DME F Foxtrot
FUR FURNAS NDB E FAZ. GUANABARA NDB FGN
G Golf FIGUEIRAS VOR/DME FIG A
GGT GUARATINGUETÁ NDB FLORIANOPOLIS VOR/DME FLN AE
GJM GUAJARÁ-MIRIM NDB AE FORA NDB FRA E
GNV GOIÂNIA VOR/DME AE FORMOSA VOR/DME FSA
GRD CAMPO GRANDE VOR/DME AE FORTALEZA VOR FLZ AE
GRU GUARAPUAVA NDB A FOZ VOR/DME FOZ AE
I India FURNAS NDB FUR E
IAF LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME A G Golf
IAN LOCALIZADOR LOC A GABRIEL NDB SGC AE
IBC LOCALIZADOR ILS A GABRIEL VOR/DME SGC AE
IBE LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A GARÇAS VOR/DME BAG AE
IBR LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A GISA NDB (LO) IC A
IBS LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A GOIÂNIA VOR/DME GNV AE
IBV LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME A GUAJARÁ-MIRIM NDB GJM AE
IC GISA NDB (LO) A GUARAPUAVA NDB GRU A
ICB LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A GUARATINGUETÁ NDB GGT
ICC LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A I India
ICF LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME A ILHA NDB YLA A
ICG LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A ILHÉUS NDB YLH AE
ICJ LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME A IMPERATRIZ NDB YTZ AE
ICO LOCALIZADOR ILS A IMPERATRIZ VOR/DME YTZ AE

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 2.5-3
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

1. Codified
ID Name FAC FIN. Name FAC ID FIN.
ICT LOCALIZADOR ILS A IPATINGA NDB YPT A
IDF LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME A ITACOATIARA NDB YTC AE
IEG LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A ITAIPU NDB ITU
IFI LOCALIZADOR ILS A ITAITUBA NDB YUB AE
IFL LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A ITAMARATI NORTE NDB YTN
IFZ LOCALIZADOR LOC A ITUMBIARA NDB YBA AE
IG SOJA NDB A J Juliet
IG TUCA NDB (LO) A JACAREACANGA NDB JAC AE
IGL LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A JACAREACANGA VOR/DME JAC AE
IGR LOCALIZADOR ILS A JAGUARUNA NDB JGN A
IGS LOCALIZADOR ILS A JOAO PESSOA NDB JPS A
IGU CATARATAS VOR E JOINVILLE VOR/DME JNV A
IH RASA NDB E JUAZEIRO NDB JZR AE
IJF LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME A K Kilo
IJV LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME A L Lima
IK BENTO NDB (LO) A LA DIVINA PASTORA DME LDP
IKG LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME A LAGES NDB LJS AE
IKP LOCALIZADOR ILS A LAGOA SANTA NDB LST A
ILM LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A LAPA VOR/DME LAP AE
ILR LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A LETÍCIA NDB LET E
IMC LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A LETÍCIA VOR/DME LET E
IMO LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME IBE A
IND LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME IBR A
INT LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME IBS A
IPA LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME ICB A
IPM LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME ICC A
IPV LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME ICG A
IR TREVO NDB (LM) A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME IEG A
IRB LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME IFL A
IRF LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME IGL A
IRJ LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME ILM A
IS MADA NDB (LO) A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME ILR A
ISJ LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME IMC A
ISL LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME IMO A
ISM LOCALIZADOR ILS A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME IND A
ISN LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME INT A
ISP LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME IPA A
ISV LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME IPV A
ITA LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME IRB A
ITA LOCALIZADOR LOC A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME IRF A
ITB LOCALIZADOR ILS A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME ISJ A
ITU ITAIPU NDB LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME ISL A
IUB LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME ISN A
IUC LOCALIZADOR ILS A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME ISP A
IVI LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME ITA A
IYS LOCALIZADOR ILS A LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME IUB A
J Juliet LOCALIZADOR ILS/DME IVI A
JAC JACAREACANGA NDB AE LOCALIZADOR ILS IBC A
JAC JACAREACANGA VOR/DME AE LOCALIZADOR ILS ICO A
JGN JAGUARUNA NDB A LOCALIZADOR ILS ICT A
JNV JOINVILLE VOR/DME A LOCALIZADOR ILS IFI A
JPS JOAO PESSOA NDB A LOCALIZADOR ILS IGR A
JRP RIO PRETO NDB AE LOCALIZADOR ILS IGS A
JZR JUAZEIRO NDB AE LOCALIZADOR ILS IKP A
K Kilo LOCALIZADOR ILS ISM A

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


GEN 2.5-4 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

1. Codified
ID Name FAC FIN. Name FAC ID FIN.
KRI QUARI NDB E LOCALIZADOR ILS ITB A
L Lima LOCALIZADOR ILS IUC A
LAP LAPA VOR/DME AE LOCALIZADOR ILS IYS A
LBA ALBACORA NDB A LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME IAF A
LDP LA DIVINA PASTORA DME LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME IBV A
LET LETÍCIA NDB E LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME ICF A
LET LETÍCIA VOR/DME E LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME ICJ A
LIB PASO DE LOS LIBRES NDB LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME IDF A
LJS LAGES NDB AE LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME IJF A
LON LONDRINA NDB AE LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME IJV A
LON LONDRINA VOR/DME AE LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME IKG A
LST LAGOA SANTA NDB A LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME IPM A
LUZ LUZIÂNIA VOR/DME AE LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME IRJ A
M Mike LOCALIZADOR LOC/DME ISV A
MAE CAMPO DE MARTE NDB A LOCALIZADOR LOC IAN A
MAR MARLIM NDB A LOCALIZADOR LOC IFZ A
MCA MACAÉ VOR/DME AE LOCALIZADOR LOC ITA A
MCE ZUMBI VOR/DME AE LONDRINA NDB LON AE
MCL MONTES CLAROS NDB AE LONDRINA VOR/DME LON AE
MCP MACAPÁ VOR/DME AE LUZIÂNIA VOR/DME LUZ AE
MCR MANICORÉ NDB AE M Mike
MDD DOURADO NDB AE MACAÉ VOR/DME MCA AE
MIA MARICÁ VOR/DME AE MACAPÁ VOR/DME MCP AE
MLZ MERLUZA NDB MADA NDB (LO) IS A
MNS MANAUS VOR/DME AE MANAUS VOR/DME MNS AE
MOZ MOZ NDB AE MANICORÉ NDB MCR AE
MRA MARÍLIA NDB A MARABÁ VOR/DME MRB AE
MRB MARABÁ VOR/DME AE MARICÁ VOR/DME MIA AE
MRN MARINGÁ NDB A MARÍLIA NDB MRA A
MSS MOSSORÓ NDB AE MARINGÁ NDB MRN A
MSS MOSSORÓ VOR/DME AE MARLIM NDB MAR A
MXN MAXARANGUAPE NDB A MAXARANGUAPE NDB MXN A
N November MERLUZA NDB MLZ
NOA NOVA NDB E MONTES CLAROS NDB MCL AE
NTL NATAL VOR/DME AE MOSSORÓ NDB MSS AE
NVG NAVEGANTES NDB A MOSSORÓ VOR/DME MSS AE
O Oscar MOZ NDB MOZ AE
OAS CANOAS NDB AE N November
OIA OIAPOQUE NDB AE NATAL VOR/DME NTL AE
OLD OLINDA NDB (LO) A NAVEGANTES NDB NVG A
P Papa NORONHA VOR/DME FNR AE
PAF PAULO AFONSO VOR AE NOVA NDB NOA E
PAI PIRAI VOR/DME E O Oscar
PCL POÇOS NDB AE OIAPOQUE NDB OIA AE
PCX PORTO VOR/DME AE OLINDA NDB (LO) OLD A
PEL PELADA NDB A P Papa
PER PERUS NDB PAIOL NDB PP AE
PFD PASSO FUNDO NDB A PALMAS VOR/DME PMS AE
PFD PASSO FUNDO VOR A PARACATU NDB PKT AE
PIR PIRASSUNUNGA VOR/DME AE PARANAGUÁ NDB PNG AE
PKT PARACATU NDB AE PARINTINS VOR/DME PRI AE
PMS PALMAS VOR/DME AE PARNAÍBA NDB PNB AE
PNB PARNAÍBA NDB AE PASO DE LOS LIBRES NDB LIB
PNG PARANAGUÁ NDB AE PASSO FUNDO NDB PFD A
PNQ QUINZE NDB A PASSO FUNDO VOR PFD A

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 2.5-5
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

1. Codified
ID Name FAC FIN. Name FAC ID FIN.
POR PORTO ALEGRE VOR/DME AE PAULO AFONSO VOR PAF AE
PP PAIOL NDB AE PELADA NDB PEL A
PP POROROCA NDB A PELOTAS VOR/DME PTS AE
PRI PARINTINS VOR/DME AE PERUS NDB PER
PRR PRUDENTE VOR/DME AE PETROLINA VOR/DME PTL AE
PSN PIRASSUNUNGA NDB AE PIRAI VOR/DME PAI E
PTL PETROLINA VOR/DME AE PIRASSUNUNGA NDB PSN AE
PTP PONTA PORÃ NDB AE PIRASSUNUNGA VOR/DME PIR AE
PTS PELOTAS VOR/DME AE POÇOS NDB PCL AE
PTT TROMBETAS NDB AE PONTA PORÃ NDB PTP AE
PVH PORTO VELHO NDB AE POROROCA NDB PP A
PVH PORTO VELHO VOR/DME AE PORTO ALEGRE VOR/DME POR AE
Q Quebec PORTO SEGURO NDB SGR AE
R Romeo PORTO VELHO NDB PVH AE
RCL RIO CLARO NDB AE PORTO VELHO VOR/DME PVH AE
RCO RIO BRANCO VOR/DME AE PORTO VOR/DME PCX AE
RDE REDE VOR/DME E PRUDENTE VOR/DME PRR AE
REC RECIFE VOR/DME AE Q Quebec
RON RONDÔNIA NDB AE QUARI NDB KRI E
RPR RIBEIRÃO NDB AE QUINZE NDB PNQ A
RPR RIBEIRÃO PRETO VOR/DME A R Romeo
RR VICENTE NDB A RASA NDB IH E
S Sierra RECIFE VOR/DME REC AE
SAN SANTO ÂNGELO NDB A REDE VOR/DME RDE E
SAT SANTOS NDB AE RIBEIRÃO PRETO VOR/DME RPR A
SCB SOROCABA VOR/DME AE RIBEIRÃO NDB RPR AE
SCP SÃO JOSÉ VOR/DME AE RIO BRANCO VOR/DME RCO AE
SCR SANTA CRUZ VOR/DME AE RIO CLARO NDB RCL AE
SGA SÃO GONÇALO DO VOR/DME A RIO PRETO NDB JRP AE
AMARANTE
RONDÔNIA NDB RON AE
SGC GABRIEL NDB AE
S Sierra
SGC GABRIEL VOR/DME AE
SALVADOR VOR/DME SVD AE
SGR PORTO SEGURO NDB AE
SANTA CRUZ VOR/DME SCR AE
SLI SÃO LUÍS VOR/DME AE
SANTA MARIA NDB SMA AE
SMA SANTA MARIA NDB AE
SANTA MARIA VOR/DME SMA AE
SMA SANTA MARIA VOR/DME AE
SANTA MARTA NDB SW E
SMR CERRITO NDB A
SANTANA VOR/DME STN E
STG TOMÉ NDB AE
SANTARÉM NDB STM AE
STM SANTARÉM NDB AE
SANTARÉM VOR/DME STM AE
STM SANTARÉM VOR/DME AE
SANTO ÂNGELO NDB SAN A
STN SANTANA VOR/DME E
SANTO ANTÃO NDB VSA
SVD SALVADOR VOR/DME AE
SANTOS NDB SAT AE
SW SANTA MARTA NDB E
SÃO GONÇALO DO VOR/DME SGA A
T Tango AMARANTE
TBE TAUBATÉ NDB AE SÃO JOSÉ VOR/DME SCP AE
TBT TABATINGA NDB A SÃO LUÍS VOR/DME SLI AE
TFE TEFÉ NDB AE SOJA NDB IG A
TFE TEFÉ VOR/DME AE SOROCABA VOR/DME SCB AE
TIR TIRIÓS NDB AE T Tango
TNA TERESINA VOR/DME A TABATINGA NDB TBT A
TOL TOLEDO NDB A TAQUARA NDB TQA
TOR TORRES NDB A TAUBATÉ NDB TBE AE
TQA TAQUARA NDB TEFÉ NDB TFE AE
TRM TRÊS MARIAS DME A TEFÉ VOR/DME TFE AE
TRS TERESINA NDB AE TERESINA NDB TRS AE
TRS TERESINA VOR/DME AE TERESINA VOR/DME TNA A

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


GEN 2.5-6 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

1. Codified
ID Name FAC FIN. Name FAC ID FIN.
TUI TUCURUÍ NDB AE TERESINA VOR/DME TRS AE
TUI TUCURUÍ VOR/DME AE TIRIÓS NDB TIR AE
TUP TUPÃ NDB A TOLEDO NDB TOL A
U Uniform TOMÉ NDB STG AE
UBT UBATUBA NDB A TORRES NDB TOR A
ULD UBERLÂNDIA VOR/DME AE TRAMANDAÍ NDB FB
URB UBERABA NDB AE TRÊS MARIAS DME TRM A
URC URUCU NDB A TREVO NDB (LM) IR A
URG URUGUAIANA NDB AE TROMBETAS NDB PTT AE
URT URUBURETAMA NDB E TUCA NDB (LO) IG A
V Victor TUCURUÍ NDB TUI AE
VAL VALADARES NDB AE TUCURUÍ VOR/DME TUI AE
VCO CONQUISTA NDB A TUPÃ NDB TUP A
VGH VARGINHA NDB AE U Uniform
VLH VILHENA NDB AE UBATUBA NDB UBT A
VLH VILHENA VOR/DME AE UBERABA NDB URB AE
VRI VITÓRIA VOR/DME AE UBERLÂNDIA VOR/DME ULD AE
VSA SANTO ANTÃO NDB URUBURETAMA NDB URT E
VTR VITÓRIA VOR/DME AE URUCU NDB URC A
X X-ray URUGUAIANA NDB URG AE
XPC CHAPECÓ VOR/DME AE V Victor
Y Yankee VALADARES NDB VAL AE
YBA ITUMBIARA NDB AE VARGINHA NDB VGH AE
YLA ILHA NDB A VICENTE NDB RR A
YLH ILHÉUS NDB AE VILHENA NDB VLH AE
YPT IPATINGA NDB A VILHENA VOR/DME VLH AE
YTC ITACOATIARA NDB AE VITÓRIA VOR/DME VRI AE
YTN ITAMARATI NORTE NDB VITÓRIA VOR/DME VTR AE
YTZ IMPERATRIZ NDB AE X X-ray
YTZ IMPERATRIZ VOR/DME AE Y Yankee
YUB ITAITUBA NDB AE Z Zulu
Z Zulu ZUMBI VOR/DME MCE AE

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 3.1-7
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

3.9.4 PURCHASE ARRANGEMENTS


Brasil:
a) Payments can be made through GRU (Guia de Recolhimento Único da União), following the procedures:

Print yourself a GRU form thru the site http://www.stn.fazenda.gov.br. Click on the links SIAFI, Guia de Recolhimento
da União and Impressão da GRU – Simples, inserting the data below:
Unidade Favorecida – Código 120048;
Unidade favorecida – Gestão 00001; e
Recolhimento – Código 22048-5.
Pay it at Banco do Brasil and, then, send the form by e-mail, fax or registered letter, including the desired purchased
publications, name of the subscriber, CPF/CNPJ, address to send the subscription , telephone and e-mail for further
contact.

NOTE: Expect to receive your demand within 15 working days.

b) Payments can be made thru a check payable, following the procedures:

Mail a check payable to Parque de Material de Eletrônica da Aeronáutica do Rio de Janeiro – PAME-RJ, including
the desired purchased publications, name of the subscriber, CPF/CNPJ, address to send the subscription, telephone
and e-mail for further contact. Address: Rua General Gurjão, 4 – Caju – Rio de Janeiro / RJ – CEP20931-040.

NOTE: Expect to receive your demand within 15 working days.

Other countries:
When there is a Brazilian Representative
Follow the procedure applied in Brasil.
When there is no Brazilian Representative:
Follow the procedure applied in Brasil, concerning payable check.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
PARQUE DE MATERIAL DE ELETRÔNICA DA AERONÁUTICA DO RIO DE JANEIRO
SUBDIVISÃO DE ATENDIMENTO AO CLIENTE
Rua General Gurjão, 4 – Caju
20931-040 Rio de Janeiro - RJ
Tel.: 55 (21) 2117-7294 / 55 (21) 2117-7295 / 55 (21) 2117-7296
Fax: 55 (21) 2117-7290
E-mail: publicacoes@pame.aer.mil.br
SCHEDULE FOR CONTACT WITH THE USERS:
Hours to be reached by telephone:
Monday until Friday: 8 a.m. until 6 p.m.
Hours to take away the publications:
Please contact first the Users Service.

For more information, contact PAME from 09:00 to 11:30am and 01:00 to 03:00pm through telephone numbers
(21) 2117-7200 or (21) 2117-7210.
3.10 PRO BONO SUBSCRIPTION
Pro bono clients are those who are part of Aeronautical Command Organizations and those government entities and
agencies determined by the Operations Subdepartment of the Brazilian Airspace Control Department, also comprising
international agreements, whose production, printing and distribution services are free of charge.
Pro bono clients willing to renew or change the number of publications received, or even replace an old collection of
Brazilian publications, must contact the Air Force Electronics Material Depot at Rio de Janeiro (PAME-RJ), by using
addresses and telephone numbers listed in item 3.9.4.
4. AIRAC SYSTEM
4.1 In order to control and regulate the operationally significant changes requiring amendments to charts, manuals etc, such
changes, whenever possible, will be issued on predetermined dates according to the AIRAC system.This type of
information will be published as an AIRAC AIP AMDT or an AIRAC AIP SUP.

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


GEN 3.1-8 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

4.2 The table below indicates AIRAC effective dates for the coming years. AIRAC information will be issued so that the
information will be received by the user not later than 28 days, and for major changes, not later than 56 days, before the
effective date. Other AIRAC effective date, a trigger NOTAM will be issued giving a brief description of the contents,
effective date and reference number of the AIRAC AIP AMDT or AIRAC AIP SUP that will become effective on that
date.Tthe trigger NOTAM will remain in force as a reminder in the PIB until the information is included in the publications.
If no information is submitted for publication on the AIRAC date, a NIL notification will be issued by NOTAM not later than
one AIRAC cycle before the AIRAC effective date concerned.

Schedule of AIRAC effective dates:

2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018


10 JAN 09 JAN 08 JAN 07 JAN 08 JAN 04 JAN
07 FEB 06 FEB 05 FEB 04 FEB 02 FEB 01 FEB
07 MAR 06 MAR 05 MAR 03 MAR 02 MAR 01 MAR
04 APR 03 APR 02 APR 31 MAR 30 MAR 29 MAR
02 MAY 01 MAY 30 ABR 28 APR 27 APR 26 APR
30 MAY 29 MAY 28 MAY 26 MAY 25 MAY 24 MAY
27 JUN 26 JUN 25 JUN 23 JUN 22 JUN 21 JUN
25 JUL 24 JUL 23 JUL 21 JUL 20 JUL 19 JUL
22 AUG 21 AUG 20 AUG 18 AUG 17 AUG 16 AUG
19 SEP 18 SEP 17 SEP 15 SEP 14 SEP 13 SEP
17 OCT 16 OCT 15 OCT 13 OCT 12 OCT 11 OCT
14 NOV 13 NOV 12 NOV 10 NOV 09 NOV 08 NOV
12 DEC 11 DEC 10 DEC 08 DEC 07 DEC 06 DEC
5. PRE-FLIGHT INFORMATION SERVICE
At the aerodromes mentioned below, there is an AIS unit, where the pre-flight information service is furnished within the
related coverage. (AIP, SUP AIP, AIC, PIB and NOTAM).

AERODROME COVERAGE
BAGÉ / Comandante Gustavo URUGUAY (*).
Kraemer, RS
BELÉM / Val-de-Cans/Júlio GUIANA FRANCESA (*), SURINAME, ENGLISH GUIANA (*), UNITED STATES (*) and
Cezar Ribeiro - INTL, PA PORTUGAL (*).
BELO HORIZONTE / Tancredo ARGENTINA (*), UNITED STATES (*), PANAMA (*) and PORTUGAL
Neves - INTL, MG
BOA VISTA / VENEZUELA (*), ENGLISH GUIANA (*), HAITI (*) and NETHERLANDS ANTILLES (*).
Atlas Brasil Cantanhede- INTL, RR
BRASÍLIA / Presidente Juscelino UNITED STATES (*), PANAMA (*), PORTUGAL (*), ARGENTINA(*) and FRANCE
Kubitscheck - INTL, DF
CABO FRIO/Cabo Frio, RJ ARGENTINA,CHILE AND UNITED STATES.
CAMPINAS / FRENCH ANTILLES (*), NETHERLANDS ANTILLES (*), ARGENTINA (*), BAHAMAS (*),
Viracopos - INTL, SP BARBADOS (*), BELGIUM (*),BOLIVIA (*), CABO VERDE (*), CHILE, COLOMBIA, COSTA RICA,
SPAIN, ECUADOR (*), SPAIN (*), THE UNITED STATES, GAMBIA (*), GUIANA (*), HONDURAS,
CANARY ISLANDS, NIGERIA (*), PANAMA (*), PARAGUAY (*), PERU (*), PORTO RICO,
PORTUGAL, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, SENEGAL AND TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO (*), URUGUAY
(*) and VENEZUELA (*).
CAMPO GRANDE / Campo BOLIVIA (*), PARAGUAY (*) and ARGENTINA (*).
Grande - INTL, MS
CORUMBÁ / Corumbá - INTL, MS BOLIVIA (*) and PARAGUAY (*).
CRUZEIRO DO SUL / PERU (*).
Cruzeiro do Sul - INTL, AC
CUIABÁ / BOLIVIA(*).
Marechal Rondon - INTL, MT
CURITIBA / Afonso ARGENTINA (*), PARAGUAY (*) and URUGUAY (*).
Pena - INTL, PR
FLORIANÓPOLIS / Hercílio ARGENTINA (*), URUGUAY (*) and PARAGUAY (*).
Luz - INTL, SC
FORTALEZA / Pinto PORTUGAL (*), CAPE VERDE (*), UNITED STATES (*) and GERMANY (*).
Martins - INTL, CE

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 3.1-9
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

FOZ DO IGUAÇU / PARAGUAY (*), ARGENTINA (*), and PERU (*)


Cataratas - INTL, PR
MACAPÁ / Alberto Alcolumbre ENGLISH GUIANA (*), FRENCH GUIANA (*), SURINAME (*), BARBADOS (*), ISLANDS
- INTL, AP GRENADA (*), TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO (*), ARUBA (*) and FRENCH ANTILLES (*).
MACEIÓ / Zumbi dos ARGENTINA (*) and PORTUGAL (*).
Palmares, AL
MANAUS / Eduardo ARGENTINA (*), ARUBA (*), BOLIVIA (*), COLOMBIA (*), UNITED STATES (*), ECUADOR (*),
Gomes, AM HAITI (*), PARAGUAY (*), PERU (*) and VENEZUELA (*).
NAVEGANTES/ Ministro ARGENTINA (*), URUGUAY (*) and PARAGUAY (*).
Victor Konder - INTL, SC
PELOTAS / Pelotas - INTL, RS URUGUAY (*), ARGENTINA (*) and CHILE (*).
PETROLINA / Senador Nilo GERMANY (*), BELGIUM (*), and LUXEMBOURG (*)
Coelho, PE
PONTA PORÃ / PARAGUAY (*)
Ponta Porã - INTL, MS
PORTO ALEGRE / Salgado ARGENTINA (*) and URUGUAY (*).
Filho - INTL, RS
PORTO SEGURO / ARGENTINA (*).
Porto Seguro, BA
RECIFE / Guararapes - Gilberto GERMANY (*), ARGENTINA (*), CABO VERDE (*), SPAIN (*), UNITED STATES (*), FRANCE (*),
Freyre - INTL, PE ITALY (*), MOROCCO (*), PORTUGAL, SENEGAL (*), SWITZERLAND (*), SURINAME (*),
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO (*), URUGUAY (*), PORTO RICO (*), FRENCH GUIANA (*) and
CANARY ISLANDS (*).
RIO BRANCO / Plácido BOLIVIA (*), COLOMBIA (*) AND PERU (*).
de Castro, AC
RIO DE JANEIRO / Galeão - GERMANY (*), ANGOLA (*), SAUDI ARABIA (*), ARGENTINA (*), BAHRAIN (*), BOLIVIA (*),
Antônio Carlos Jobim - INTL, RJ CAPE VERDE (*), CHILE (*), COLOMBIA (*), ARAB EMIRATES (*), SPAIN (*), THE UNITED
STATES (*), FRANCE (*), GUYANA (*), NETHERLANDS (*), ITALY (*), LIBERIA (*), NIGERIA (*),
PANAMA(*), PERU (*) PORTUGAL (*), UNITED KINGDOM (*), SUDAN (*), URUGUAY (*) and
VENEZUELA (*).
SALVADOR / Deputado Luís GERMANY (*), ANGOLA (*), ARGENTINA (*), SPAIN (*), UNITED STATES (*), HOLLAND (*),
Eduardo Magalhães - INTL, BA PORTUGAL (*), UNITED KINGDOM (*) and URUGUAY (*).
SÃO GONÇALO DO AMARANTE/PORTUGAL (*), CAPE VERDE (*). GERMANY (*), ARGENTINA (*), CANARY ISLANDS (*) and
Governador Aluízio Alves, RN SENEGAL (*).
SÃO PAULO / Guarulhos- SOUTH AFRICA (*), GERMANY (*), ANGOLA (*), NETHERLANDS ANTILLES (*), SAUDI
Governador André Franco ARABIA, ARGENTINA (*), BAHAMAS (*), BAHRAIN, BARBADOS (*), BELGIUM, BERMUDA,
Montoro - INTL, SP BOLIVIA (*), BOTSWANA (*), CAPE VERDE (*), CANADÁ (*), QATAR, CHADE, CHILE,
COLOMBIA, CONGO, CÔTE D'IVOIRE, COSTA RICA, CUBA (*), EGYPT (*), ARRIVE
EMIRATES, ECUADOR (*), SPAIN, UNITED STATES, FRANCE, GABON, GAMBIA (*),
GUADALUPE, GUIANA (*), FRENCH GUIANA (*), GUINEA (*), HOLLANDA (*), HONDURAS (*),
CANARY ISLANDS, TURKISH ISLANDS and CAICO, IRELAND, ITALY, JORDAN, LIBERIA (*),
MOROCCO, MAURITANIA, MEXICO (*) ,NAMIBIA (*), NIGERIA (*), PANAMA (*), PARAGUAY,
PERU (*), PORTO RICO (*), PORTUGAL (*), UNITED KINGDOM, CENTRAL AFRICAN
REPUBLIC, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO (*), DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, SENEGAL (*),
SUDAN, SWITZERLAND, SURINAME (*), TOGO, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO (*), TURKEY,
UGANDA, URUGUAY (*) and VENEZUELA (*).
TABATINGA / COLOMBIA (*) and PERU (*).
Tabatinga - INTL, AM

NOTE:The symbol (*) means that only information regarding NOTAM is available.
Post-flight Information Forms (IEPV 53-11) for the reporting of all incidents taking place during the
flight and information concerning deficiencies found at the air navigation facilities are available at
all AIS Aerodrome Units and must be filed with the AIS unit operator on duty.

6. ELECTRONIC TERRAIN AND OBSTACLE DATA


Air navigation obstacle data sets may be obtained from
Aeronautical Information Service
Instituto de Cartografia Aeronáutica (ICA)
Avenida General Justo, 160 – Anexo I – 20021-130 - Rio de Janeiro - RJ – Brasil
Tel.: 5521 2101-6127
AFS: SBRJZXIC
Email: do-ica@decea.gov.br
Eletronic terrain data may be obtained from

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


GEN 3.1-10 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

Instituto de Cartografia Aeronáutica (ICA)


Avenida General Justo, 160 – Anexo I – 20021-130 - Rio de Janeiro - RJ – Brasil
Tel.: 5521 2101-6127
AFS: SBRJZXIC
Email: do-ica@decea.gov.br

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 3.5-7
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

6.4 CMA – Aeronautical Meteorological Center / CMM – Military Meteorological Center


Available meteorological services and information:
1- METAR and SPECI;
2- Terminal Aerodrome Forecast (TAF);
3- Aerodrome Warnings, windshear alerting warnings; dissemination of adverse conditions withi aerodrome
area;
4- SIGMET e AIRMET
5- Meteorological Messages Display;
6- Flight Meteorological Data;
7- Meteorological Briefings;
8- Significant Weather Prognostic Chart (SIG WX PROG) for the layer between SFC / FL250 and forecast
winds
and temperatures aloft charts (Wind Aloft Prog) for levels 850 hPa (FL050), 700hPa (FL 100) and 500hPa
(FL 180);
9- Significant Weather Prognostic Chart (SIG WX PROG) for the layer between FL250/FL630 and forecast
winds and temperatures aloft charts (Wind Aloft Prog) for the levels 400hPa (FL 250), 300hPa (FL300),
250hPa (FL 340) and 200hPa (FL390);
10- Personal advisory service;
11- Trend-type take-off and landing forecast;
12- Air-Ground Communications.
7 AERODROME METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS AND REPORTS:
7.1 First Class (CMA-1) and Second Class (CMA-2) Meteorological Offices:

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


GEN 3.5-8 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
ALTA FLORESTA/ Hourly and METAR - CMA 2 1015-2145 NIL
Alta Floresta, MT Special SPECI Service provided: CMA (1 thru 9). OPR
SBAT TAF TEL/FAX: (66) 3521-2159. INFRAERO
SYNOP
TEMP - Anemometer on the right side 490m from
PILOT THR 03 and 104m from RWY 03/21 centerline.
ANÁPOLIS/ Base Hourly and METAR - TAF Class II Meteorological Office. Service H24 NIL
Aérea, GO Special SPECI provided at airport: CMM* (1 thru 12).
SBAN TAF TEL: (62) 310-4000 extension: 4166.
SYNOP CMA TEL: (62)364-8562.

- Cup anemometer on the right side 1197m from


THR 06 and 383m from RWY centerline.

- Telepsychrometer on the right side, 1201m


from
THR 06 and 119m from RWY 06/24 centerline.

- Ceilometer transmitter on the left side of RWY


06/24 centerline overrun and 902m from THR
06.

- Ceilometer receiver on the left side of RWY


06/24 centerline overrun and 852m from THR 06
and 52m from RWY 06/24 centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter 01 on the right


side,225m from THR 24 and 80m from RWY 06/
24
centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 01 on the right side,


300m from THR 24 and 80m from RWY 06/24
centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter 02 on the right


side,1575m from THR 24 and 80m from RWY
06/24 centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 02 on the right side,


1725m from THR 24 and 80m from RWY 06/24
centerline

- Transmissometer transmitter 03 on the left


side,
385m from THR 06 and 80m from RWY 06/24
centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 03 on the left side,


310m from THR 06 and 80m from RWY 06/24
centerline
ARACAJU/ Hourly and METAR - TAF Class II Meteorological Office. Service H24 NIL
Santa Maria, SE Special SPECI provided at airport: CMA* (1 thru 9).
SBAR SYNOP TEL/FAX: (79) 3243-1473.
TAF
- Cup anemometer on the left side, 299m from
THR 11 e a 72m from RWY 11/29 centerline.

- Telepsychrometer on the left side, 314m from


THR 11 and 72m from RWY 11/29 centerline.

- Telepluviometer on the left side, 319m from


THR 11 and 72m from RWY 11/29 centerline.
BARBACENA/ Maj.- Hourly and METAR Aerodrome MET Office. Self-service system 0900-2300 NIL
Brig. Doorgal Borges, Special SPECI provided at the airport: CMA (1 through 9).
MG SBBQ

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 3.5-9
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
BARRA DO GARÇAS/ Hourly and METAR - TAF Class II Meteorological Office. Service SUN TIL FRI NIL
Barra do Garças, MT Special SPECI provided at airport: CMA (1 thru 4). 1015-2115
SBBW SYNOP TEL: (66) 3401-2218. OPR
(83395) INFRAERO
- ACFT anemometer on the right side 620m
from THR 07 and 100m from RWY centerline.
BAURU/ Hourly and METAR - TAF Class II Meteorological Office. Service H24 NIL
Bauru, SP Special SPECI provided at airport: CMA (1 thru 9). OPR
SBBU TAF TEL: (14) 3227-7969. INFRAERO
SYNOP
- ACFT anemometer on the left side 640m
from THR 14 and 110m fromRWY 14/32
centerline.
BELÉM/ Hourly and METAR - Class I Meteorological Office. Service provided (1) H24 NIL
Val-de-Cans/ Special SPECI at airport: (2) MON TIL
Júlio Cezar Ribeiro TAF CMA* (1 thru 11) (1)TEL: (92) 3652-5374 and FRI
INTL, PA SYNOP (92) 3652-5375. 0900/2100
CMM (1 thru 12) (2), TEL: (91) 3182-9363.
SBBE TEMP EXC HOL
(82193) PILOT
- 1º Cup anemometer on the left side, 485m
from THR 06 and 100m from RWY 06/24
centerline.

- 3º Cup anemometer (in case of emergency)


on the left side, 540m from THR 20, 100m from
RWY 06/24 centerline and 105m from
RWY 02/20 centerline.

- Telepsychrometer on the left side, 485m from


THR 06 and 100m from RWY 06/24 centerline.

- Telepluviometer on the left side, 490 from


THR 06 and 100m from RWY 06/24 centerline.

- Ceilometer on the RWY 06/24 centerline


overun, on middle marker.

- Transmissometer transmiter on the left side,


400 m from THR 06 and 100m from RWY 06/24
centerline.

- Transmissometer transmiter on the left side,


475M from THR 06 and 100m from RWY 06/24
centerline.
BELO HORIZONTE/ Hourly and METAR - 2nd class MET office. Service provided at the H24 NIL
Pampulha, Carlos Special SPECI airport: self-service. OPR
Drummond de TAF INFRAERO
Andrade, MG SYNOP - 1st Cup anemometer to the left side, 389 m
SBBH from THR 13 and 95 m from RWY 13/31
centerline.

- 2nd Cup anemometer to the left side, 1180 m


from THR 31 and 70 m from RWY 13/31
centerline.

- Telepsychrometer to the left side, 389 m from


THR 13 and 95 m from RWY 13/31 centerline.

- Telepluviometer to the left side, 393 m from


THR 13 and 96 m from RWY 13/31 centerline.

- Laser ceilometer to the left side, 385 m from


THR 13 and 94 m from RWY 13/31 centerline.

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


GEN 3.5-10 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
BELO HORIZONTE/ Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service H24 NIL
Tancredo Neves - Special SPECI provided
INTL, MG TAF at airport: CMA* (1 thru 9).
SBCF SYNOP
TEL: (31) 3689-2014, TEL/FAX: (31) 3689-2532.
- 1º Cup anemometer on the right side 375m
from
THR 16 and 135m from RWY 16/34 centerline.

- 2º Cup anemometer on the left side 305m from


THR 34 and 97m from RWY 16/34 centerline.

- 3º Cup anemometer (emergency) on the right


side 1400m from THR 16 and 109m from RWY
16/34 centerline.

- Telepluviometer on the right side, 380m from


THR 16 and 135m from RWY 16/34 centerline.

- Ceilometer of RWY 16/34 centerline overrun,


1060m from THR 16.

- Transmissometer transmitter 01 on the right


side, 380m from THR 16 and 120m from RWY
16/34 centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 01 on the right side,


4551m from THR 16 and 120m from RWY 16/34
centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter 02 on the left


side, 355m from THR 34 and 97m from
RWY 16/34 centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 02 on the left side,


430m from THR 34 and 97m from RWY 16/34
centerline.
BOA VISTA/ Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office.Service provided H24 NIL
Atlas Brasil Special SPECI at airport: CMA (1 thru 9).
Catanhede - INTL, RR TAF TEL/FAX: (95) 4009-1174. CMM (1 a 9).
SBBV SYNOP
- ACFT anemometer on the right side 1050m
from TWR 08 and 350m from RWY 08/26
centerline.
BOM JESUS DA Hourly and METAR - Class III Meteorological Office. Service MON TIL FRI NIL
LAPA/ Special SPECI provided at airport: CMA (1 thru 4). 0915-2045
OPR
Bom Jesus da TAF TEL: (77) 3481-4519. INFRAERO.
Lapa, BA SYNOP
SBLP - ACFT anemometer on the left side 505m
from THR 18 and 350m from RWY 18/36
centerline.

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 3.5-11
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
BRASÍLIA/Presidente Hourly and METAR - Class I Meteorological Office. Service provided H24 NIL
Juscelino Kubitscheck Special SPECI at airport: CMA* (1 thru 11).
- INTL, DF TAF TEL: (61) 3365-1769, 3364-8556. CMM (1 thru
SBBR SYNOP 12). TEL: (61) 3364-8724.
(83378) TEMP
PILOT - 1° Cup anemometer on the right side, 390m
from
THR 11 and 120m from RWY 11/29 centerline.

- 2° Cup anemometer on the left side, 300m


from
THR 29 and 120m from RWY 11/29 centerline.

- 3° Cup anemometer (emergency) on the right


side,1625m from THR 11 and 120m from
RWY 11/29 centerline.

- Ceilometer at the lengthening of RWY 11/29


centerline , 1100m from THR 11 and next to the
middle marker.

- Telepluviometer on the right side, 385m from


THR 11 and 120m from RWY 11/29 centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter 01 on the right


side, 315m from THR 11 and 120m from RWY
11/29 centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 01 on the right side,


390m from THR 11 and 120m from RWY 11/29
centerline.

- Transmissometer transmiter 02 on the left side,


300m from THR 29 and 120m from RWY 11/29
centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 02 on the left side,


375m from THR 29 and 120m from RWY 11/29
centerline.
CAMPINA GRANDE/ Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service 0915-0300 NIL
Presidente João Special SPECI provided at airport: CMA (1 thru 9). OPR
Suassuna, PB SBKG TAF TEL: (83) 3332-9026. INFRAERO
SYNOP
- ACFT anemometer on the left side 830m
from THR 15 and 130m from RWY 15/33
centerline.
CAMPINAS/ Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service H24 NIL
Viracopos - INTL, SP Special SPECI provided OPR
SBKP TAF at airport: CMA (1 thru 9). INFRAERO
SYNOP TEL: (19) 3725-5051.

- ACFT anemometer on the right side 1470m


from THR 15 and 794m RWY 15/33 centerline.

- Telepsychrometer 629m on the right side of


THR 15 and 117m from RWY 15/33 centerline.

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


GEN 3.5-12 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
CAMPO GRANDE/ Hourly and METAR -Aerodrome MET Office. Self-service system (1) H24 NIL
Campo Grande - Special SPECI provided at the airport: CMA (1 through 9). (2)1000/
INTL, MS TAF 0200. Others
SBCG SYNOP - Anemometer on the right side of RWY 06/24 HR O/R by
365M from THR 06 and 100M from RWY 06/24 TEL (67)
centerline. 3368 - 3187
(67) 3368-
3188 and
(67) 3314-
7521, with
one hour of
antecedence
intended
schedule.
CAMPOS DOS Hourly and METAR - 2nd class MET office, self-service. 0915-0200. TEMP REF.=
GOITACAZES/ Special SPECI TEL: (22) 2726-6427. OPR 34.1ºC
Bartolomeu Lisandro, TAF INFRAERO.
RJ SYNOP - Cup anemometer the left side of THR 07, 108m
SBCP from RWY 07/25 centerline and 24m from TWY
side.

- Telepsychrometer on the left side of THR 07,


108m from RWY 07/25 centerline and 39m from
TWY side.

- Telepluviometer on the left side of THR 07,


108m from RWY 07/25 centerline and 44m from
TWY side.
CORUMBÁ/ Corumbá Hourly and METAR Aerodrome MET Office. Self-service system 1000-0000 NIL
- INTL, MS Special SPECI provided at the airport: CMA (1 through 9).
SBCR TAF
SYNOP - ACFT anemometer on the right side 1620m
from THR 09 and 235m from RWY 09/27
centerline.
CUIABÁ/ Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office.Service provided 1000-0000 NIL
Marechal Rondon - Special SPECI at airport: CMA (1 thru 9).
INTL, MT TAF TEL/FAX: (65) 3682-0355.
SBCY SYNOP
- 1º Cup anemometer on the right side, 380m
from THR 35 and 100m from RWY 17/35
centerline.

- 2º Cup anemometer (emergency) on the right


side, 725m from THR 35 and 100m from RWY
17/35 centerline.

- Telepluviometer on the right side, 385m from


THR 35 and 100m from RWY 17/35.

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 3.5-13
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
CURITIBA/ Afonso Hourly and METAR - Aerodrome MET Office. Self-service system H24 NIL
Pena - INTL, PR Special SPECI provided at the airport: CMA (1 through 9).
SBCT TAF
SYNOP - 1º Cup anemometer on the left side 370m from
THR 15 and 120m from RWY 15/33 centerline.

- 2º Cup anemometer on the left side 1304m


from
THR 15 and 121m from RWY 15/33 centerline.

- 3º Cup anemometer on the right side 274m


from
THR 33 and 116m from RWY 15/33 centerline.

- Telepsychrometer on the left side, 1319m from


THR 15 and 120m from RWY 15/33 centerline.

- Telepluviometer on the left side, 1314m from


THR 15 and 120m from RWY 15/33 centerline.

- Ceilometer on the right side of RWY 15/33


centerline overrun, 1204m from THR 15 and
near
to middle marker.

- Transmissometer transmitter 01 on the left side


295m from THR 15 and 110m from RWY 15/33
centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 01 on the left side,


370m from THR 15 and 111m from RWY 15/33
centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter 02 on the right


side, 274m from THR 33 and 105m from RWY
15/33 centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 02 on the right side,


351m from THR 33 and 105m from RWY 15/33
centerline.
CURITIBA/ Bacacheri, Hourly and METAR -Aerodrome MET Office. Self-service system 1000-0100 NIL
PR Special SPECI provided at the airport: CMA (1 through 9).
SBBI TAF
SYNOP - Aeronave anemometer no the right side, 695m
from THR 18 and 90m RWY 18/36 centerline.

- Telepluviometer on the right side, 690m from


THR 18 and 90m from RWY 18/36 centerline.
FERNANDO DE Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service 0800-2200 NIL
NORONHA/Fernando Special SPECI provided
de Noronha, PE TAF at airport: CMA (1 thru 9)
SBFN SYNOP TEL/FAX: (81) 3619-1136.

- ACFT anemometer on the right side 768m


from THR 12 and 150m from RWY 12/30
centerline.

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


GEN 3.5-14 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
FLORIANÓPOLIS/ Hourly and METAR - Aerodrome MET Office. Self-service system (1) H24 NIL
Hercílio Luz, SC Special SPECI provided at the airport CMA (1 through 9). CMM
SBFL TAF (2) (1 through 9).
SYNOP
- 1st Cup anemometer on the right side, 464m
from THR 14 and 126m from RWY 14/32
centerline.

- 2nd Cup anemometer on the left side, 1146m


from THR 14 and 91m from RWY 14/32
centerline.

- 3rd Cup anemometer on the right side, 341m


from THR 32 and 97m from RWY 14/32
centerline.

- Telepsychrometer on the left side, 1154m from


THR 14 and 83m from RWY 14/32 centerline.

- Telepluviometer on the left side, 1146m from


THR 14 and 83m from RWY 14/32 centerline.

- Laser Ceilometer of RWY 14/32 centerline


overrun, on the right side, 892m from THR 14
and 8m from RWY 14/32 centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter 01 on the right


side, 389m from THR 14 aznd 117m from RWY
14/32 centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 01 on the right side,


464m from THR 14 and 117m from RWY 14/32
centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter 02 on the right


side, 340m from THR 32 and 91m from RWY
14/32 centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 02 on the right side,


415m from THR 32 and 91m from RWY 14/32
centerline.
FORTALEZA/ Pinto Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service (1) H24 NIL
Martins, CE Special SPECI provided at airport: CMA (1 thru 9)(1), CMM (2) 0930-
SBFZ TAF (1 thru 12)(2). 2130
SYNOP TEL: (85) 3392-1602, FAX: (85) 3392-1649.

- Cup anemometer on the left side 440m from


THR 13 and 90m from RWY 13/31 centerline.

- Telepsychrometer 425m from THR 13 and 90m


from RWY 13/31.

- Telepluviometer 420m from THR 13 and 90m


from RWY 13/31 centerline.

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 3.5-15
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
FOZ DO IGUAÇU/ Hourly and METAR - Aerodrome MET Office. Self-service system H24 NIL
Cataratas - INTL, PR Special SPECI provided at the airport: CMA (1 through 9).
SBFI TAF
SYNOP - 1st Anemometer - sonic, to the right side, 300
m from THR 14 and 75 m from RWY 14/32
centerline and unlighted.

- 2nd Anemometer - sonic, to the right side, 380


m from THR 32 and 75 m from RWY 14/32
centerline and unlighted.

- 3rd Anemometer - sonic (emergency), to the


right side, 305 m from THR 14 and 75 m from
RWY 14/32 centerline and unlighted.

- Telepluviometer, to the right side, 310 m from


THR 14 and 75 m from RWY 14/32 centerline.

- Transmissometer (Tx and Rx), to the right side,


305 m from THR 14 and 65 m from RWY 14/32
centerline.

- Transmissometer (Tx and Rx), to the right side,


385 m from THR 14 and 65 m from RWY 14/32
centerline.
GOIANÁ/ Regional METAR MON TIL FRI NIL
Zona da Mata, MG SPECI 1100/2359,
SBZM TAF SAT 1100/
2130, SUN
1200/2359
GOIÂNIA/ Santa Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service H24 NIL
Genoveva, GO Special SPECI provided at airport: CMA (1 thru 9). OPR
SBGO TAF TEL: (62) 3265-1579. INFRAERO
SYNOP
- ACFT anemometer on the right side, 830m
from THR 14 and 350m from RWY 14/32
centerline.
GUARATINGUETÁ/ Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service 0900-2300 NIL
Guaratinguetá, SP Special SPECI provided at airport: CMA (1 thru 9).
SBGW TAF TEL: (12) 3122-2110.
SYNOP
- ACFT anemometer on the right side 420m
from THR 02 and 216m from RWY 02/20
centerline.
GUARUJÁ/ Base Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service 0900-2300 NIL
Aérea de Santos, SP Special SPECI provided at airport: CMA (1 thru 4).
SBST TAF TEL: (13) 3352-1734.
SYNOP
-ACFT anemometer on the right side 35m
from THR 17 and 233m fromRWY 17/35
centerline.

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


GEN 3.5-16 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
ILHÉUS/Bahia Jorge Hourly and METAR - CMA 2 H24 TEMP REF.
Amado, BA Special SPECI Service provided: CMA (1 thru 9). OPR =30,1°C
SBIL TAF TEL: (73) 3234-4023. INFRAERO
SYNOP
- 1st Cup anemometer on the right side 360m
from THR 11 and 100m from RWY 11/29
centerline.

- 2nd Cup anemometer (emergency) on the right


side, 750m from THR 11 and 100m from RWY
11/29 centerline.

- Ceilometer on the right side, 345m from THR


11
and 100m from RWY 11/29.

- Telepluviometer on the right side, 365m from


THR 11 and 100m from RWY 11/29 centerline.
IMPERATRIZ/ Hourly and METAR - Class III Meteorological Office.Service 0815-0145 NIL
Prefeito Renato Special SPECI provided at airport: CMA (1 thru 4). OPR
Moreira, MA TAF TEL/FAX: (99) 3524-4993. INFRAERO
SBIZ SYNOP
- ACFT anemometer on the right side 1200m
from THR 07 and 130m from RWY 07/25
centerline.
JOÃO PESSOA/ Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office.Service provided H24 NIL
Presidente Castro Special SPECI at airport: CMA (1 thru 9). OPR
Pinto, PB TAF TEL: (83) 3041-4233. INFRAERO
SBJP SYNOP
- ACFT anemometer on the right side,1468m
from THR 34, on the left side, 1055m from
THR 16, 131m from RWY 16/34 centerline.
JOINVILLE/ Lauro Hourly and METAR - 2nd class MET briefing office. Self-service. 0845-0200 NIL
Carneiro de Loyola, Special SPECI - Main MET site to the left side, 358M from THR OPR
SC TAF 33 and 104M from RWY 33/15 centerline. INFRAERO
SBJV SYNOP - Secondary MET site o the left side, 222M from
THR 15 and 96M from RWY 33/15 centerline.
- Transmissometer transmitter to the left side
378M from THR 33 and 101M from RWY 33/15
centerline.
- Transmissometer receiver to the left side 386M
from THR 33 and 101M from RWY 33/15
centerline.
JUIZ DE FORA/ Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office.Service provided DLY NIL
Francisco de Assis, Special SPECI at airport: CMA (1 thru 4). 1100-1500
MG TAF TEL: (32) 3233-2224. 1600-2100.
SBJF SYNOP
- ACFT anemometer on the right side, 200m
from THR 03 and 90m from RWY 03/21
centerline.
JUNDIAÍ/ Aeroporto Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office.Service provided 1000-2200 NIL
Estadual de Jundiaí, Special SPECI at airport: CMA (1 thru 9).
SP SYNOP TEL: (19) 3725-5051.
SBJD

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 3.5-17
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
LAGOA SANTA/ Hourly and METAR Class II Meteorological Oficce. 0900-0100 NIL
Lagoa Santa, MG Special SPECI Service provided at airport CMA (1 thru 9).
TEL/FAX: (31)3689-3207
Meteorological site at left side, 350m from THR
13
and 75m from RWY 13/31 centerline, equipped
with the following instruments:
- Teleanemometer
- Telebarometer
- Telethermometer
- Telepsychrometer
- Telepluviometer
- Ceilometer
Meteorological site at right side, 360m from THR
31
and 75m from RWY 13/31 centerline, equipped
with
the following instruments:
- Teleanemometer
LONDRINA/ Hourly and METAR - 2nd class MET office, self-service. H24 NIL
Governador José Special SPECI TEL: (43) 3337-5576. OPR
Richa, PR TAF INFRAERO
SBLO SYNOP - Cup anemometer on right side and 350m from
THR 13 and 64m from RWY 13/31 centerline.

- Telepsychrometer 366m from THR 13 and 64m


from RWY 13/31 centerline.

- Telepluviometer 370m from THR 13 and 64m


from RWY 13/31 centerline.
MACAÉ/ Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service H24 NIL
Macaé, RJ Special SPECI provided OPR
SBME TAF at airport: CMA (1 thru 9). INFRAERO
SYNOP TEL: (22) 2763-5717.

- Cup anemometer on the left side, 651m from


THR 06 and 101m from RWY 06/24 centerline.

- Telepsychrometer on the left side, 671m from


THR 06 and 101m from RWY 06/24 centerline.

- Telepluviometer on the left side, 681m from


THR 06 and 101m from RWY 06/24 centerline.
MACAPÁ/ Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service H24 NIL
Alberto Alcolumbre - Special SPECI provided OPR
INTL, AP TAF at airport: CMA (1 thru 9). INFRAERO
SBMQ SYNOP TEL: +55 (96) 3223-5799.

- ACFT anemometer on the right side 306m


from THR 08 and 105m from RWY 08/26
centerline.
MACEIÓ/ Zumbi dos Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service H24 NIL
Palmares, AL Special SPECI provided
SBMO TAF at airport: CMA (1 thru 9).
SYNOP TEL/FAX: (82) 3322-1773 extension 323.

- Cup anemometer on left side and 304m from


THR 12 and 72m from RWY 12/30 centerline.

- Telepsychrometer 320m from THR 12 and 72m


from RWY 12/30 centerline.

- Telepluviometer 326m from THR 12 and 72m


from RWY 12/30 centerline.

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


GEN 3.5-18 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
MANAUS/ Eduardo Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service H24 NIL
Gomes - INTL, AM Special SPECI provided at airport: CMA* (1 thru 11).
SBEG TAF TEL/FAX (92) 3652-5374 and (92) 3652-5375.
(82338) SYNOP
TEMP - 1st Cup anemometer on the left side and 445m
PILOT from THR 10 and 122m from RWY centerline.

- 2nd Cup anemometer on the left side and


502m from THR 10 and 120m from RWY
centerline.

- 1st Telepsychrometer on the left side 503m


from THR 10 and 120m from RWY centerline.

- 2nd Telepsychrometer on the left side 1749m


from THR 10 and 231m from RWY centerline.

- Celiometer on the right side, 03m from THR 10


and 188m from RWY 10/28 centerline.

- Transmissometer transmiter on the left side,


324m from THR 10 and 123m from RWY 10/28
centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver on the left side,


400m from THR 10 and 123m from RWY 10/28
centerline.
MANAUS/ Ponta Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service H24 NIL
Pelada, AM Special SPECI provided at airport:
SBMN TAF TEL/FAX: (92) 3652-5910 and 3652-5898.
SYNOP CMM: (1 a 12).

- Cup anemometer on the right side, 189m from


THR 09 and 122m from RWY 09/27 centerline.

- Telepsychrometer on the left side, 456m from


THR 09 and 182m from RWY 09/27 centerline.

- Telepluviometer on the left side, 456m from


THR 09 and 182m from RWY 09/27 centerline.

- Ceilometer on the left side, 122m from THR 09


and 62m from RWY 09/27 centerline.
MARINGÁ/ Regional Hourly and METAR - Service provided: CMA (1 thru 9) TEL/FAX: 0830-1130 NIL
de Maringá, Silvio Special SPECI (44) and 2000-
Name Junior, PR TAF 3366-3829 2300 OPR
SBMG TERMINAIS
AEREOS DE
MARINGA -
SBMG S/A
MONTES CLAROS/ Hourly and METAR - 2nd class MET office. Service provided at the MON TIL NIL
Mário Ribeiro, MG Special SPECI airport: self-service. SUN
SBMK TAF 0800-0400
SYNOP - 1st Cup anemometer to the left side, 340 m OPR
from THR 12 and 72 m from RWY 12/30 INFRAERO
centerline.

- 2nd Cup anemometer to the right side, 1050 m


from THR 30 and 78 m from RWY 12/30
centerline.

- Telepsychrometer to the left side, 340 m from


THR 12 and 72 m from RWY 12/30 centerline.

- Telepluviometer to the left side, 340 m from


THR 12 and 72 m from RWY 12/30 centerline.

- Laser ceilometer to the left side, 335 m from


THR 12 and 72 m from RWY 12/30 centerline.

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 3.5-19
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
NATAL/ Augusto Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service NIL
Severo - INTL, RN Special SPECI provided at airport: CMM (1 thru 12) MON TIL
SBNT TAF TEL: (84) 3644-7639, FAX (84) 3644-7234. FRI:
SYNOP 0900-2100
- 1 st Cup anemometer on the right side, 385m
from THR 16L and 120m from RWY 16L/34R
centerline.

- 2 nd Cup anemometer on the left side, 392m


from THR 34R and 120m from RWY 16L/34R
centerline.

- 3 rd Cup anemometer (emergency) on the right


side, 1040m from THR 16L and 120m from
RWY 16L/34R centerline.

- Ceilometer on the right side, 280m from THR


16L and 120m from RWY 16L/34R centerline.

- Telepsychrometer on the right side, 385m from


THR 16L and 120m from RWY 16L/34R
centerline.

- Telepluviometer on the right side, 390m from


THR 16L and 120m from RWY 16L/34R
centerline.

- Transmissometer transmiter 01 on the right


side,
300m from THR 16L and 120m from RWY
16L/34R centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 01 on the right side,


375m from THR 16L and 120m from RWY
16L/34R centerline.

- Transmissometer transmiter 02 on the left side,


382m from THR 34R and 120m from RWY
16L/34R centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 02 on the left side,


307m from THR 34R and 120m from RWY
16L/34R centerline.
NAVEGANTES/ Hourly and METAR - 2nd class MET office, self-service. 0910-0300 NIL
Ministro Victor Special SPECI TEL: (47) 3342-9243. OPR
Konder - INTL, SC SYNOP INFRAERO
SBNF - 1st Cup anemometer on the left side, 340m
from
RWY 25 and 110m from RWY 07/25 centerline.

- 2nd Cup anemometer (emergency) on the right


side, 687m from RWY 07 and 100m from RWY
07/25 centerline.

- Ceilometer on the left side, 330m from RWY 25


and 110m from RWY 07/25 centerline.

- Telepluviometer on the left side, 345m from


RWY 25 and 110m from RWY 07/25 centerline.
PALMAS/ Brigadeiro Hourly and METAR - TAF Class II Meteorological Office. Service H24 NIL
Lysias Rodrigues, TO Special SPECI provided at airport: CMA (1 thru 9) OPR
SBPJ SYNOP TEL: (63) 3219-3755. INFRAERO
TAF
PARAUAPEBAS/ Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service 1015-2130 NIL
Carajás, PA Special SPECI provided at airport: CMA (1:9) OPR
SBCJ TAF TEL:3327-1215 INFRAERO
(82567) SYNOP

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


GEN 3.5-20 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
PETROLINA / Sen. Hourly and METAR - TAF Class II Meteorological Office. Service H24 NIL
Nilo Coelho, PE Special SPECI provided at airport: CMA (1 thru 9) OPR
SBPL TAF INFRAERO
SYNOP - TEL: (87) 3863-0666.

- ACFT anemometer on the right side 396m


from THR 13 and 276m from RWY 13/31
centerline.
PIRASSUNUNGA/ Hourly and METAR - TAF Class II Meteorological Office. Service 0900-0200 NIL
Campos Special SPECI provided at airport: CMM* (1 thru 12) BTN
Fontenelle,SP SBYS TAF 0200/0900
SYNOP - TEL: (19) 3565-7472. O/R TO
ACADEMY
COMMAND
24H IN
ADVANCE
PORTO ALEGRE / Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service 0900-0300 NIL
Canoas, RS Special SPECI provided
SBCO TAF at airport: CMM* (1 thru 12).
SYNOP TEL: (51) 3462-5396.

- 1º Cup anemometer on the left side, 206m


from
THR 12 and 141m from RWY 12/30 centerline.

- 2º Cup anemometer on the left side, 1341m


from
THR 12 and 141m from RWY 12/30 centerline.

- 3º Cup anemometer on the right side, 133m


from
THR 30 and 156m from RWY 12/30 centerline.

- Telepsychrometer on the left side, 1342m from


THR 12 and 133m from RWY 12/30 centerline.

- Telepluviometer on the left side, 1333m from


THR 12 and 133m from RWY 12/30 centerline.

- Laser Ceilometer on the left side, of RWY 12/


30
centerline overrun, 290m from THR 12 and 80m
from RWY 12/30 centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter 01 on the left


side,
207m from THR 12 and 133m from RWY 12/30
centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 01 on the left side,


282m from THR 12 and 133m from RWY 12/30
centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter 02 on the right


side
58m from THR 30 and 148m, from RWY 12/30
centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 02 on the righ side,


132m from THR 30 and 148m from RWY 12/30
centerline.

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 3.5-21
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
PORTO ALEGRE / Hourly and METAR - Aerodrome MET Office. Self-service system H24 NIL
Salgado Filho, RS Special SPECI provided at the airport: CMA (1 through 9).
SBPA TAF
(83971) SYNOP - 1º Cup anemometer on the right side and
TEMP 491m
PILOT from THR 11 and 105m from RWY 11/29
centerline.

- 2º Cup anemometer on the left side and 446m


from THR 29 and 105m from RWY 11/29
centerline.

- 3º Cup anemometer (emergency) on the left


side and 1215m from THR 29 and 105m from
RWY 11/29 centerline.

- Ceilometer on the of RWY 11/29 centerline


overrun, 386m from THR 11.

- Transmissometer transmitter 01 on the right


side, 386m from THR 11 and 105m from
RWY 11/29 centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 01 on the right side,


461m from THR 11 and 105m from RWY 11/29
centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter 02 on the left side


356m from THR 29 and 105m from RWY 11/29
centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 02 on the left side,


431m from THR 29 and 105m from RWY 11/29
centerline.

- Telepluviometer on the right side, 496m from


THR 11 and 105m from RWY 11/29 centerline.
PORTO SEGURO / Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service H24 NIL
Porto Seguro, BA Special SPECI provided
SBPS TAF at airport: CMA (1 thru 9).
SYNOP TEL/FAX: (73) 3461-8261

- 1° cup anemometer on right side, 340m from


RWY 10 and 110m from RWY 10/28 centerline.

- 2° cup anemometer (emergency) on the right


side, 750m from RWY 10 and 110m from RWY
10/28 centerline.

- Ceilometer on the right side, 330m from RWY


10 and 110m from RWY 10/28 centerline.

- Telepluviometer on the right side, 345m from


RWY 10 and 110m from RWY 10/28 centerline.
PORTO VELHO / Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service H24 NIL
Gov. Jorge Teixeira Special SPECI provided
de Oliveira, RO SBPV TAF at airport: CMA (1 thru 9)
SYNOP TEL/FAX: (69) 3225-3176 and 32119961.
CMM (1a12).

- Cup anemometer on the left side, 380m from


THR 01 and 55m from RWY 01/19 centerline.

- Telepsychrometer on the left side, 395m from


THR 01 and 55m from RWY 01/19 centerline.

- Telepluviometer on the left side, 399m from


THR 01 and 55m from RWY 01/19 centerline.

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


GEN 3.5-22 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
PRESIDENTE Hourly and METAR - 2nd class MET office, self-service. H24 NIL
PRUDENTE / Special SPECI TEL: (18) 3222-9855. OPR
Presidente Prudente, TAF INFRAERO
SP SBDN SYNOP - ACFT anemometer on the left side 235m
from THR 30 and 242m from RWY 12/30
centerline.
RECIFE / Guararapes Hourly and METAR - Class I Meteorological Office. Service provided 0930/2130. NIL
– GilbertoFreyre, INTL Special SPECI at airport: CMM* (1 thru 12) TEL: (81) 2129- HR 2131/
- PE TAF 8217. 0929 O/R
SBRF SYNOP CMV TEL
TEND - 1º Cup anemometer on the right side, 550m (81) 2129-
from THR 18 and 90m from RWY 18/36 8094 and
centerline. 2129-8093.

- 2º Cup anemometer on the left side, 324,7m


from THR 36 and 90m fromRWY 18/36
centerline.

- 3º Cup anemometer (emergency) on the left


side, 1400m from THR 36 and 90m from RWY
18/36 centerline.

- Ceilometer on RWY 18/36 centerline overrun,


100m from THR 18.

- Telepluviometer on the right side, 555m from


THR 18 and 90m from RWY 18/36 centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter 01 on right side,


465m from THR 18 and 90m from RWY 18/36
centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 01 on right side,


540m from THR 18 and 90m from RWY 18/36
centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter 02 on left side,


239,7m from THR 36 and 90m from RWY 18/36
centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 02 on left side,


314,7m from THR 36 and 90m from RWY 18/36
centerline.
RIBEIRÃO PRETO / Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office.Service provided H24 NIL
Leite Lopes, SP Special SPECI at airport: CMA (1 thru 9). OPR
SBRP TAF TEL: (16) 3626-3426. INFRAERO.
SYNOP
- ACFT anemometer on the left side, 890m
from THR 36 and 118m from RWY 18/36
centerline.

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 3.5-27
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
SANTA MARIA / Hourly and METAR - Aerodrome MET Office. Self-service system 0900-0300 NIL
Santa Maria, RS Special SPECI provided at the airport: CMA (1 through 9).
SBSM TAF
SYNOP - 1st Ultrasonic anemometer to the right side,
438 m from THR 11 and 150 m from RWY 11/29
centerline.

- 2nd Ultrasonic anemometer to the right side,


1384 m from THR 11 and 106 m from RWY 11/
29 centerline.

- Telepsychrometer to the right side, 1392 m


from THR 11 and 118 m from RWY 11/29
centerline.

- Telepluviometer to the right side, 1388 m from


THR 11 and 113 m from RWY 11/29 centerline.

- Laser ceilometer in the extended centerline of


RWY 11/29, 900 m from THR 11.

- Transmissometer transmitter, 01 to the right


side, 333 m from THR 11 and 115 m from RWY
11/29 centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter, 01 to the right


side, 407 m from THR 11 and 115 m from RWY
11/29 centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter, 03 to the right


side, 100 m from RWY 02/20 and 115 m from
RWY 11/29 centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter, 03 to the right


side, 70 m from RWY 02/20 and 115 m from
RWY 11/29 centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter, 02 to the left


side, 290 m from THR 29 and 85 m from RWY
11/29 centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter, 02 to the left


side, 365 m from THR 29 and 85 m from RWY
11/29 centerline.
SANTARÉM / Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service H24 NIL
Santarém, PA SBSN Special SPECI provided at airport: CMA (1 thru 9). OPR
TAF TEL: (93) 3523-2040. INFRAERO
SYNOP
- ACFT anemometer on the right side 1800m
from THR 10 and 151m from RWY
10/28 centerline, next to the WDI.

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


GEN 3.5-28 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
SÃO JOSÉ DOS Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service H24 NIL
CAMPOS / Professor Special SPECI provided
Urbano Ernesto TAF at airport: CMA* (1 thru 9).
Stumpf, SP SBSJ SYNOP TEL: (12) 3947-3412.

- 1º Cup anemometer on the left side, 510m


from
THR 15 and 100m from RWY 15/33 centerline.

- 2º Cup anemometer on the left side, 425m


from
THR 33 and 90m from RWY 15/33 centerline.

- 3º Cup anemometer (emergency) on the left


side, 1230m from THR 15 and 100m from RWY
15/33 centerline.

- Ceilometer at the lengthening of RWY 15/33


centerline, 1050m from THR 15 and next to
middle marker.

- Telepsychrometer on the left side, 510m from


THR 15 and 100m from RWY 15/33 centerline.

- Telepluviometer on the left side, 515m from


THR
15 and 100m from RWY 15/33 centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter 01 on the left


side
425m from THR 15 and 100m from RWY 15/33
centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 01 on the left side,


500m from THR 15 and100m from RWY 15/33
centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter 02 on the left


side,
415m from THR 33 and 90m from RWY 15/33
centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 02 on the left side,


340m from THR 33 and 90m from RWY 15/33
centerline.
SÃO LUÍS / Marechal Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service H24 NIL
Cunha Machado - Special SPECI provided
INTL, MA TAF at airport: CMA (1 thru 9).
SBSL SYNOP TEL: (98) 3245-1553, (98) 4009-4328.

- Cup anemometer on the left side, 350m from


THR 06 and 65m from RWY 06/24 centerline.

- Telepsychrometer on the left side, 365m from


THR 06 and 65m from RWY 06/24 centerline.

- Telepluviometer on the left side, 370m from


THR 06 and 65m from RWY 06/24 centerline.

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 3.5-29
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
SÃO PAULO / Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service H24 NIL
Congonhas, SP SBSP Special SPECI provided
TAF at airport: CMA* (1 thru 9).
SYNOP TEL: (11) 2112-3461.

- ACFT anemometer on the left side 330m


from THR 17R and 175m from RWY 17R/35L
centerline.

- ACFT anemometer on the left side 422m


from THR 35L and 305m from RWY 17R/35L
centerline.

- Ceilometer 1260m from THR 17R and near


middle marker.

-Telepsychrometer 324m from THR 17R and


113m
from RWY 17R/35L centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter 01 on the left side


327m from THR 17R.

- Transmissometer receiver 01 on the left side


402m from THR 17R.

- Transmissometer transmitter 02 on the right


side
342m from THR 35L.

- Transmissometer receiver 02 on the right side


413m from THR 35L.

- Telepluviometer 331m from THR 17R and


113m
from RWY 17R/35L centerline.

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


GEN 3.5-30 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
SÃO PAULO / Hourly and METAR - Class I Meteorological Office. Service provided H24 NIL
Guarulhos, Special SPECI at airport: CMA* (1 thru 11). OPR
Governador André TAF TEL: (11) 2445-2179, 2445-3205 ou INFRAERO
Franco Montoro - SYNOP TEL/FAX: (11) 2445-2938.
INTL, SP
- 1st Cup anemometer in the right side, 435m
SBGR from THR 09R and 120m fromRWY 09R/27L,
(Continuation) centerline

- 2nd Cup anemometer on the left side, 450m


from THR 27L and 130m fromRWY 09L/27R
centerline.

- 3rd Cup anemometer on the right side, 455m


from THR 09L and 117,05m from RWY 09L/27R
centerline.

- 4th Cup anemometer on the left side, 440m


from
THR 27R and 120m from RWY 09L/27R
centerline

- 1st Laser ceilometer at the lengthening of


RWY
09R/27L overrun, 350m from THR 09R and next
to middle marker.

- 2nd Laser ceilometer at the lengthening of


RWY
09L/27R overrun, 940m from THR 09L and next
to the middle marker.

- 3rd Laser ceilometer at the lengthening of


RWY
09R/27L overrun, 910mfrom THR 27L and next
middle marker.

- Telepluviometer on the right side, 1550m from


THR 09R and 120m from RWY 09R/27L
centerline

- Telepsychrometer on the right side, 1545m


from
THR 09R and 120m from RWY 09R/27L
centerline

- Transmissometer transmitter 01 on the right


side 405m from THR 09R and 120m from RWY
09R/27L centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 01 on the right side,


325m from THR 09R and 125m from RWY 09R/
27L centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter 02 on the left


side,
420m from THR 27L and 120m from RWY 09R/
27L centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 02 on the left side,


346m from THR 27R and120m from RWY 09R/
27L centerline.

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AIP GEN 3.5-31
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
- Transmissometer transmitter 03 on the right
side 425m from THR 09L and 117,50m from
RWY 09L/27R centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 03 on the right side,


350m from THR 09L and 117,50m from RWY
09L/27R centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter 04 on the left


side,
410m from THR 27R and 120m from RWY
09L/27R centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 04 on the left side,


335m from THR 27R and 120m from RWY 09L/
27R centerline.
SÃO PAULO / Hourly and - Transmissometer transmitter 05 on the right NIL
Guarulhos, Special side,
Governador André 1725m from THR 09R and 120m from RWY
Franco Montoro - 09R/27L centerline.
INTL, SP
- Transmissometer receiver 05 on the right side,
SBGR 1577m from THR 09R and 122m from RWY
(Continuation) 09R/27L centerline.

- Transmissometer transmitter 06 on the left


side,
1800m from THR 27R and 125m from RWY
09L/27R centerline.

- Visibilimeter receiver 06 on the left side,


1650m
from THR 27R and 131m from RWY 09L/27R
centerline.

- Transmissometer receiver 06 on the left side,


1650m from THR 27R and131m from RWY
09L/27R centerline.
SÃO PAULO / Campo Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service 0900-0200 NIL
de Marte, SP Special SPECI provided
SBMT TAF at airport: CMA (1 thru 9).
SYNOP TEL: (11) 2221-0428.

- ACFT anemometer on the left side 260m


from THR 30 and 245m from RWY 12/30
centerline.
SÃO PEDRO DA Hourly and METAR - Military Meteorological Center* 0900-2100 NIL
ALDEIA/ São Pedro Special SPECI - Service issued at CMM airport*
da Aldeia, RJ TAF (1 to 11)
SBES - TEL: (22) 2621-4094
- FAX: (22) 2621-4281
- Meteorological site at THR 07,
equipped with the following instruments:
- Teleanemometer;
- Telebarometer;
- Telethermometer;
- Telepsychrometer;
- Telepluviometer;
- Trasmissometer Trasmitter 01, and
- Trasmissometer Receiver 01.
- Meteorological site at THR 25, equipped with
THR
following instruments:
- Teleanemometer;
- Ceilometer;
- Transmissometer Transmitter 02, and
Transmissometer Receiver 02.

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


GEN 3.5-32 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
TABATINGA / Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service 1100-2300 NIL
Tabatinga - INTL, AM Special SPECI provided at airport: CMA (1 thru 9).
SBTT TAF TEL: (97) 3412-2900. FAX: (97) 3412-3310
SYNOP
- ACFT anemometer on the left side 354m
from THR 12 and 394m from RWY 12/30
centerline.

- Fuess anemometer on the right side 1786 from


THR 30 and 378m from RWY 12/30 centerline.
TAUBATÉ / Base de Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service 0900-0300 NIL
Aviação de Taubaté, Special SPECI provided at airport: CMA (1 thru 4).
SP TAF TEL: (12) 2123-7446
SBTA SYNOP
- ACFT anemometer on the left side 1000m
from THR 01 and 225m from RWY 01/19
centerline.
TERESINA / Senador Hourly and METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service H24 NIL
Petrônio Portella, PI Special SPECI provided at airport: CMA (1 thru 9). OPR
SBTE TAF TEL: (86) 3133-6271. INFRAERO
SYNOP
- ACFT anemometer on the left side 1000m
from THR 02 and 225m from RWY 02/20
centerline.
UBERABA / Mário de Hourly and METAR - 2nd class MET office. Service provided at the H24 NIL
Almeida Franco, MG Special SPECI airport: self-service. OPR
SBUR SYNOP INFRAERO
- 1st Cup anemometer to the right side, 338 m
from THR 35 and 90 m from RWY 17/35
centerline.

- 2nd Cup anemometer to the left side, 800 m


from THR 17 and 117 m from RWY 17/35
centerline.

- 1st Telepsychrometer to the right side, 338 m


from THR 35 and 90 m from RWY 17/35
centerline.

- 2nd Telepsychrometer to the left side, 879 m


from THR 17 and 90 m from RWY 17/35
centerline.

- Telepluviometer to the right side, 338 m from


THR 35 and 90 m from RWY 17/35 centerline.

- Ceilometer to the right side, 338 m from THR


35 and 90 m from RWY 17/35 centerline.

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 3.5-33
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
UBERLÂNDIA / Ten. Horárias e METAR - 2nd class MET office. Service provided at the H24 NIL
Cel. Av. César Especiais SPECI airport: self-service. OPR
Bombonato, MG TAF INFRAERO
SBUL SYNOP - 1st Ultrasonic anemometer to the right side,
333 m from THR 04 and 118 m from RWY 04/22
centerline

- 2nd Cup anemometer to the right side, 321 m


from THR 22 and 120 m from RWY 04/22
centerline

- Telepsychrometer to the right side, 333 m from


THR 04 and 118 m from RWY 04/22 centerline

- Telepluviometer to the right side, 334 m from


THR 04 and 118 m from RWY 04/22 centerline

- Laser ceilometer in the extended centerline of


RWY 04/22, 333 m from THR 04 and next to the
middle marker

- Transmissometer transmitter to the right side,


289 m from THR 04 and 102 m from RWY 04/22
centerline

- Transmissometer receiver to the right side, 318


m from THR 04 and 102 m from RWY 04/22
centerline

- Transmissometer transmitter to the right side,


278 m from THR 22 and 102 m from RWY 04/22
centerline

- Transmissometer receiver to the right side, 308


m from THR 22 and 102 m from RWY 04/22
centerline
URUGUAIANA / Horárias e METAR - Aerodrome MET Office. Self-service system 0900-2200 NIL
Rubem Berta, RS Especiais SPECI provided at the airport: CMA (1 through 9).
SBUG TAF
SYNOP - ACFT anemometer on the right side 950m
from THR 09 and 235m from RWY 09/27
centerline.
VILHENA / Vilhena, Horárias e METAR - Class II Meteorological Office. Service DLY NIL
RO Especiais SPECI provided at airport: CMA (1 thru 9). 1100-2300
SBVH TAF TEL (69) 3322-5845
SYNOP
- ACFT anemometer on the right side 1250m
from THR 03 and 360m from RWY 03/21
centerline.

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


GEN 3.5-34 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

MET reports
Type and / Climatologica
Name of station / Hours of
Frequency / Suplementar System / Site l
Location Indicator operation
Equipment y INFO
Information
VITÓRIA / Goiabeiras, Horárias e METAR Class II MET office Service provided at the H24 NIL
ES SBVT Especiais SPECI airport: Self service.
TAF
SYNOP
1st Ultrasonic Anemometer (Main) to the RIGHT
side, 320 m from THR 23 and 110 m from RWY
05/23 centerline.

2nd Ultrasonic Anemometer (Spare) to the LEFT


side, 320 m from THR 05 and 110 m from RWY
05/23 centerline.

Telepsychrometer to the RIGHT side, 320 m


from THR 23 and 110 m from RWY 05/23
centerline.

Telepluviometer, to the RIGHT side, 315 m from


THR 23 and 110 m from RWY 05/23 centerline.

Laser Ceilometer, to the RIGHT side, 325.5 m


from THR 23 and 110 m from RWY 05/23
centerline.

Transmissometer transmitter (Main), to the


RIGHT side, 313.4 m from THR 23 and 105.5 m
from RWY 05/23 centerline.

Transmissometer receiver (Main), to the RIGHT


side, 343.4 m from THR 23 and 105.5 m from
RWY 05/23 centerline.

Transmissometer transmitter (Spare), to the


LEFT side, 280.0 m from THR 05 and 95.0 m
from RWY 05/23 centerline.

Transmissometer transmitter (Spare), to the


LEFT side, 310.0 m from THR 05 and 95.0 m
from RWY 05/23 centerline.

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 3.5-35
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

7.2 Class III Meteorological Centers (CMA-3)

Type and MET reports /


Name of station / Climatological
Frequency / Suplementary System / Site Hours of operation
Location Indicator INFO
Equipment Information
ALMEIRIM/ Monte MON TIL FRI 0915-2045,
Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
Dourado, PA EXC HOL NIL
Special SPECI TEL: (93) 3603-1121
SBMD OPR INFRAERO
ALTAMIRA/ METAR
Hourly and Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) 0915-0245
Altamira, PA SPECI NIL
Special TEL: (93) 3515-1393 OPR INFRAERO
SBHT TAR
METAR
AMAPÁ/ Amapá, AP Hourly and Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) MON TIL FRI 1200-1500,
SPECI NIL
SBAM Special 1700-2000.
TAF
ARAÇATUBA/ Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) MON TIL FRI 2100-2300
Araçatuba, SP NIL
Special SPECI TEL: (18) 3623-4859. EXC HOL
SBAU
ARARAQUARA/ Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) MON TIL FRI 2000-0200;
Araraquara, SP NIL
Special SPECI TEL: (16) 3322-9955. OPR DAESP
SBAQ
MON/TUE TIL FRI/SAT
ARAXA/ Araxa, MG Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) 1600/1900 - 2200/0130 NIL
SBAX Special SPECI TEL/FAX: (34) 3662-3710. EXC HOL
OPR Prefeitura Municipal
BAGÉ/ Comandante METAR MON TIL FRI
Gustavo Kraemer, Hourly and Self-service CMA.
SPECI 1615-2200 NIL
RS Special TEL: (53) 3242-9055;
TAF OPR INFRAERO
SBBG
BAURU/ Bauru- Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
Arealva,SP 0900-0300 NIL
Special SPECI
SBAE
BELÉM/ Brigadeiro Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
Protásio de Oliveira, Hourly and METAR TEL: (91) 3244-5998 0915-2115 NIL
PA Special SPECI OPR INFRAERO
SBJC
- Service provided CMA (1 to 4),
phone (31) 2138-6393.

- 1st Cup anemometer to the left


side, 59 m from THR 09 and 78 m
from RWY 09/27 centerline.
BELO HORIZONTE/ Hourly and METAR - 2nd Cup anemometer to the right HJ
Carlos Prates, MG NIL
Special SPECI side, 348 m from THR 27 and 78 m OPR INFRAERO
SBPR from RWY 09/27 centerline.

- Telepsychrometer to the left side,


59 m from THR 09 and 78 m from
RWY 09/27 centerline.

- Ville de Paris Pluviometer.


TUE and SUN 1900/2200.
BONITO/Bonito, MS Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) HR O/R TEL. (67) 3255- NIL
SBDB Special SPECI 4666 and (67) 3255-4452
BRAGANÇA
PAULISTA/
AEROPORTO Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) 1000 - SS NIL
estadual Arthur Special SPECI
Siqueira, SP
SBBP
CABO FRIO/ Cabo METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
Hourly and 0900-2100.
Frio, RJ SPECI TEL: +55 (22) 2647-9555 ou NIL
Special Other HR via TEL.
SBCB TAF (22) 2647-9512
CAÇADOR/ METAR
Hourly and Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) MON TIL FRI 0900-1200
CAÇADOR, SC SPECI NIL
Special 1800/2100
SBCD TAF
TUE 1000/1600; WED
CALDAS NOVAS/ CMA 3 1000/1900; THU/FRI/SUN/
Hourly and METAR
Caldas Novas, GO Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) MON 0900/0200; FRI 1400/ NIL
Special SPECI
SBCN 2000;
SAT 0900/1500
CAMPOS DOS
GOITACAZES/ Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) 0915-2100
HELPN São Tomé, NIL
Special SPECI TEL: (22) 2761-5911. OPR Petrobrás
RJ
SBFS

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GEN 3.5-36 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

Type and MET reports /


Name of station / Climatological
Frequency / Suplementary System / Site Hours of operation
Location Indicator INFO
Equipment Information
CAROLINA/ Brig. METAR MON TIL FRI
Lysias Augusto Hourly and Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
SPECI 0915-2045 EXC HOL NIL
Rodrigues, MA Special TEL: (99) 3531-2185.
TAF OPR INFRAERO
SBCI
CASCAVEL/ Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
Cascavel, PR MON TIL FRI 1630-1800 NIL
Special SPECI TEL: (45) 3228-2418.
SBCA
CAXIAS DO SUL/
Campo dos Bugres, Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) MON TIL FRI 1400-1530 NIL
RS Special SPECI TEL: (54) 3213-5915 OPR VARIG
SBCX
CHAPECÓ/ Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
Chapecó, SC MON TIL FRI 1200-1400 NIL
Special SPECI TEL: (49) 3324-6638
SBCH
COARI/ Urucu, AM Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) 1100-2300 NIL
SBUY Special SPECI
CONCEIÇÃO DO
ARAGUAIA/ MON TIL FRI 1145-1530
Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
Conceição do 1700-2045, EXC HOL NIL
Special SPECI TEL: (94) 3421-2008
Araguaia, PA OPR INFRAERO
SBAA
CRICIÚMA/
Forquilhinha - Hourly and METAR Self-service CMA. 1015-2200 NIL
Criciúma, SC Special SPECI TEL: (48) 3439-0173 OPR INFRAERO
SBCM
CRUZEIRO DO METAR
SUL/ Cruzeiro do Hourly and Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) 1115-2300
SPECI NIL
Sul, AC Special TEL: (68) 3322-3032 OPR INFRAERO
TAF
SBCZ
GAVIÃO PEIXOTO / Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) MON TIL FRI 1000/2000;
EMBRAER - Unit Hourly and METAR TEL: (16) 3338-9039 and 3338- SAT, SUN e HOL O/R, NIL
Gavião Peixoto, SP Special SPECI 9040 PPR 24h
SBGP
GOVERNADOR MON TIL FRI 1000-2200;
VALADARES/ SAT, SUN, HOL and other
Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
Governador HR O/R by TEL/FAX: (33) NIL
Special SPECI TEL/FAX: (33) 3277-1800
Valadares, MG 3277-1800 until 2000. OPR
SBGV City Hall
GUAJARÁ-MIRIM/ Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
Guajará-Mirim, RO DLY 1200-2000 NIL
Special SPECI TEL: (69) 3541-2310
SBGM
GUARAPUAVA/ Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
Tancredo Thomas Hourly and METAR MON TIL FRI 1100-1400
TEL: (42) 3627-4991 and NIL
de Faria, PR Special SPECI 1700-2000.
(42) 9936-4007.
SBGU
IPATINGA/ Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) MON TIL FRI 1000-2200;
Hourly and METAR
Usiminas, MG TEL: (31) 3825-6020 SAT, SUN and HOL only NIL
Special SPECI
SBIP FAX: (31) 3825-6060 R:241 O/R.
ITACOATIARA/ MON TI FRI 1000-2200;
Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
Itacoatiara, AM except HOL NIL
Special SPECI TEL: (92) 3521-2753
SBIC OPR INFRAERO
ITAITUBA/ Itaituba, Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) 0915-0300 NIL
PA Special SPECI OPR INFRAERO
SBIH

MON TIL FRI 1100-1400


1600-2100 (Brazilian Day
Light Saving MON TIL FRI
ITUMBIARA/ Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) 1000-1300 1500-2000)
Hourly and METAR
Hidroelétrica, GO TEL: +55 (64) 3433-2521 and EXC HOL. Other HR O/R NIL
Special SPECI
SBIT 3433-0462 with one hour prior BFR the
end of operational
hours.OPR Prefeitura
Municipal de Itumbiara-GO.
JACAREACANGA/ Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) MON TIL FRI 1015-2145
Jacareacanga, PA NIL
Special SPECI TEL: (93) 3542-1230 OPR INFRAERO
SBEK
JUAZEIRO DO
NORTE/ Orlando Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) H24
Bezerra de NIL
Special SPECI TEL: (88) 3572-0725 OPR INFRAERO
Menezes, CE
SBJU
MON TIL FRI 1600-2000
LAGES/ Lages, SC Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) SUN 1600-1900. Other HR NIL
SBLJ Special SPECI TEL/FAX: (49) 3227-0292. O/R TEL (49)8406-3992.

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP GEN 3.5-37
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

Type and MET reports /


Name of station / Climatological
Frequency / Suplementary System / Site Hours of operation
Location Indicator INFO
Equipment Information
LENÇÓIS/ Chapada Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
Diamantina, BA 0900-2100 NIL
Special SPECI TEL/FAX: (75) 3625-8100
SBLE
MACAÉ/ Plataforma Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) 0900-2100
P-15 (Enchova), RJ NIL
Special SPECI TEL/FAX: (22)2792-1534 R: 11 OPR Petrobrás
SBEC
MACAÉ/ Plataforma Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
Hourly and METAR 0900-2100
P-20 (Marlim), RJ TEL: (22) 2792-2034. FAX: (22) NIL
Special SPECI OPR Petrobrás
SBMM 2792-9621
MACAÉ/ Plataforma Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) 0900-2100
P-25 (Albacora), RJ NIL
Special SPECI TEL/FAX: (22) 2792-2552 OPR Petrobrás
SBLB
MANICORÉ/ METAR
Hourly and Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) MON TIL FRI 1015-2145
Manicoré, AM SPECI NIL
Special TEL: (97)3385-1554 OPR INFRAERO
SBMY TAF
MARABÁ/ Marabá, METAR
Hourly and Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) H24
PA SPECI NIL
Special TEL: (94) 3324-2130 OPR INFRAERO
SBMA TAF
MARÍLIA/ Marília, HR SER
Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
SP MON TIL FRI (EXC HOL) NIL
Special SPECI TEL: (14) 3424-2868
SBML 2100/2300.
MARINGÁ/ 0830-1130 and 2000-2300
Regional de Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) OPR TERMINAIS
Maringá, Sílvio NIL
Special SPECI TEL/FAX: (44) 3366-3829 AEREOS. DE MARINGA -
Name Júnior, PR SBMG S/A
SBMG
MOSSORÓ/ Dix Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)) 1015-2200
Sept Rosado, RN NIL
Special SPECI TEL: (84) 3316-5956 OPR INFRAERO
SBMS
NOVO
PROGRESSO/ Hourly and METAR
Cachimbo, PA Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) 1100-2000 NIL
Special SPECI
SBCC
METAR
ÓBIDOS/ Tiriós, PA Hourly and SPECI Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) 1230 - 2000 NIL
SBTS Special PILOT TEL: (92) 3652-5352
TEMP
OIAPOQUE/ METAR TUE TIL SAT 1200-2000,
Hourly and Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
Oiapoque, AP SPECI SUN AND MON 1230-2000. NIL
Special TEL/FAX: (96) 3521-1423
SBOI TAF Other HR O/R.
MON TIL FRI 1100/1400.
2100/2359 SAT 1100/1330
ORIXIMINÁ/ Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) SUN 2100/2359 EXC HOL
Trombetas, PA Special SPECI NIL
TEL: (93) 3549-7172 Other HR O/R.
SBTB OPR Mineração Rio do
Norte S/A
PARNAÍBA/ Prefeito METAR
Doutor João Silva Hourly and Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) 0915-0300
SPECI NIL
Filho, PI Special TEL: (86) 3315-3050 OPR INFRAERO
TAF
SBPB
PASSO FUNDO/ Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) MON TIL FRI 1930-2100
Lauro Kurtz, RS NIL
Special SPECI TEL: (54) 3317-2648 OPR VARIG
SBPF
PAULO AFONSO/ Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) 1115-1945
Paulo Afonso, BA NIL
Special SPECI TEL: (75) 3281-1733 OPR INFRAERO
SBUF
MON TIL FRI 0000-0200,
PELOTAS/ Pelotas - METAR 0915-0000, SAT 0000-
Hourly and 2nd class MET office, self-service. 0200,
INTL, RS SPECI 0915-1115 AND SUN NIL
Special TEL: (53) 3223-3733
SBPK TAF 2330-2359
OPR INFRAERO
- Service provided CMA (1 to 4),
phone (35) 3712-1262.

- 1st Cup anemometer to the left


side of the centerline, 398 m from
POÇOS DE THR 09 and 72 m from RWY 09/27
CALDAS/ centerline.
Hourly and METAR 1030-2030
Embaixador Walther NIL
Special SPECI OPR INFRAERO
Moreira Salles, MG - 2nd Cup anemometer to the right
SBPC side, 536 m from THR 27 and 77 m
from RWY 09/27 centerline.

- Telepsychrometer to the left side,


398 m from THR 09 and 72 m from
RWY 09/27 centerline.

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GEN 3.5-38 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

Type and MET reports /


Name of station / Climatological
Frequency / Suplementary System / Site Hours of operation
Location Indicator INFO
Equipment Information
PONTA PORÃ/ METAR
Ponta Porã -INTL, Hourly and Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) 1115-2200
SPECI NIL
MS Special TEL: (67) 3433-2364 OPR INFRAERO
TAF
SBPP
PORTO SEGURO/ FRI 1500/2100 Demais O/R
Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
Terravista, BA TEL: (73) 8802-0366 OPR NIL
Special SPECI TEL/FAX: (73) 8802-0366
SBTV TERRAVISTA
SANTO ÂNGELO/ Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
Santo Ângelo, RS MON TIL FRI 1100-1230 NIL
Special SPECI TEL/FAX: (55) 3312-9779.
SBNM
SÃO GABRIEL DA
CACHOEIRA/ São METAR
Hourly and Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
Gabriel da SPECI 1300-2100 NIL
Special TEL: (97) 3471-1816
Cachoeira, AM TAF
SBUA
SÃO JOSÉ DO RIO
PRETO/ São José Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) H24 NIL
do Rio Preto, SP Special SPECI TEL/FAX: (17) 3235-5058
SBSR
TARAUACÁ/ METAR MON TIL FRI
Hourly and Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
Tarauacá, AC SPECI 1115-2245 NIL
Special TEL: (68) 3462-1265
SBTK TAF OPR INFRAERO
METAR
TEFÉ/ Tefé, AM Hourly and Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) 1115-2300
SPECI NIL
SBTF Special TEL/FAX: (97) 3343-9546 OPR INFRAERO
TAF
TOLEDO/Toledo, Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) MON TIL THU 1100-1400
PR NIL
Special SPECI TEL: (45) 3278-7556 EXC HOL.
SBTD
TORRES/ METAR
Hourly and Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) SUN THU FRI 1800-2359.
torres, RS SPECI NIL
Special MON 0900/1500
SBTR
TUCURUÍ/ Tucuruí, METAR
Hourly and Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) MON TIL FRI 0945-2115
PA SPECI NIL
Special TEL: (94) 3787-2522 OPR INFRAERO
SBTU TAF
UNA/ Hotel Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
Hourly and METAR
Transamérica, BA TEL (73) 3686-1562 1200-2100. Other HR O/R NIL
Special SPECI
SBTC FAX: (73) 3686-1563
MON TIL FRI 1000/2200
VARGINHA/ Major EXC HOL. Other days and
Brigadeiro Hourly and METAR Service provided CMA (1 thru 4) HR O/R TEL (33) 3275- NIL
Trompowsky, MG Special SPECI TEL: (33) 3275-2563 2563.
SBVG OPR INFRAERO
VITÓRIA DA
CONQUISTA/ METAR
Hourly and Service provided CMA (1 thru 4)
Vitória da SPECI 1015-2200 NIL
Conquista, BA Special TAF TEL: (77) 3424-7130
SBQV

8 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS
The Standards, Recommended Practices and, when applicable, the procedures contained in the following
documents are applied by DECEA, concerning the aeronautical meteorological service:
8.1 ICAO documents applied:
– Annex 3 – Meteorological Service for International Air Navigation
– Doc.8733 – Air Navigation Plan – CAR/SAM Region
8.2 World Meteorological Organization documents applied:
– WMO nr. 8 – Guide for Meteorological Instruments and Observation Methods
– WMO nr.306 – Meteorological Code Manual
8.3 DECEA documents applied

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– FCA 105-1 – Shear of the wind


– FCA 105-2 – TAF Meteorological Code
– FCA 105-3 – METAR and SPECI Meteorological Codes
– ICA 105-1 – Meteorological Information Report
– ICA 105-2 – Classification of Aeronautical Meteorological Operational Units
– ICA 105-7 – IEPV 105-78 Filling (Surface Meteorological Observation)
– ICA 105-8 – Methods for the Evaluation of the Meteorological Forecasts
– MCA 105-1 – Military Meteorological Center Manual (RESTRICTED)
– MCA 105-2 – Operação das Estações Meteorológicas de Superfície.
– MMA 105 –1 –Operation of Surface Meteorological Stations
– MCA 105-10 – Meteorological Code Manual
– MCA 105-12 – Meteorological Center Manual
– TCA 105-5 – Humidity Table
– TCA 105-1 – Conversion Table
– TCA 105-7 – Climatological Table, Vol.III
– TMA 105-9 – Barometric Reduction Table at Temperature 0°C
– CIRMET 105-10 – IEPV 105-50, 51, 52, 53 and 54 Filling
9 REDEMET (METEOROLOGICAL NETWORK):
9.1 REDEMET consists of a meteorological data network, available at the main Brazilian airports.
9.2 REDEMET has the following products available in digital form:
a) Satellite photos (0000Z, 0300Z, 0600Z, 0900Z, 1200Z, 1500Z, 1800Z, 2100Z) from South America, North
America and Global;
b) Upper wind Charts (0000Z and 1200Z) of the levels FL050, FL 100, FL 180, FL 240, FL 300, FL 340 and FL
390 for the Brazilian area of responsibility.
c) South America (for the layer between SFC / FL 250 and between FL 250/630), Central America (for the layer
between FL250/630), North America (for the layer between FL250/630), Africa (for the layer between
FL250/630) and Europe (for the layer between FL 250/630) SIG WX Charts (0000Z, 0600Z, 1200Z and
1800Z).
d) Wind and Altitude Charts for levels 500hPa, 700hPa and 850hPa.
e) K index chart
f) Vertical Cross Section Chart from Buenos Aires to Rio de Janeiro.
10 WEATHER RADAR NETWORK:
10.1 Brazil is establishing a Weather Radar Network which shall, in the future, cover the whole Brazil.
10.2 Weather Radars are operated by the Meteorological Watch Office (CMV), that is responsible for the FIR where they
are installed.
10.3 The Meteorological Radar products will be available at the REDEMET (Weather Radar Network) concerning clouds,
rain potential, turbulence and wind.
10.4 The data will be available at the Meteorological Centersby the Work Station (PVR).

RADAR FIR SERVED


Canguçu (CAN) SBCW
Gama (GA) SBBS
Morro da Igreja (MI) SBCW
Pico do Couto (PI) SBBS
Santiago (SAN) SBCW
São Roque (RQ) SBBS

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PART 2 - ENROUTE (ENR)

ENR 0.1 PREFACE - NOT APPLICABLE


ENR 0.2 RECORD OF AIP AMENDMENTS - NOT APPLICABLE
ENR 0.3 RECORD OF AIP SUPPLEMENTS
ENR 0.4 CHECKLIST OF AIP PAGES - NOT APPLICABLE
ENR 0.5 LIST OF HAND AMENDMENTS TO THE AIP - NOT APPLICABLE

ENR 0.6 TABLE OF CONTENTS TO PART 2


ENR 1 GENERAL RULES AND PROCEDURES
ENR 1.1 GENERAL RULES ...................................................................................................................................ENR 1.1-1
ENR 1.2 VISUAL FLIGHT RULES...........................................................................................................................ENR 1.2-1
ENR 1.3 INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES................................................................................................................ ENR 1.3-1
ENR 1.4 ATS AIRSPACE CLASSIFICATION AND DESCRIPTION.........................................................................ENR 1.4-1
ENR 1.5 HOLDING, APPROACH AND DEPARTURES PROCEDURES.................................................................ENR 1.5-1
1 GENERAL.............................................................................................................................................ENR 1.5-1
2 ARRIVING FLIGHTS.............................................................................................................................ENR 1.5-2
3 OTHERS INFORMATIONS AND SIGNIFICANT PROCEDURE ENR 1.5-3
ENR 1.6 ATC SURVEILLANCE SERVICES............................................................................................................ ENR 1.6-1
ENR 1.7 ALTIMETER SETTING PROCEDURES ...................................................................................................ENR 1.7-1
ENR 1.8 REGIONAL SUPPLEMENTARY PROCEDURES......................................................................................ENR 1.8-1
ENR 1.9 AIR TRAFFIC FLOW MANAGEMENT AND AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT................................................. ENR 1.9-1
ENR 1.10 FLIGHT PLANNING.................................................................................................................................. ENR 1.10-1
ENR 1.11 ADDRESSING OF FLIGHT PLAN MESSAGES .......................................................................................ENR 1.11-1
ENR 1.12 INTERCEPTION OF CIVIL AIRCRAFT ...................................................................................................ENR 1.12-1
ENR 1.13 UNLAWFUL INTERFERENCE..................................................................................................................ENR 1.13-1
ENR 1.14 AIR TRAFFIC INCIDENTS .......................................................................................................................ENR 1.14-1
ENR 1.15 PREFERRED IFR ROUTES AND ALTERNATIVE IFR ROUTES.............................................................. ENR 1.15-1
ENR 2 AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES AIRSPACE
ENR 2.1 RESTRUCTURE OF THE GENERAL AIR TRAFFIC FLOW – PHASE TWO............................................ENR 2.1-1
ENR 2.2 OTHER REGULATED AIRSPACE............................................................................................................ ENR 2.2-1
ENR 2.3 AERODROME SPECIAL TRAFFIC NOT WITHIN A TERMINAL...............................................................ENR 2.3-1
ENR 3 ATS ROUTES
ENR 3.1 ATS ROUTES - LOWER AIRSPACE.........................................................................................................ENR 3.1-1
ENR 3.2 ATS ROUTES - UPPER AIRSPACE......................................................................................................... ENR 3.2-1
ENR 3.3 AREA NAVIGATION ROUTES (RNAV) .................................................................................................... ENR 3.3-1
ENR 3.4 HELICOPTER ROUTES .......................................................................................................................... ENR 3.4-1
ENR 3.5 OTHER ROUTES .................................................................................................................................... ENR 3.5-1
ENR 3.6 ENROUTE HOLDING............................................................................................................................... ENR 3.6-1
ENR 4 RADIO NAVIGATION AIDS AND SYSTEMS
ENR 4.1 RADIO NAVIGATION AIDS ENROUTE ....................................................................................................ENR 4.1-1
ENR 4.2 SPECIAL NAVIGATOR SYSTEMS............................................................................................................ENR 4.2-1
ENR 4.3 GLOBAL NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEM (GNSS).............................................................................ENR 4.3-1
ENR 4.4 ATS ROUTE REPORTING POINTS..........................................................................................................ENR 4.4-1
ENR 4.5 AERONAUTICAL GROUND LIGHTS........................................................................................................ENR 4.5-1
ENR 5 WARNINGS TO AIR NAVIGATION
ENR 5.1 PROHIBITED, RESTRICTED AND DANGER AREAS..............................................................................ENR 5.1-1
ENR 5.2 MILITARY EXERCISE AND TRAINING AREAS........................................................................................ENR 5.2-1
ENR 5.3 OTHER ACTIVITIES OF DANGEROUS NATURE.................................................................................... ENR 5.3-1
ENR 5.4 AIR NAVIGATION OBSTACLES - ENROUTE........................................................................................... ENR 5.4-1

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ENR 5.5 AERIAL SPORTING AND RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES.........................................................................ENR 5.5-1
ENR 5.6 BIRD MIGRATION AND AREAS WITH SENSITIVE FAUNA.....................................................................ENR 5.6-1
ENR 6 ENROUTE CHARTS

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ENR 1.5 HOLDING, APPROACH AND DEPARTURE PROCEDURES

The air traffic rules and procedures in use in Brazil conform to Annexes 2 and 11 to the Convention on International
Civil Aviation to the information contained in the Procedures for Air Navigation Services – Aircraft Operations (PANS-
OPS), Procedures for Air Navigation Services – Rules of the Air and Air Traffic Services and Regional Supplementary
Procedures applicable to the SAM Region, except for the differences listed in GEN 1.7 and the following information:
1 GENERAL
1.1 The holding and approach procedures within the holding pattern shall be executed according to those published by
DECEA. When there are no published holding and approach procedures, or when the pilot-in-command of the aircraft
does not know them, the APP must indicate the procedures to be followed.
1.2 All aircraft must remain at the designated holding point. Suitable minimum vertical, lateral or longitudinal separation will
be provided, in relation to aircraft, according to the method used at the holding point in question.
1.3 When aircraft have to accomplish holdings in flight, they will keep being provided with suitable minimum vertical
separation between them and the ones in route, provided that these aircraft in route are five minutes, or less, from the
holding area, unless there is a lateral separation.

LEVELS NORMAL CONDITIONS TURBULENCE CONDITIONS


425 KM/H (230KT) 520 KM/H (280KT)
Up to 14.000 feet, inclusive 315 KM/H (170KT)* 315 KM/H (170KT)*
Above 14.000 feet up to 20.000 feet, 445KM/H (240KT) 520 KM/H (280 KT)
inclusive
or
Above 20.000 feet up to 34.000 feet, 0,8 MACH, whichever is less
490 KM/H (265 KT)
inclusive
Above 34.000 feet 0,83 MACH 0,83 MACH

NOTE: Tabulated levels represent corresponding “altitudes” or “flight levels”, depending on the altimeter setting used.
1.4 Aircraft must enter and fly on the holding patterns within the indicated speeds equal to or less than those specified
below.
1.5 Level and altitude changes, within the holding patterns, must be executed at a climb and descent rate between 500
and 1000 feet per minute.
1.6 APP are assigned to issue traffic clearances to the aircraft flying or intending to fly within TMA or CTR, with the
purpose of:
a) maintaining the minimum separations established between aircraft;
b) organizing, accelerating and maintaining the air traffic flow orderly; and
c) guiding and instructing aircraft when accomplishing holding, approach and departure procedures, as established
by DECEA.
1.7 Climb or descent rates lower or higher than 500 and 1000 feet per minute, respectively, may be used when previously
cleared by the respective APP.
1.8 Whenever necessary, the APP may request an aircraft to use a climb or descent rate lower or higher than 500 and
1000 feet per minute respectively.
1.9 When flying under IFR plan within a CTR or TMA, the pilots-in-command of aircraft are responsible for:
a) accomplishing the initial call to APP;
b) maintaining a permanent listening watch on an official APP frequency;
c) complying with the air traffic clearances issued by the APP; and
d) reporting to APP, regardless of request, whenever they:
- abandon a flight level;
- reach a flight level;
- abandon a holding reporting point;
- reach a holding reporting point;
- begin the phases of an instrument approach procedure;
- enter a new phase of a departure procedure and
- reach VMC.
1.10 When it is clear that arriving aircraft will be submitted to a long delay, the APP must notify the aircraft operator or an
accredited representative of this fact, maintaining him informed about the changes in delay forecasts, so that a change
to the aircraf destination may be planned as soon as possible.
1.11 Clearances air traffic control for departing aircraft must specify:

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a) the direction aircraft must maintain after departure, as well as subsequent turns;
b) the path they must follow, before proceeding on the desired heading;
c) the flight level or the altitude that they must maintain before they go on climbing to the authorized cruising
level;
d) the hour, point or speed, or both, where the flight level will change and
e) any other necessary manouver compatible with the safe operation of aircraft.

NOTE: Whenever the air traffic orderly movement is not affected, the APP must allow departing aircraft to follow their heading
with the minimum number of turns or other maneuvers and climb, to cruising level, without restrictions.
1.12 The departure of aircraft may be facilitated, if it is suggented that the departure be conducted in a direction not
opposite to the wind. It is the pilot-in-command’s responsibility to decide whether he will accomplish the take-off in
favour of the wind or if he will wait to do it under more favorable conditions.
1.13 The APP must notify the aircraft operators or their accredited representatives of foreseen long delays due to traffic
conditions and when delays are supposed to exceed thirty minutes.
2 ARRIVING FLIGHTS
2.1 IFR Approach under Adverse Meteorological Conditions
2.1.1 When an ATS unit informs minimum meteorological values lower than those established on the instrument approach
chart (IAC), the pilot-in-command may, at his discretion and after notifying the unit of his decision, accomplish only the
instrument approach procedure for straight-in landing precribed on this chart. The execution of instrument approach
procedures to circling is not allowed. However, the descent to straight-in landing procedure shall be limited to the MDA
or DA altitude, and the pilot can only proceed to landing, when he establishes visual contact with the runway or with
the approach lights (ALS). If this does not occur, he must initiate the missed approach procedure before or at the initial
point of this procedure.
NOTE: The values for MDA or DA are determined in relation to vertical and lateral safety margins, related to existing
obstacles that interfere with the final approach portion of the considered procedure..
2.1.2 The procedures prescribed in 1.2.1 do not exempt the pilot in command from accomplishing the restrictions prescribed
in the Brazilian Rules of Aeronautical Homologation (RBHA ), or in the Brazilian Rules of Civil Aviation (RBAC) issued
by ANAC.
2.2 Instrument Approach at places not provided with an air traffic control unit.
2.2.1 Locations within Airways
An aircraft flying under instrument flight rules within an airway shall:

a) obtain from the ACC, directly or through an aeronautical telecommunication station, clearance to initiate
approach until reaching the airway minimum level;
b) obtain from the local aeronautical telecommunication station the information required for the approach and
landing execution;
c) overhead the basic navigation aid of the approach procedure at the airway minimum level and continue the
approach in orbit, up to transition level at which the altimeter will be set (QNH);
d) initiate the instrument approach procedure to the selected runway after reaching transition altitude; and
e) transmit on the local aeronautical telecommunication frequency, during the approach, the levels or altitudes
and the succeeding phases of the procedure to be reached.
2.2.2 Location outside Airways
Aircraft flying under instrument flying rules outsidean airway shall:
a) mantain cruising level or descend up to FIR minimum level and overhead the basic navigation aid of the
approach procedure;
b) obtain from the local aeronautical telecommunication station the information required for the approach and
landing execution;
c) initiate the approach in orbit until reaching transition level, at which the altimeter will be set (QNH) after
overheading;
d) initiate the instrument approach procedure for the selected runway after reaching transition altitude; and
e) transmit, on the local aeronautical telecommunication station frequency, during the approach, the levels or
altitudes and the sucessive phases of the procedures to be reached.

a) take a course not interfering with the procedure executed by another aircraft which is performing the
instrument approach procedure;
b) carry out climbing, avoiding obstructions, for time enough as to make it possible to penetrate the airway at the
cleared level; and
c) transmit on the local aeronautical telecommunication frequency, while climbing, the levels or altitudes to be
reached.
NOTE: At aerodromes located on the shore, climbings shall be carried out towards the sea on a course forming 45 degrees
with the airway centerline.

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3 INSTRUMENT LANDING SYSTEM - ILS


3.1.1 Operational restrictions to Category I ILS

a) Localizer: A ILS category I shold not be used for approaching when there is no indication of the localizer.
b) Glide Slope: When there is no indication of glide slope, because it is not included in the respective IAC, the
minimum approach altitude to be adopted must be applied to the altitude indicated in the NDB/VOR instrument
approach procedure for the same runway.
c) Outer marker: A ILS Category I shall not be used for approach when the outer marker is out of use, unless
there is:

1) a corresponding beacon (NDB together with OM) in use;


2) a radar vectoring or a published approach procedure, allowing the aircraft tointercept the course of
the localizer 3 to 5 NM before the final approach point (FAP) on the glide path, at the interception
altitude;
3) DME information that allows to determine the position corresponding to the OM; or
4) DME connected to the ILS.
4.2

3.1.2 Operational restrictions to ILS category II


a) ILS Category II procedures shall be used only by aircraft certified for this kind of operation and flown by crews
duly qualified as prescribed by the IAC.
b) The parameters for aircraft homologation and crew qualification are included in the current legislation, as
prescribed by the Civil Aviation National Agency (ANAC)++.
c) It is the pilot in command’s responsibility to check the compliance with what is established in itens (a) and (b)
above. When the meteorological conditions allow the ILS Category II procedures only, the air traffic contro units
will inquire the pilot in command about his intentions, concerning the accomplishment of the approach
procedure, before authorizing the beginning of the procedure, just for the sake of selecting the aircraft that will
execute such procedures and not for controlling purposes.
d) A ILS Categoria II cannot be used for approach, when any of its components is out of work.
3.1.3 Visibility indication in Precision Approach Procedures (ILS)
a) In operations CAT I, visibility may be informed by a metereological observer or by the indication of the runway
visual range (RVR) equipment.
b) In operations CAT II, visibility may be indicated, if possible, by the runway visual range (RVR) equipment.
c) In operations CAT III (a,b,c), Visibility shall only be indicated by the runway visual range (RVR) equipment.

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SPECIAL TRAFFIC WITHIN TERMINALS

1 NAVEGANTES TMA
1.1 AFIL Flight Plans of ACFT departing from AD without an AIS office, within the projections of TMA-Navegantes
lateral limits, will not be accepted by APP-Navegantes. ACFT shall file, BFR DEP, PLN to the Navegantes or
Joinville AIS office.
1.1.1 BLUMENAU, SC
1.1.2 Be alert not marked (antenna) DIST 2110M THR 36 AZM 183 DEG ELEV 87M.
1.1.3 Be alert for ACFT and gliders involved training in flight in the vicinity of the AD.
1.1.4 Due to the heavy volume of traffic in the region and to the possibility of conflicts, radio-equipped aircraft shall
contact NAVEGANTES APP on frequency 119.50 MHz, on the ground with priority or, right after the take-off, to
receive flight information and/or traffic clearance, whenever applicable.

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APP/TWR HOURS LATERAL LIMITS UPPER LANGUAGES REMARKS


LIMITS
1 2 3 4 5 6
ACADEMIA APP CTR ACADEMIA, Circular area centered on
2159.13S/04720.62W within a 20NM radius.
0900-0200 5500FT PT-EN *C
CTR Ribeirão, Circular area centered on 2108.56S/
04746.56W within a 14NM radius.
ACADEMIA TWR 0900-0200 PT-EN MIL AD
AFONSOS TWR H24 PT-EN MIL AD
ALDEIA APP CTR 2 CTR ALDEIA 1, From 2222.03S/04207.63W; *D
2239.03S/04224.01W; 2300.03S/04230.03W; MIL AD
2330.03S/04230.03W; 2330.03S/04200.01W; (1)Provide
H24 6500FT PT-EN
2247.53S/04132.52W; 2237.63S/04157.72W then ATS
along the clockwise arc of a circle of 20NM radius surveillance
centred on 2220.73S/04146.12W to point of origin. SER.
AMAZÔNICA APP CTR From 0414.30S/06946.18W; 0411.05S/
06946.39W then along the counter clockwise arc of a
circle of 10NM radius centred on 0411.69S/
06956.38W (VOR/DME LET); 0412.34S/
H24 3500FT PT-EN *D
07006.37W; 0415.60S/07006.16W then along the
counter clockwise arc of a circle of 10NM radius
centred on 0414.95S/06956.17W (NDB TBT); to
point of origin.
ANÁPOLIS APP CTR ANÁPOLIS 1, From 1612.69S/04910.46W;
1602.28S/04901.67W then along the clockwise arc
of a circle of 10NM radius centred on 1608.62S/
04853.62W (NDB PP); 1604.99S/04843.99W;
1628.00S/04906.00W then along the clockwise arc
H24 of a circle of 10NM radius centred on 1619.04S/ FL 65 PT-EN *C
04902.41W (NDB ANP); to point of origin.
CTR ANÁPOLIS 2, From 1627.03S/04923.04W then
along the counter clockwise arc of a circle of 14.6NM
radius centred on 1638.44S/04912.66W 1633.91S/
04858.45W; to point of origin.
ANÁPOLIS TWR H24 PT-EN MIL AD
ARACAJU APP CTR Circular area centered on 1058.99S/
H24 FL 35 PT-EN *D
03704.00W within a 15NM radius.
ARACAJU TWR 1000-0000 PT-EN
BACACHERI
0900/0100 PT-EN
TWR
BAURU APP *D
CTR Circular area centered on 2221.00S/
0900/0300 FL 45 PT-EN OPR
04903.00W within a 22NM radius.
INFRAERO
BELÉM APP CTR Circular area centered on 0122.99S/
H24 FL 25 PT-EN *C
04828.99W within a 15NM radius.
BELÉM TWR ATZ From 0125.99S/04828.63W; 0123.51S/
04828.51W; 0121.45S/04826.41W then along the
H24 1500FT PT-EN DCL
counter clockwise arc of a circle of 3NM radius
centred on 0123.01S/04829.01W to point of origin.
BELO CTR From 1925.28S/04416.24W; 1917.79S/
HORIZONTE APP 04407.20W; 1927.39S/04354.09W; 1931.64S/
04338.90W; 1935.15S/04335.87W; 2004.01S/
H24 4100FT PT-EN *C
04348.31W; 2001.20S/04356.16W; 1956.30S/
04357.55W; 1951.55S/04410.80W; to point of
origin.
BELO
OPR
HORIZONTE H24 PT-EN
INFRAERO
TWR
BOA VISTA APP CTR Circular area centered on 0251.12N/
H24 FL 35 PT-EN *D
06041.21W (VOR/DME BVI) within a 15NM radius.
BOA VISTA TWR H24 PT-EN DCL
BRASÍLIA APP CTR From 1538.48S/04826.28W; 1534.25S/
H24 04726.27W; 1606.06S/04723.70W; 1610.42S/ FL 65 PT-EN *C
04823.79W; to point of origin.
BRASÍLIA TWR H24 PT-EN D-CL

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LIMITS
1 2 3 4 5 6
CAMPINAS TWR OPR
H24 PT-EN
INFRAERO
CAMPO GRANDE CTR Circular area centered on 2028.00S/
H24 FL 45 PT-EN C
APP 05440.00W within a 15NM radius.
CAMPO GRANDE
H24 PT-EN D-CL
TWR
CANOAS TWR Others hours
O/B by
TEL(51)
3371-
0900-0300 PT-EN 4032;3462-
5397 and
3462-5104
with one hour
in advanced
CONFINS TWR H24 PT-EN
CORUMBÁ APP CTR From 1852.59S/05745.70W then along the
clockwise arc of a circle of 10NM radius centred on
DLY
1900.97S/05739.87W (NDB CUB); 1906.21S/ 5000FT PT-EN *D
1000-0000
05748.87W then along América do Sul up to to
point of origin.
CUIABÁ APP CTR Circular area centered on 1539.33S/
H24 FL 35 PT-EN *C
05606.73W within a 15NM radius.
CUIABÁ TWR H24 PT-EN DCL
CURITIBA APP CTR From 2515.31S/04908.37W; 2518.79S/
04901.95W then along the clockwise arc of a circle
of 15NM radius centred on 2531.83S/04910.23W
H24 5500FT PT-EN *C
2528.43S/04926.38W; 2521.83S/04924.82W then
along the clockwise arc of a circle of 10NM radius
centred on 2523.92S/04914.02W to point of origin.
CURITIBA TWR H24 PT-EN
EDUARDO
H24 PT-EN
GOMES TWR
FLORIANÓPOLIS CTR From 2721.63S/04841.43W; 2736.43S/
APP 04809.90W then along the clockwise arc of a circle
of 18NM radius centred on 2741.53S/04829.92W
H24 FL 65 PT-EN *C
2758.63S/04823.62W; 2742.33S/04855.12W then
along the clockwise arc of a circle of 16NM radius
centred on 2737.33S/04837.93W to point of origin.
FLORIANÓPOLIS
H24 PT-EN
TWR
FORTALEZA APP CTR Circular area centered on 0346.99S/
H24 FL 35 PT-EN *C
03831.99W within a 20NM radius.
FORTALEZA
H24 PT-EN D-CL
TWR
FOZ APP CTR From 2520.75S/05432.31W then along
América do Sul up to 2533.75S/05417.31W then
H24 along the counter clockwise arc of a circle of 12NM 3500FT PT-EN C
radius centred on 2534.99S/05430.21W (VOR/DME
FOZ); 2522.98S/05430.87W; to point of origin.
FOZ TWR H24 PT-EN
GALEÃO TWR H24 PT-EN
GOIÂNIA TWR OPR
H24 PT-EN
INFRAERO
GUARÁ APP CTR From 2237.86S/04509.23W then along the
*D
clockwise arc of a circle of 10NM radius centred on
0900-2300 FL 85 PT OPR
2247.28S/04512.92W (NDB GGT); 2248.06S/
DTCEA-GW
04523.70W; to point of origin.
GUARÁ TWR *D
0900-2300 PT OPR
DTCEA-GW
GUARULHOS OPR
H24 PT-EN
TWR INFRAERO
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BRASIL 02 MAR 17

APP/TWR HOURS LATERAL LIMITS UPPER LANGUAGES REMARKS


LIMITS
1 2 3 4 5 6
ILHÉUS APP *D
CTR Circular area centered on 1448.00S/
H24 FL 35 PT-EN OPR
03901.99W within a 15NM radius.
INFRAERO
JACAREPAGUÁ ATZ From 2255.96S/04322.65W then along the
TWR clockwise arc of a circle of 3.3NM radius centred on
0915-2200 1500FT PT-EN AEROCLUB
2259.26S/04322.23W 2302.45S/04323.10W; to
point of origin.
JOINVILLE TWR OPR
0915-0230 PT-EN
INFRAERO
JUNDIAÍ TWR ATZ From 2306.53S/04659.25W then along the
clockwise arc of a circle of 5NM radius centred on
1000-2200 4000FT PT-EN
2310.83S/04656.63W 2315.53S/04654.51W; to
point of origin.
LONDRINA APP CTR LONDRINA 1, Circular area centered on
2319.99S/05107.99W within a 15NM radius. *D
H24 CTR LONDRINA 2, Circular area centered on 4500FT PT-EN OPR
2328.55S/05200.36W (NDB MRN) within a 15NM INFRAERO
radius.
LONDRINA TWR OPR
H24 PT-EN
INFRAERO
MACAÉ APP CTR Circular area centered on 2220.69S/ *D
H24 04146.13W (VOR/DME MCA) within a 15NM 1500FT PT-EN OPR
radius. INFRAERO
MACAÉ TWR Provided
AFIS HR
0100/0900
FREQ
0900-2100 PT-EN 119.20MHZ
and
129.30MHZ.
OPR
INFRAERO
MACAPÁ APP *D
CTR Circular area centered on 0003.13S/
H24 FL 25 PT-EN OPR
05104.38W within a 15NM radius.
INFRAERO
MACEIÓ APP CTR Circular area centered on 0931.28S/
H24 FL 35 PT-EN *D
03547.26W within a 15NM radius.
MACEIÓ TWR H24
MANAUS APP CTR From 0250.44S/05958.12W; 0256.60S/
05950.45W then along the clockwise arc of a circle
of 15NM radius centred on 0308.45S/05959.72W
H24 FL 25 PT-EN *C
0320.29S/06008.99W; 0313.96S/06016.86W then
along the clockwise arc of a circle of 15NM radius
centred on 0302.20S/06007.49W to point of origin.
MARABÁ APP CTR Circular area centered on 0522.08S/
0900-2100 FL 25 PT-EN *D
04908.11W (VOR/DME MRB) within a 15NM radius.
MARINGÁ TWR Others hour
0830-1130 O/R by TEL:
PT-EN
2000-2300 (44)
30267979
MARTE TWR ATZ From 2330.60S/04634.69W; 2329.40S/
04641.68W; 2330.49S/04641.91W then along the
0900-0200 counter clockwise arc of a circle of 5.62NM radius 3600FT PT-EN
centred on 2326.58S/04637.51W 2331.68S/
04634.91W; to point of origin.
NATAL APP CTR Circular area centered on 0554.00S/
H24 FL 35 PT-EN *D
03515.00W within a 20NM radius.
NATAL TWR H24 PT-EN

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02 MAR 17 BRASIL

APP/TWR HOURS LATERAL LIMITS UPPER LANGUAGES REMARKS


LIMITS
1 2 3 4 5 6
NAVEGANTES CTR Navegantes 1, From 2645.06S/04853.35W
APP then along the counter clockwise arc of a circle of
15NM radius centred on 2652.45S/04838.74W
2707.39S/04840.20W; 2655.15S/04816.57W then
along the counter clockwise arc of a circle of 20NM
0900-0300 2500FT PT-EN *D
radius centred on 2652.45S/04838.74W 2633.88S/
04830.18W; to point of origin.
CTR Navegantes 2, Circular area centered on
2613.33S/04847.88W (VOR/DME JNV) within a
10NM radius.
NAVEGANTES OPR
0910-0300 PT-EN
TWR INFRAERO
PALEGRE APP CTR PORTO ALEGRE From 3007.63S/05056.17W;
3007.33S/05114.59W then along the clockwise arc
of a circle of 8NM radius centred on 2959.58S/
05116.90W 2957.42S/05125.77W; 2955.80S/
05132.41W then along the clockwise arc of a circle
of 14NM radius centred on 2959.58S/05116.90W
H24 FL 35 PT-EN *C
2945.99S/05120.92W; 2949.96S/05056.79W then
along the clockwise arc of a circle of 10NM radius
centred on 2959.88S/05058.51W 3004.12S/
05048.07W; 3003.28S/05050.17W then along the
clockwise arc of a circle of 8NM radius centred on
2959.88S/05058.51W to point of origin.
PALEGRE TWR H24 PT-EN
PALMAS APP CTR Circular area centered on 1017.46S/ *D
0900-0300 04821.85W (VOR/DME PMS) within a 15NM 3500FT PT-EN OPR
radius. INFRAERO
PALMAS TWR OPR
H24 PT-EN
INFRAERO
PASO DE LOS CTR From 2934.46S/05700.91W; 2939.94S/
LIBRES TWR 05654.22W then along the clockwise arc of a circle
of 10NM radius centred on 2947.16S/05702.19W
H24 (NDB URG); 2954.48S/05710.04W; 2948.89S/ FL 35 PT-EN C
05716.86W then along the clockwise arc of a circle
of 10NM radius centred on 2941.68S/05708.88W
(NDB LIB); to point of origin.
PESSOA TWR *D
(1) APP
service
performed by
CTR JOÂO Circular area centered on 0708.43S/
H24(1) FL 35 PT-EN PESSOA
03457.16W within a 15NM radius.
TWR in the
CTR
OPR
INFRAERO
PONTA PELADA
H24 PT-EN
TWR
PORTO SEGURO CTR Circular area centered on 1626.49S/
H24 FL 35 PT-EN *D
APP 03904.94W (NDB SGR) within a 15NM radius.
PORTO SEGURO
H24 PT-EN D-CL
TWR
PORTO VELHO CTR Circular area centered on 0843.00S/
H24 FL 25 PT-EN *D
APP 06354.00W within a 15NM radius.
PORTO VELHO
H24 PT-EN
TWR
PROTÁSIO TWR OPR
0915-2100 PT-EN
INFRAERO
PRUDENTE APP CTR Circular area centered on 2210.54S/
0900-0300 FL 45 PT-EN *D
05125.36W within a 18NM radius.
PRUDENTE TWR OPR
0900-0300 PT-EN
INFRAERO
RECIFE APP CTR Circular area centered on 0807.99S/
H24 FL 35 PT-EN *C
03455.99W within a 20NM radius.

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP ENR 2.2-9
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

APP/TWR HOURS LATERAL LIMITS UPPER LANGUAGES REMARKS


LIMITS
1 2 3 4 5 6
RECIFE TWR H24 PT-EN
RIBEIRÃO TWR 0900-0200 PT-EN
RIO APP CTR AFONSOS 1, From 2252.06S/04327.90W;
2254.52S/04326.05W; 2252.77S/04320.73W;
2251.85S/04320.32W; 2250.07S/04322.09W; to
point of origin.
1000FT
CTR AFONSOS 2, From 2252.06S/04327.90W;
2254.52S/04326.05W; 2252.77S/04320.73W;
2251.85S/04320.32W; 2251.04S/04318.91W;
2249.83S/04320.52W; 2251.73S/04325.27W;
2251.64S/04326.70W; to point of origin.
700FT
CTR GALEÃO 1, From 2251.55S/04317.28W;
2252.23S/04314.74W; 2253.07S/04313.87W;
2248.40S/04305.13W; 2243.18S/04306.60W;
2245.34S/04315.19W; 2242.67S/04320.62W;
2245.07S/04322.36W; 2248.93S/04323.23W;
1500FT
2252.42S/04319.77W; to point of origin.
CTR GALEÃO 2, From 2253.07S/04313.87W;
H24 2248.40S/04305.13W; 2243.18S/04306.60W; PT-EN *C
2245.34S/04315.19W; 2243.21S/04319.51W;
2245.85S/04321.61W; 2247.55S/04321.04W;
700FT
2249.83S/04320.52W; 2251.15S/04318.78W;
2252.23S/04314.74W; to point of origin.
CTR RIO 1, From 2252.42S/04319.77W; 2253.77S/
04318.64W; 2301.42S/04306.76W; 2300.93S/
04303.60W; 2254.57S/04259.77W; 2250.55S/
1500FT
04301.63W; 2248.40S/04305.13W; 2253.07S/
04313.87W; 2252.23S/04314.74W; 2251.55S/
04317.28W; to point of origin.
CTR RIO 2, From 2253.80S/04313.12W; 2254.63S/
04312.88W; 2256.38S/04314.59W; 2301.42S/
700FT
04306.76W; 2300.93S/04303.60W; 2254.30S/
04303.78W; 2250.77S/04306.16W; 2248.40S/
04305.13W; 2253.07S/04313.87W; to point of
origin.
RIO TWR OPR
H24 PT-EN
INFRAERO
RIO BRANCO CTR Circular area centered on 0952.08S/
H24 FL 35 PT-EN *D
APP 06753.53W within a 15NM radius.
RIO BRANCO
H24 PT-EN D-CL
TWR
SALVADOR APP CTR Circular area centered on 1254.00S/
H24 FL 35 PT-EN C
03819.00W within a 20NM radius.
SALVADOR TWR H24 PT-EN
SANTA CRUZ *C
CTR SANTA CRUZ 1, From 2241.41S/04351.34W; FL 115
APP MIL AD
2233.79S/04410.12W; 2251.72S/04429.53W;
2301.32S/04401.06W; 2251.45S/04358.09W; to
point of origin.
CTR SANTA CRUZ 2, From 2314.65S/04327.46W;
H24 2233.85S/04339.49W; 2241.41S/04351.34W; 6500FT PT-EN
*C
2251.45S/04358.09W; 2323.82S/04407.87W; to
point of origin.
CTR SANTA CRUZ 3, From 2255.87S/04354.22W;
*C
2305.32S/04353.32W; 2304.03S/04335.07W;
Limite inferior
2248.04S/04338.95W; to point of origin. 2500FT
FL065
SANTA CRUZ
H24 PT-EN
TWR
SANTA MARIA CTR Circular area centered on 2942.00S/
0900-0300 FL 45 PT-EN *C
APP 05342.00W within a 15NM radius.
SANTA MARIA
0900-0300 PT-EN
TWR
SANTARÉM APP *D
CTR Circular area centered on 0225.00S/
H24 FL 25 PT-EN OPR
05449.00W within a 15NM radius.
INFRAERO

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02 MAR 17 BRASIL

APP/TWR HOURS LATERAL LIMITS UPPER LANGUAGES REMARKS


LIMITS
1 2 3 4 5 6
SANTARÉM TWR OPR
H24 PT-EN
INFRAERO
SÃO GONÇALO
DO AMARANTE H24 PT-EN
TWR
SÃO JOSÉ TWR H24 PT-EN D-CL
SÃO LUÍS APP CTR Circular area centered on 0234.99S/
H24 FL 25 PT-EN *D
04413.99W within a 15NM radius.
SÃO LUÍS TWR H24 PT-EN
SÃO PAULO APP CTR CAMPINAS, From 2309.38S/04703.49W;
3700FT
2301.83S/04657.19W; 2249.65S/04714.21W;
2259.08S/04722.09W; 2308.58S/04708.86W; to
point of origin.
CTR GUARULHOS, From 2325.69S/04637.35W;
2321.11S/04620.41W; 2326.13S/04618.81W;
3600FT
2329.83S/04632.53W; 2329.20S/04636.25W; to
point of origin.
H24 CTR SÃO JOSÉ, From 2309.64S/04608.33W; PT-EN *C
2320.93S/04557.66W; 2323.18S/04541.91W;
2315.28S/04533.60W; 2304.78S/04545.15W;
FL 55
2303.43S/04537.20W; 2258.84S/04538.56W;
2256.98S/04553.76W; to point of origin.
CTR SÃO PAULO, From 2333.15S/04645.63W;
2331.53S/04642.88W; 2331.66S/04640.21W;
2342.10S/04633.01W; 2344.78S/04637.60W; to
3600FT
point of origin.
SÃO PAULO TWR 0900-0200 PT-EN
TAUBATÉ APP CTR From 2257.30S/04512.96W; 2309.46S/
04534.21W; 2305.50S/04535.18W; 2303.45S/
04537.18W; 2258.54S/04538.66W; 2248.10S/
0900-0300 FL 75 PT-EN NIL
04523.70W then along the counter clockwise arc of a
circle of 10NM radius centred on 2247.28S/
04512.91W to point of origin.
TAUBATÉ TWR CTR From 2257.30S/04512.96W; 2309.46S/
04534.21W; 2305.50S/04535.18W; 2303.45S/
04537.18W; 2258.54S/04538.66W; 2248.10S/
0900-0300 FL 75 PT-EN
04523.70W then along the counter clockwise arc of a
circle of 10NM radius centred on 2247.28S/
04512.91W to point of origin.
TERESINA APP *D
CTR Circular area centered on 0504.00S/
H24 FL 35 PT-EN OPR
04249.00W within a 15NM radius.
INFRAERO
TERESINA TWR OPR
H24 PT-EN
INFRAERO
UBERABA APP *D
CTR Circular area centered on 1946.00S/
H24 FL 55 PT-EN OPR
04758.00W within a 15NM radius.
INFRAERO
UBERABA TWR OPR
0900-0300 PT-EN
INFRAERO
UBERLÂNDIA *D
TWR (1) APP
service
CTR Circular area centered on 1852.63S/
H24(1) FL 55 PT-EN provided by
04813.30W within a 20NM radius.
the CTR
OPR
INFRAERO
URUGUAIANA ATZ Circular area centered on 2947.16S/
0900-2200 1500FT PT-EN
AFIS 05702.19W (NDB URG) within a 5NM radius.
VITÓRIA APP *D
CTR Circular area centered on 2015.00S/
H24 FL 45 PT-EN OPR
04016.99W within a 15NM radius.
INFRAERO
VITÓRIA TWR OPR
H24 PT-EN
INFRAERO

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AIP ENR 3.1.1 R563 -1
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

Direction of
IDENTIFICATION Mag DIST VERTICAL cruising levels WIDTH REMARKS
REPORTING POINTS Hdg (NM) LIMITS (km)

MNM MNM
FL FL
Odd Even
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

R563
 FOZ
VOR/DME (FOZ)
25 34.99S 054 30.21W
162 FL245 SEE
342 40 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 LADER
26 08.55S 054 05.90W
162 FL245 SEE
342 31 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 GEBUN
26 34.67S 053 46.76W
162 FL245 SEE
342 97 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 MAGNA
27 55.57S 052 46.36W
162 FL245 SEE
341 92 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 EAGLE
29 12.17S 051 47.43W
159 FL245 SEE
339 18 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 JAUNT
29 26.76S 051 35.01W
158 FL245 SEE
338 38 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 CANOAS
NDB (OAS)
29 56.68S 051 08.24W

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BRASIL 02 MAR 17

Direction of
IDENTIFICATION Mag DIST VERTICAL cruising levels WIDTH REMARKS
REPORTING POINTS Hdg (NM) LIMITS (km)

MNM MNM
FL FL
Odd Even
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

W10
 CRUZEIRO
VOR/DME (CZS)
07 36.41S 072 46.41W
121 FL245 SEE
302 148 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 PANOL
08 39.63S 070 31.70W
122 FL245 SEE
303 130 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 AERON
09 34.68S 068 32.36W
124 FL245 SEE
304 42 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 RIO BRANCO
VOR/DME (RCO)
09 52.56S 067 54.32W
083 FL245 SEE
263 43 FL155 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 BIGOD
09 40.67S 067 12.83W
083 FL245 SEE
265 165 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 CHANT
08 54.28S 064 32.92W
084 FL245 SEE
265 40 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 PORTO VELHO
VOR/DME (PVH)
08 42.84S 063 54.21W
150 FL245 SEE
330 40 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 ITAGU
09 12.65S 063 27.09W
150 FL245 SEE
331 134 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 RONDÔNIA
NDB (RON)
10 53.11S 061 56.85W
148 FL245 SEE
329 153 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 VILHENA
VOR/DME/NDB (VLH)
12 41.61S 060 05.71W
142 FL245 SEE
323 150 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 OBKIK
14 13.46S 058 03.84W
143 FL245 SEE
323 102 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 AMZAK
15 15.25S 056 39.85W
143 FL245 SEE
324 40 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 CUIABÁ
VOR/DME (CIA)
15 39.37S 056 06.72W

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02 MAR 17 BRASIL

Direction of
IDENTIFICATION Mag DIST VERTICAL cruising levels WIDTH REMARKS
REPORTING POINTS Hdg (NM) LIMITS (km)

MNM MNM
FL FL
Odd Even
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
110 FL245 SEE
290 40 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 MAGDA
15 41.85S 055 25.34W
110 FL245 SEE
291 122 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 MASVO
15 48.53S 053 19.22W
111 FL245 SEE
291 54 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 GARÇAS
VOR/DME (BAG)
15 51.21S 052 23.74W
123 FL245 SEE
304 149 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 NIMVA
16 28.11S 049 53.51W
125 FL245 SEE
305 13 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 GAVUV
16 31.46S 049 40.22W
125 FL245 SEE
305 27 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 GOIÂNIA
VOR/DME (GNV)
16 38.45S 049 12.67W
075 FL245 SEE
255 15 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 GOMAL
16 29.70S 048 59.86W
077 FL245 SEE
257 13 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 LODUV
16 22.67S 048 48.83W
077 FL245 SEE
257 15 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 PAJEM
16 14.51S 048 35.93W
077 FL245 SEE
257 40 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 BRASÍLIA
VOR/DME (BSI)
15 52.31S 048 01.32W
084 FL245 SEE
264 57 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 KOLDA
15 26.19S 047 08.41W
080 FL245 SEE
260 93 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 BAIAN
14 37.43S 045 46.03W
082 FL245 SEE
262 50 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 IMBES
14 11.95S 045 01.25W
082 FL245 SEE
262 109 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1

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AIP ENR 3.1.1 W13 -3
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

Direction of
IDENTIFICATION Mag DIST VERTICAL cruising levels WIDTH REMARKS
REPORTING POINTS Hdg (NM) LIMITS (km)

MNM MNM
FL FL
Odd Even
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
 MATEL
25 13.46S 053 52.94W
253 FL245 SEE
073 40 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 FOZ
VOR/DME (FOZ)
25 34.99S 054 30.21W

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AIP ENR 3.1.1 W34 -1
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

Direction of
IDENTIFICATION Mag DIST VERTICAL cruising levels WIDTH REMARKS
REPORTING POINTS Hdg (NM) LIMITS (km)

MNM MNM
FL FL
Odd Even
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

W34
 FOZ
VOR/DME (FOZ)
25 34.99S 054 30.21W
106 FL245 SEE
286 40 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 KAMIL
25 35.24S 053 45.97W
106 FL245 SEE
287 129 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 ILBEK
25 35.09S 051 23.50W
107 FL245 SEE
287 72 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 PUNTO
25 33.99S 050 03.56W
106 FL245 SEE
286 35 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 LUPTA
25 32.32S 049 24.77W
107 FL245 SEE
286 13 FL145 150  160  ENR
3.1-1
 CURITIBA
VOR/DME (CTB)
25 31.92S 049 10.06W

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BRASIL 02 MAR 17

Direction of
IDENTIFICATION Mag DIST VERTICAL cruising levels WIDTH REMARKS
REPORTING POINTS Hdg (NM) LIMITS (km)

MNM MNM
FL FL
Odd Even
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Z5 RNAV 5

 BRASÍLIA
VOR/DME (BSI)
15 52.31S 048 01.32W
FL235 SEE ONLY ODD FL ON BSI/
170 55 FL145 150  ENR CGO SEGMENT
3.1-1

 ISOPI
16 39.57S 047 32.53W
FL235 SEE INVERTED FL ON ISOPI/
193
50 FL145 150  ENR
CGO SEGMENTS
3.1-1
 MAVNI
17 29.38S 047 24.89W
192 FL235 SEE
83 FL145 150  ENR
3.1-1
 NITBU
18 51.56S 047 11.87W
192 FL235 SEE
18 FL145 150  ENR
3.1-1
 BACON
19 09.33S 047 08.94W

192 FL245 SEE


32 FL145 150  ENR
3.1-1
 ARAXÁ
VOR/DME/NDB (ARX)
19 41.34S 047 03.63W
FL235 SEE
193 31 FL145 150  ENR
3.1-1
 GERBO
20 12.59S 046 59.14W
FL235 SEE
193 40 FL145 150  ENR
3.1-1
 EGBAL
20 52.56S 046 53.35W
FL235 SEE
193 17 FL145 150  ENR
3.1-1
 EVNUG
21 09.35S 046 50.85W
FL235 SEE
193 21 FL145 150  ENR
3.1-1
 EVTOB
21 30.25S 046 47.70W
FL235 SEE
193 52 FL145 150  ENR
3.1-1
 KOLKI
22 21.47S 046 40.05W
FL235 SEE
192 4 FL145 150  ENR
3.1-1
 ENTIT
22 25.05S 046 39.48W
FL235 SEE
192 23 FL145 150  ENR
3.1-1
 ILMUR
22 47.75S 046 35.72W
FL235 SEE
204
39 FL145 150  ENR
3.1-1

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ENR 3.3.1 Z5 -2 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

Direction of
IDENTIFICATION Mag DIST VERTICAL cruising levels WIDTH REMARKS
REPORTING POINTS Hdg (NM) LIMITS (km)

MNM MNM
FL FL
Odd Even
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
 LITON
23 26.80S 046 37.74W
FL235 SEE
208 11 FL145 150  ENR
3.1-1
 CONGONHAS
VOR/DME (CGO)
23 37.65S 046 39.28W
FL245 SEE USE ONLY EVEN FL ON
272
15 FL155 160  ENR VOR CGO/VOR FOZ
3.1-1 SEGMENT
 NINVU
23 42.59S 046 55.19W
FL245 SEE
272
22 FL155 160  ENR
3.1-1
 LOLAG
23 49.42S 047 17.68W
FL245 SEE
272
28 FL155 160  ENR
3.1-1
 PONTE
23 58.24S 047 46.88W
FL245 SEE
272
79 FL155 160  ENR
3.1-1
 MORLU
24 22.02S 049 08.82W
FL245 SEE
274
22 FL155 160  ENR
3.1-1
 VUVPI
24 27.62S 049 32.13W
FL245 SEE
274
28 FL155 160  ENR
3.1-1
 MALEV
24 34.84S 050 01.36W
FL245 SEE
274
178 FL155 160  ENR
3.1-1
 DIDOM
25 17.90S 053 11.11W
FL245 SEE
273
35 FL155 160  ENR
3.1-1
 CRANE
25 25.84S 053 48.93W
FL245 SEE
272
38 FL155 160  ENR
3.1-1
 FOZ
VOR/DME (FOZ)
25 34.99S 054 30.21W

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AIP ENR 3.3.2 UL216 -1
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

Direction of
IDENTIFICATION Mag DIST VERTICAL cruising levels WIDTH REMARKS
REPORTING POINTS Hdg (NM) LIMITS (km)

MNM MNM
FL FL
Odd Even
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
RNAV 5

UL216 GNSS OR IRU


REQUIRED
 NELOX
29 59.76S 051 09.91W
343 UNL SEE
162 40 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 JAUNT
29 26.76S 051 35.01W
339 UNL SEE
159 18 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 EAGLE
29 12.17S 051 47.43W
341 UNL SEE
161 6 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 BAKER
29 07.54S 051 51.05W
342 UNL SEE
162 22 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 NOBEL
28 49.45S 052 05.09W
342 UNL SEE
162 82 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 BRICK
27 41.72S 052 56.83W
342 UNL SEE
162 13 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 ISOVI
27 31.30S 053 04.73W
342 UNL SEE
162 18 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 EDMAR
27 15.96S 053 15.96W
342 UNL SEE
162 35 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 USEXA
26 46.48S 053 37.99W
342 UNL SEE
162 14 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 GEBUN
26 34.67S 053 46.76W
342 UNL SEE
162 31 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 LADER
26 08.55S 054 05.90W
342 UNL SEE
162 40 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 FOZ
VOR/DME (FOZ)
25 34.99S 054 30.21W
345 UNL SEE GNSS OR IRU
165 45 FL245 250  260  ENR
REQUIRED
3.2.1
 BITUR
24 55.88S 054 55.49W

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ENR 3.3.2 UL216 -2 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

Direction of
IDENTIFICATION Mag DIST VERTICAL cruising levels WIDTH REMARKS
REPORTING POINTS Hdg (NM) LIMITS (km)

MNM MNM
FL FL
Odd Even
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
345 UNL SEE
165 77 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 DADRI
23 49.61S 055 37.77W
345 UNL SEE
165 53 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 EGELU
23 03.73S 056 06.67W
344 UNL SEE
164 55 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 ARVOP
22 16.02S 056 36.95W
BTN ARVOP AND ISPUD
IN CASE OF IRU: FOZ
DME/ASSUNÇÃO DME
345 UNL SEE REQUIRED
165 136 FL245 250  260  ENR
BTN SIDAK AND ARVOP
3.2.1
IN CASE OF IRU:
PORTO VELHO VOR/
DME REQUIRED
 ESDER
20 17.69S 057 48.79W
345 UNL SEE
165 45 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 SIDAK
19 38.35S 058 12.47W
BTN SIDAK AND ARVOP
346 UNL SEE IN CASE OF IRU:
166 295 FL245 250  260  ENR
PORTO VELHO VOR/
3.2.1
DME REQUIRED
 LOBON
15 15.85S 060 35.32W
345 UNL SEE
165 121 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 ARMUK
13 28.93S 061 33.50W
BTN ILSOV AND
346 UNL SEE ARMUK IN CASE OF
165 36 FL245 250  260  ENR IRU: PORTO PORTO
3.2.1 VELHO VOR/DME
REQUIRED
 UBSIM
12 56.50S 061 50.62W
347 UNL SEE
167 45 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 ESBUL
12 15.51S 062 10.90W
347 UNL SEE
167 43 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 ISPUD
11 36.33S 062 30.17W
347 UNL SEE BTN ISPUD AND ILSOV
167 94 FL245 250  260  ENR
GNSS REQUIRED
3.2.1
 EVOLO
10 11.51S 063 11.50W
347 UNL SEE
166 57 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 ILSOV
09 19.55S 063 36.59W

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP ENR 3.3.2 UL324 -1
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

Direction of
IDENTIFICATION Mag DIST VERTICAL cruising levels WIDTH REMARKS
REPORTING POINTS Hdg (NM) LIMITS (km)

MNM MNM
FL FL
Odd Even
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
RNAV 5

UL324 GNSS OR IRU


REQUIRED
 FOZ
VOR/DME (FOZ)
25 34.99S 054 30.21W
190 UNL SEE
010 9 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 CATARATAS
VOR (IGU)
25 44.33S 054 29.33W
215 UNL SEE
035 31 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 ALDOS
26 13.84S 054 41.32W
215 UNL SEE
035 22 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 LUCIA
26 34.30S 054 48.90W
215 UNL SEE
034 98 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 ELAMO
28 06.03S 055 27.13W
214 UNL SEE GNSS OR IRU
034 22 FL245 250  260  ENR REQUIRED BTN ELAMO
3.2.1 E CUARA
 ERVAS
28 26.79S 055 36.03W
214 UNL SEE
033 123 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 CUARA
30 22.18S 056 26.99W

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Intentionaly Left Blank
AIP ENR 3.3.2 UM417 -1
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

Direction of
IDENTIFICATION Mag DIST VERTICAL cruising levels WIDTH REMARKS
REPORTING POINTS Hdg (NM) LIMITS (km)

MNM MNM
FL FL
Odd Even
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
RNAV 5

UM417 GNSS OR IRU


REQUIRED
 VAGAN
03 49.15N 063 05.03W
170 UNL SEE
350 105 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 ARVOT
02 12.67N 062 22.81W
166 UNL SEE
347 286 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 ILSUB
02 01.81S 060 09.90W
169 UNL SEE
349 24 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 ISIVA
02 23.00S 059 59.43W
166 UNL SEE
346 24 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 REGEP
02 43.79S 059 47.81W
166 UNL SEE
346 18 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 OPREG
02 59.24S 059 39.23W
166 UNL SEE
346 5 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 TOPOV
03 03.26S 059 36.99W
166 UNL SEE
346 7 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 UGRUD
03 09.36S 059 33.60W
166 UNL SEE
346 12 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 KOKMU
03 20.23S 059 27.53W
165 UNL SEE
345 84 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 GIKVI
04 33.42S 058 45.02W
165 UNL SEE
346 116 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 JACAREACANGA
VOR/DME/NDB (JAC)
06 14.14S 057 46.23W

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ENR 3.3.2 UM417 -2 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

Direction of
IDENTIFICATION Mag DIST VERTICAL cruising levels WIDTH REMARKS
REPORTING POINTS Hdg (NM) LIMITS (km)

MNM MNM
FL FL
Odd Even
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Route deviation during
activation of SBR 715
Upper Balbina Whisky
area:
- acft evolving on awy
172 UNL SEE Southbound/Northbound
352 123 FL245 250  260  ENR use the following route
3.2.1 deviation: KOKMU rep/
MNS VOR -UZ9 awy;
MNS VOR/ILSUB rep -
UM402 awy / then course
at ARVOT rep on UM417
awy
 RAXIL
08 06.25S 056 54.97W
172 UNL SEE
352 76 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 TELOS
09 15.51S 056 23.05W
172 UNL SEE
353 40 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 ALTA FLORESTA
VOR/DME/NDB (ATF)
09 52.10S 056 06.30W
172 UNL SEE
353 91 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 LOKEL
11 15.29S 055 27.08W
173 UNL SEE
352 33 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 OBGAT
11 45.04S 055 12.96W
162 UNL SEE
342 56 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 TONOR
12 31.01S 054 39.50W
162 UNL SEE
342 34 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 OPVEX
12 58.71S 054 19.22W
162 UNL SEE
342 75 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 POPTI
13 59.63S 053 34.27W
167 UNL SEE
347 50 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 SAMAR
14 42.78S 053 07.17W
167 UNL SEE
347 80 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 GARÇAS
VOR/DME (BAG)
15 51.21S 052 23.74W
164 UNL SEE
344 29 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 MOTVI
16 15.43S 052 06.35W
164 UNL SEE
344 32 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP ENR 3.3.2 UM548 -1
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

Direction of
IDENTIFICATION Mag DIST VERTICAL cruising levels WIDTH REMARKS
REPORTING POINTS Hdg (NM) LIMITS (km)

MNM MNM
FL FL
Odd Even
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

UM548 RNAV 5

 FOZ
VOR/DME (FOZ)
25 34.99S 054 30.21W
106 UNL SEE
286 40 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 KAMIL
25 35.24S 053 45.97W
106 UNL SEE
287 39 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 VUGLA
25 35.44S 053 02.88W
107 UNL SEE
287 90 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 ILBEK
25 35.09S 051 23.50W
107 UNL SEE
287 72 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 PUNTO
25 33.99S 050 03.56W
106 UNL SEE
286 35 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 LUPTA
25 32.32S 049 24.77W
107 UNL SEE
286 13 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 CURITIBA
VOR/DME (CTB)
25 31.92S 049 10.06W
UNL SEE ONLY USE ODD FL ON
108
35 FL245 250  ENR
VVOR CTB/ANISE
3.2.1
 SANBO
25 32.08S 048 31.85W
UNL SEE
094
72 FL245 250  ENR
3.2.1
 RONUT
25 12.57S 047 15.06W
UNL SEE
063
50 FL245 250  ENR
3.2.1
 ANISE
24 36.13S 046 37.52W

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AIP ENR 3.3.2 UZ65 -1
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

Direction of
IDENTIFICATION Mag DIST VERTICAL cruising levels WIDTH REMARKS
REPORTING POINTS Hdg (NM) LIMITS (km)

MNM MNM
FL FL
Odd Even
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
RNAV 5

RNAV 5
UZ65
GNSS OR IRU
REQUIRED
 FOZ
VOR/DME (FOZ)
25 34.99S 054 30.21W
073 UNL SEE
253 40 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 MATEL
25 13.46S 053 52.94W
070 UNL SEE BTN MATEL AND
251 56 FL245 250  260  ENR TEMED GNSS OR IRU
3.2.1 REQUERED
 ILMIS
24 40.81S 053 03.45W
071 UNL SEE
251 45 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 TEMED
24 14.10S 052 23.61W
071 UNL SEE
251 19 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 SIGAR
24 03.08S 052 07.32W
070 UNL SEE
250 26 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 CARMO
23 47.46S 051 45.00W
070 UNL SEE
251 44 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 LONDRINA
VOR/DME/NDB (LON)
23 20.37S 051 06.75W
080 UNL SEE
260 40 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 RAMOS
23 01.15S 050 28.65W
080 UNL SEE
260 38 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 NERVO
22 42.59S 049 52.30W
080 UNL SEE
260 11 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 SERRA
22 37.23S 049 41.90W
080 UNL SEE
260 38 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 BAURU
NDB (BRU)
22 18.84S 049 06.43W
099 UNL SEE
279 32 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 MOXAV
22 12.68S 048 32.92W
099 UNL SEE
279 30 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1

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ENR 3.3.2 UZ65 -2 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

Direction of
IDENTIFICATION Mag DIST VERTICAL cruising levels WIDTH REMARKS
REPORTING POINTS Hdg (NM) LIMITS (km)

MNM MNM
FL FL
Odd Even
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
 TEMOB
22 06.89S 048 01.62W
099 UNL SEE
279 12 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 LONAL
22 04.57S 047 49.23W
099 UNL SEE
279 11 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 SELRA
22 02.38S 047 37.66W
099 UNL SEE
279 16 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 PIRASSUNUNGA
VOR/DME (PIR)/NDB (PSN)
21 59.07S 047 20.67W

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP ENR 3.3.2 UZ73 -1
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

Direction of
IDENTIFICATION Mag DIST VERTICAL cruising levels WIDTH REMARKS
REPORTING POINTS Hdg (NM) LIMITS (km)

MNM MNM
FL FL
Odd Even
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
RNAV 5
UZ73
GNSS
 CONGONHAS
VOR/DME (CGO)
23 37.65S 046 39.28W
UNL SEE USE ONLY EVEN FL ON
272
37 FL245 260  ENR PORTION CGO VOR/
3.2.1 FOZ VOR
 LOLAG
23 49.42S 047 17.68W
UNL SEE
272 28 FL245 260  ENR
3.2.1
 PONTE
23 58.24S 047 46.88W
UNL SEE
272 20 FL245 260  ENR
3.2.1
 ANPAX
24 04.46S 048 08.04W
UNL SEE
272 36 FL245 260  ENR
3.2.1
 DARCI
24 15.43S 048 45.81W
UNL SEE
272 22 FL245 260  ENR
3.2.1
 MORLU
24 22.02S 049 08.82W
UNL SEE
274 22 FL245 260  ENR
3.2.1
 VUVPI
24 27.62S 049 32.13W
UNL SEE
275 12 FL245 260  ENR
3.2.1
 SIPOR
24 30.58S 049 44.56W
UNL SEE
273 16 FL245 260  ENR
3.2.1
 MALEV
24 34.84S 050 01.36W
UNL SEE
274 44 FL245 260  ENR
3.2.1
 AULIC
24 45.90S 050 48.35W
UNL SEE
274 116 FL245 260  ENR
3.2.1
 VULIM
25 13.84S 052 52.36W
UNL SEE
273 17 FL245 260  ENR
3.2.1
 DIDOM
25 17.90S 053 11.11W
UNL SEE
273 35 FL245 260  ENR
3.2.1
 CRANE
25 25.84S 053 48.93W
UNL SEE
272
38 FL245 260  ENR
3.2.1

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ENR 3.3.2 UZ73 -2 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

Direction of
IDENTIFICATION Mag DIST VERTICAL cruising levels WIDTH REMARKS
REPORTING POINTS Hdg (NM) LIMITS (km)

MNM MNM
FL FL
Odd Even
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
 FOZ
VOR/DME (FOZ)
25 34.99S 054 30.21W

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP ENR 3.3.2 UZ81 -1
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

Direction of
IDENTIFICATION Mag DIST VERTICAL cruising levels WIDTH REMARKS
REPORTING POINTS Hdg (NM) LIMITS (km)

MNM MNM
FL FL
Odd Even
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
RNAV 5
UZ81
GNSS OR IRU
 MANAUS
VOR/DME (MNS)
03 02.40S 060 03.28W
098 UNL SEE BTN MANAUS AND
278 24 FL245 250  260  ENR FORTALEZA GNSS OR
3.2.1 IRU REQUIRED
 OPREG
02 59.24S 059 39.23W
098 UNL SEE
278 12 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 UDILO
02 57.73S 059 27.76W
099 UNL SEE
279 8 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 MALPU
02 56.81S 059 19.34W
099 UNL SEE
280 50 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 KULAB
02 51.28S 058 29.85W
099 UNL SEE
280 38 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 DOLTI
02 46.99S 057 52.33W
100 UNL SEE
281 66 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 PARINTINS
VOR/DME (PRI)
02 40.02S 056 46.36W
099 UNL SEE
279 21 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 XOLOK
02 37.03S 056 25.57W
101 UNL SEE
281 10 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 OPLIP
02 35.93S 056 16.00W
101 UNL SEE
281 48 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 TOBUX
02 30.49S 055 28.72W
101 UNL SEE
281 40 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 SANTARÉM
VOR/DME/NDB (STM)
02 25.59S 054 49.05W
099 UNL SEE
279 49 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 AMVER
02 17.74S 054 00.81W
099 UNL SEE
279 25 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 RESIN
02 13.79S 053 36.56W

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ENR 3.3.2 UZ81 -2 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

Direction of
IDENTIFICATION Mag DIST VERTICAL cruising levels WIDTH REMARKS
REPORTING POINTS Hdg (NM) LIMITS (km)

MNM MNM
FL FL
Odd Even
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
099 UNL SEE
280 53 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 OPSUT
02 05.32S 052 44.58W
100 UNL SEE
280 17 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 MASVU
02 02.65S 052 28.10W
100 UNL SEE
280 203 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 ILMAN
01 29.61S 049 08.12W
100 UNL SEE
281 40 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 BELÉM
VOR/DME (BEL)
01 23.06S 048 28.71W
126 UNL SEE
306 40 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 JANES
01 34.05S 047 50.29W
126 UNL SEE
306 154 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 DUBRU
02 16.26S 045 21.86W
126 UNL SEE
307 30 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 SAVIO
02 24.47S 044 52.87W
127 UNL SEE
307 40 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 SÃO LUÍS
VOR/DME (SLI)
02 35.35S 044 14.40W
123 UNL SEE
303 20 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 NADIR
02 39.45S 043 54.83W
123 UNL SEE
303 108 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 OBLEV
03 01.80S 042 08.85W
123 UNL SEE
303 23 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 PEPER
03 06.37S 041 46.41W
123 UNL SEE
303 77 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 ISUPI
03 21.89S 040 31.34W
123 UNL SEE
303 81 FL245 250  260  ENR
3.2.1
 CROMO
03 38.02S 039 12.01W
123 UNL SEE
303 40 FL245 250  260  ENR
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5.3.2.2 Means of contact and sender/recipient indicators of Brazilian ACC:


ACC TELEFONES REDDIG AFTN
BRASÍLIA 556133648404 3031 SBBSZQZX
556133651136 3032
556133648367 3033
CURITIBA 554133563475 3060 SBCWZQZX
554132515342 3051
554132515308 3056
554132515484 3052

RECIFE 558134622742 3860 SBREZQZX


558121298388 3851
558121298101 3871
AMAZÔNICO 559236525318 Belém Region: 3651 SBAZZQZX
559236521401 Manaus Region:3653
559236525740 Porto Velho
Region: 3655
ATLÂNTICO 558121298330 3878 SBAOZQZX
558133436215 3879

5.3.2.3 In the event of ground/air communications failure, air traffic services will based on HF and VHF frequencies
available, respectively, in each ACC or APP that has been assigned the provision of ATS within a given portion of
the airspace, as contained in publications in force or in any other designated portion by the central agency.
5.3.2.4 Operators and pilots in command are responsible for previously assessing the relevance of flying in airspace in a
contingency situation since, in some cases, the pilot in command will be responsible for providing their own
separation.
5.3.2.5 While the contingency situation endures, the RPL lists shall be suspended, and the users must provide in all cases
the FPL in accordance with the contingency route networks. Likewise, flights of non RVSM approved aircraft shall
not be allowed, without exception.
5.3.3 AUTO-TRANSFER PROCEDURES
5.3.3.1 When ATS units are not able to coordinate air traffic due to failure in the Fixed Communications Service, the
following auto-transferring procedures shall be applicable:
5.3.3.1.1 The ATS unit shall:
a) Inform the pilot that the Fixed Service with the adjacent ATS unit is not available; and
b) Provide information and instructions necessary for the pilot to establish contact with the adjacent unit.
5.3.3.1.2 The pilot in command shall:
a) Try to establish contact with the adjacent unit at least five (5) minutes before ETO on the reporting point of
transfer;
b) Inform the ATS unit that it is performing an auto-transfer; and
c) Transmit the following information: Aircraft identification, origin, destination, route, flight level, transponder code,
RVSM approval status and estimated to the auto-transfer reporting point.
5.3.4 ATS routes contained in the airspace in a contingency situation shall be reclassified as Class G airspace and will
only be provided the Flight Information Service and Alerting Service.
5.3.5 All ATS routes of the lower airspace shall have their minimum FL changed to FL 150, except when the minimum FL
is already higher.
5.3.6 The minimum longitudinal separation applied between aircraft entering the FIR in contingency shall be 20 minutes
for aircraft using the same FL.
5.3.7 Depending on the speed difference, the flight time in the segment in contingency and the level of degradation of
Services, their respective Supervisors may, by mutual agreement, increase or decrease the longitudinal separation,
without prejudice to regulatory separations.

5.4. PROCEDURES PRIOR TO ACTIVATION OF THE CONTINGENCY PLAN


5.4.1 In case of a total or partial disruption, if necessary, while the Contingency Plan is not activated, the aircraft flying in
the FIR in a contingency situation shall implement the air-ground communication failure procedures established in
Annex 2 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation, except for the differences published in GEN 1-7, and
keep permanent radio watch on the frequency corresponding to the sector over which it is flying and the air/air
frequency (123.45 MHz - TIBA) for Flight Information Broadcast Procedures.

5.5. PLAN ACTIVATION


5.5.1 NOTAM ISSUANCE

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5.5.1.1 The provisions applicable to ATS units and aircraft that take off, land or overfly the Brazilian FIR because of a
partial or total disruption of Air Traffic Services shall be activated by CGNA, through the issuance of specific
NOTAM.

5.6 DUTIES
5.6.1 Duties of the CGNA (Air Navigation Management Center).
a) To evaluate the current scenario and establish initial measures in order to regulate air operations and mitigate
the effects of specific service degradations in the Brazilian ACC.
b) To suspend the entry into the FIR in contingency until the situation is duly assessed and the Contingency Plan is
implemented.
c) To establish flow control measures for entry and for landing and take-off operations to/from FIR in a contingency
situation in order to prevent overloading of the ACC and APP control sectors.
d) To assess, depending on the length and complexity of the degradation, the need for creating and activating a
Contingency Committee, which will coordinate the activities during the contingency period.
e) To coordinate contingency situations with sufficient advance, as soon as possible, with the Central Units
responsible for the adjacent FIR, with the ICAO (SAM Regional Office) and representatives of the airlines.
f) To take the necessary actions to issue the corresponding NOTAM, according to the contingency situation. If the
situation is predictable, the NOTAM shall be issued 48 hours in advance at least.
5.6.2 DUTIES OF THE ATS UNITS INVOLVED
a) To transmit, in accordance with the stipulated normal procedures, air traffic messages to the ACC in contingency
situation, as well as an estimated time (EST) message to the first FIR located right after the FIR in contingency
situation;
b) To authorize the entry of an aircraft into the FIR in contingency in accordance with the provisions of items 5.7 and
5.8 of this Contingency Plan;
c) To wait for instructions of the Air Navigation Management Center for adjusting the corresponding contingency
measures up to the time the system returns to normal operation;
d) To coordinate, through the ATS coordination circuits or other available means, at least 30 minutes in advance to
the estimated time over the entry/exit points of the FIR in contingency situation;
e) In case of a total disruption, the ATS adjacent ATS should instruct pilots in command to maintain the last level
and airspeed used while flying over the FIR in contingency;
f) When in overflight, to observe that the aircraft shall be leveled at least 10 minutes before entering the FIR in
contingency situation;
g) To instruct the aircraft in order to try to establish contact with the adjacent ATS units at least five (5) minutes in
advance to the estimated time of entry into the subsequent FIR;
h) To observe that, in the event of a total or partial disruption of air traffic services, the entry into the FIR in
contingency shall be suspended until the situation is duly assessed and the Contingency Plan is implemented by
the CGNA – Central Unit; and
i) To observe that, during the activation of the Contingency Plan, flights of non RVSM approved aircraft between
FL290 and FL410 shall not be allowed, without exception.
5.6.3 DUTIES APPLICABLE TO AIRCRAFT
5.6.3.1 Aircraft flying over Brazilian FIR and those coming from or destined to the Terminal Control Areas included in this
Plan shall adhere to the following:
a) Only IFR flights which are conducting regular air transport operations, either domestic or international, search
and rescue flights, State aircraft and humanitarian flights shall be authorized. The other types of flight shall make
prior coordination and obtain specific authorization from CGNA;
b) During activation of this Plan, only RVSM approved aircraft may fly between FL290 and FL410;
c) The aircraft must fly in the axis of the designated contingency route or as nearest as possible;
d) A permanent radio watch must be kept on VHF or HF frequency corresponding to the sector that is being
overflown or other designated, as well as on air/air frequency (123.45 MHZ) and report any climbing or descent
maneuver as circumstances require. The message shall contain: aircraft identification, position, abandoned level,
crossing level and any other relevant information;
e) Make the necessary coordination with other aircraft using the corresponding ATC frequency and air/air frequency
(123.45 MHz),
f) Keep the navigation and anti-collision lights permanently turned on while operating in the FIR in contingency
situations;
g) Keep the transponder ON and set on code 2000, if no other SSR code has been assigned;
h) It is mandatory to be equipped with ACAS to fly in the upper airspace; and
i) The FPL shall be completed in accordance with the legislation in force and according to the contingency route
networks.

5.7 SPECIFIC PROVISIONS APPLICABLE IN CASE OF PARTIAL DISRUPTION OF AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES IN
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5.7.1 The procedures for partial disruption, in which only Flight Information Service and Alerting Services are provided
by the unit in contingency or another unit designated by it, include the establishment of contingency routes between
specified Terminal Control Areas and between these and the adjacent FIR. Such routes shall be used by aircraft
intending to land/take off at aerodromes located within the FIR in contingency.
5.7.2 Aircraft intending only to overfly the FIR under partial disruption must use the simplified route network for total
disruption, according to item 5.8, disregarding the established flight levels.
5.7.3 During the application of this Contingency Plan, the following shall be observed:
a) Aircraft that will land at/or take-off from aerodromes located in the TMA specified below may only fly under IFR,
applying the list of flight levels contained in Appendix 3 of ICAO Annex 2, and shall compulsorily use the ATS routes
included in the following items;
b) Flights with origin and/or destination different from the locations described in items 5.7.4.1, 5.7.5.1, 5.7.6.1 and
5.7.7.1 may only be conducted under VFR flight rules and below FL 145, inclusive, and the pilot in command will
have the responsibility to provide his/her own separation. For these aircraft, ATS services will not be provided in the
FIR in contingency, being forbidden to submit AFIL Flight Plan to the ACC in contingency;
c) All aircraft shall keep radio watch of the TIBA frequency (123.45 MHz), in addition to the control sector frequency
that is being overflown;
d) For aircraft that will take off from or land at the FIR in contingency, the subsequent paragraphs shall be observed
for each FIR; and
e) The application of this Contingency Plan provides that at least the Flight Information Services and Alerting
Services will be available at the TMA indicated below.

5.7.4 BRASÍLIA FIR


5.7.4.1 During partial contingency in the Brasília FIR, at least Flight Information Service (FIS) and Alerting Services will
be provided. For the TMA directly involved with the flight progress that serve the airports of Brasília (SBBR),
Goiânia (SBGO), Confins (SBCF), Belo Horizonte (SBBH), Guarulhos (SBGR), Congonhas (SBSP) and Campinas
(SBKP), a simplified system will be used, composed of the route network of Brasília FIR, interconnecting these
TMA and connecting them to the Amazônica, Atlântico, Curitiba and Recife FIR, and vice-versa, as follows:
5.7.4.1.1 Aircraft coming from Brasília Terminal Area and Anápolis Terminal Area, destined to Recife FIR. They shall use the
following routes:
a) UZ18; UW59; UZ19
b) W2; W10
5.7.4.1.2 Aircraft coming from Recife FIR, destined to Brasília Terminal Area and Anápolis Terminal Area. They shall use the
following routes:
a) UZ18 SIMUV UZ59; UZ27 SIMUV UZ59 BSI UM668; UZ17 SIMUV UZ59;
b) W2 BSI W10; W10.
5.7.4.1.3 Aircraft coming from Brasília Terminal Area and Anápolis Terminal Area, destined to Amazônica FIR. They shall use
the following routes:
a) UM409; UZ26; UM668; UZ40;
b) G678; W10; G449.
5.7.4.1.4 Aircraft coming from Amazônica FIR, destined to Brasília Terminal Area and Anápolis Terminal Area. They shall use
the following routes:
a) UZ26 BSI UM668; UM668; UZ6; UZ40;
b) G678; W10; G449.
5.7.4.1.5 Aircraft coming from Brasília Terminal Area and Anápolis Terminal Area, destined to Curitiba FIR. They shall use
the following routes:
a) UZ5; UZ31 UDIGI UZ5; UM668 GNV UM544; UM668 BSI UZ6; UZ6;
b) W29; W10 GNV W29; W10 BSI Z2;
5.7.4.1.6 Aircraft coming from Curitiba FIR, destined to Brasília Terminal Area and Anápolis Terminal Area. They shall use
the following routes:
a) UZ5; UZ5 SIRUL UZ46; UM403; UM544 GNV UM668; UM409 FLAND UZ33;
b) W29; W21;
5.7.4.1.7 Aircraft coming from São Paulo Terminal Area, destined to Recife FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UZ23 BHZ UZ61 FORTI; UZ23 BHZ UZ16 POSMU; UZ23 BHZ UZ61 QUARU UN866 RUBIC
b) W45 BHZ CNF W1; W45 BHZ CNF W8.
5.7.4.1.8 Aircraft coming from Recife FIR, destined to São Paulo Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) UN741 MUMDI UZ38; UTGIR UZ21;
b) DAGOV W1; W10 BSI G449.
5.7.4.1.9 Aircraft coming from São Paulo Terminal Area, destined to Amazônica FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UZ25; UZ26;
b) Z7 BSI G449; Z7 BSI G678.

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5.7.4.1.10 Aircraft coming from the Amazônica FIR, destined to São Paulo Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) UZ6 NIMKI UZ38; UZ26 BSI UZ6 NIMKI UZ38; UL795 ETAXI UZ38;
b) G449 BSI Z2 NIMKI Z6; G678 BSI Z2 NIMKI Z6; W10 GNV W11 MOPNI Z6.
5.7.4.1.11 Aircraft coming from Belo Horizonte Terminal Area, destined to Recife FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UZ61; UZ16;
b) W1; W8.
5.7.4.1.12 Aircraft coming from Recife FIR, destined to Belo Horizonte Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) CARDO UZ4; UTGIR UZ21;
b) W45; W8.
5.7.4.1.13 Aircraft coming from Amazônica FIR, destined to Belo Horizonte Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) UM549 VUBOM UL795 EGONI UZ8; UZ6 ISOPI UZ35; UZ26 PMS UZ43 AFTER UZ13;
b) G678 BSI W17; G449 BSI W17; W10 GNV W11.
5.7.4.1.14 Aircraft coming from Belo Horizonte Terminal Area, destined to Amazônica FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UZ33 BSI UZ40; UZ33 FLAND UM409; UZ13 AFTER UZ43 OPNUP;
b) W11 GNV W10; W2 BSI G678; W2 BSI G449.
5.7.4.1.15 Aircraft coming from Recife FIR, destined to Cuiabá Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) UZ59 BSI UM668;
b) W10.
5.7.4.1.16 Aircraft coming from Cuiabá Terminal Area, destined to Recife FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UM668 BSI UZ59;
b) W10.
5.7.4.1.17 Aircraft coming from Brasília Terminal Area, destined to Belo Horizonte Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UZ35;
b) W17.
5.7.4.1.18 Aircraft coming from Belo Horizonte Terminal Area, destined to Brasília Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UZ33;
b) W2.
5.7.4.1.19 Aircraft coming from Brasília Terminal Area, destined to Rio Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) UZ6;
b) Z2.
5.7.4.1.20 Aircraft coming from Brasília Terminal Area, destined to São Paulo Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UZ6 NIMKI UZ38;
b) Z2 NIMKI Z6.
5.7.4.1.21. Aircraft coming from São Paulo Terminal Area, destined to Brasília Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UZ26;
b) Z7.
5.7.4.1.22. Aircraft coming from Brasília Terminal Area, destined to Cuiabá Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) UM668;
b) W10.
5.7.4.1.23. Aircraft coming from Cuiabá Terminal Area, destined to Brasília Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) UM668;
b) W10.
5.7.4.1.24. Aircraft coming from Belo Horizonte Terminal Area, destined to Vitória Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UZ35;
b) W11.
5.7.4.1.25. Aircraft coming from Vitória Terminal Area, destined to Belo Horizonte Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UZ34;
b) W13.
5.7.4.1.26. Aircraft coming from Vitória Terminal Area, destined to Brasília Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:

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a) UZ40;
b) Z3.
5.7.4.1.27. Aircraft coming from Brasília Terminal Area, destined to Vitória Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) UZ32;
b) W17 BHZ W11.
5.7.4.1.28. Aircraft coming from Belo Horizonte Terminal Area, destined to São Paulo Terminal Area. They shall use the
following routes:
a) UZ21;
b) W1.
5.7.4.1.29 Aircraft coming from São Paulo Terminal Area, destined to Belo Horizonte Terminal Area. They shall use the
following routes:
a) UZ23;
b) W45.

5.7.5 CURITIBA FIR


5.7.5.1 During partial contingency in the Curitiba FIR only Flight Information Service (FIS) and Alerting Services will be
provided. For the TMA directly involved with the flight progress that serve the airports of Curitiba (SBCT), Porto
Alegre (SBPA), Florianópolis (SBFL), Campo Grande (SBCG), Londrina (SBLO), Galeão (SBGL), Santos Dumont
(SBRJ), Guarulhos (SBGR), Congonhas (SBSP), Campinas (SBKP), Confins (SBCF), and Belo Horizonte (SBBH)
a simplified system will be used, composed of the route network of Curitiba FIR, interconnecting these TMA and
connecting them to the Recife, Brasília, Asunción, La Paz, Montevideo and Resistencia FIR, or vice versa, as
follows:
5.7.5.1.1. Aircraft coming from Asunción FIR, destined to Curitiba Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) FOZ UM548;
b) FOZ W34.
5.7.5.1.2. Aircraft coming from the Curitiba Terminal Area, destined to Asunción FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UM548 FOZ;
b) W34 FOZ.
5.7.5.1.3. Aircraft coming from Asunción FIR, destined to Porto Alegre Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) GEBUN UL216;
b) GEBUN R563.
5.7.5.1.4. Aircraft coming from Porto Alegre Terminal Area, destined to Asunción FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UL216 GEBUN;
b) R563 GEBUN.
5.7.5.1.5. Aircraft coming from Asunción FIR, destined to Florianópolis Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) FOZ UM548 CTB UW19;
b) FOZ W34 CTB W48.
5.7.5.1.6. Aircraft coming from Florianópolis Terminal Area, destined to Asunción FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UW19 CTB UM548 FOZ;
b) W48 CTB W34 FOZ.
5.7.5.1.7. Aircraft coming from Asunción FIR, destined to Campo Grande Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) AKSUL UM544;
b) PTP A430.
5.7.5.1.8. Aircraft coming from Campo Grande Terminal Area, destined to Asunción FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UM544 AKSUL;
b) A430 PTP.
5.7.5.1.9. Aircraft coming from São Paulo Terminal Area, destined to Asunción FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UL301 BOLIR;
b) G449 CTB W34 FOZ; A428 GEMAS.
5.7.5.1.10. Aircraft coming from Asunción FIR, destined to São Paulo Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) FOZ UM548 RONUT UM671;
b) FOZ W34 CTB W26.
5.7.5.1.11. Aircraft coming from Resistencia FIR, destined to Curitiba Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) FOZ UM548;
b) FOZ W34.
5.7.5.1.12. Aircraft coming from Curitiba Terminal Area, destined to Resistencia FIR. They shall use the following routes:

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a) UM548 FOZ;
b) W34 FOZ.
5.7.5.1.13. Aircraft coming from Resistencia FIR, destined to São Paulo Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) ARULA UM400 RONUT UM671;
b) FOZ W34 CTB W26.
5.7.5.1.14. Aircraft coming from São Paulo Terminal Area, destined to Resistencia FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UL310 ARULA;
b) G449 CTB W34 FOZ; A428 LON W13.
5.7.5.1.15. Aircraft coming from Montevideo FIR, destined to Curitiba Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) AKNEN UM671 CXS UW6;
b) ISALA A314 OAS G449.
5.7.5.1.16. Aircraft coming from Curitiba Terminal Area, destined to Montevideo FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UA310 MLO; UA310 ASDEK UM788 BGE UN741 ISALA;
b) G449 OAS A314 ISALA.
5.7.5.1.17. Aircraft coming from Montevideo FIR, destined to Porto Alegre Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) AKPOD UM540; OGRUN UN857;
b) UGURA A309.
5.7.5.1.18. Aircraft coming from Porto Alegre Terminal Area, destined to Montevideo FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UN857 OGRUN; UM534 LOBOR UN741 ISALA;
b) A314 ISALA.
5.7.5.1.19. Aircraft coming from Montevideo FIR, destined to Florianópolis Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) AKPOD UM540 JUICE UN857 EGBIP DCT; OGRUN UN857 EGBIP DCT;
b) UGURA A309 OAS DCT JUICE Z4; UGURA A309 OAS W14.
5.7.5.1.20. Aircraft coming from Florianópolis Terminal Area, destined to Montevideo FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UW19 OAS DCT NELOX UM534 LOBOR UN741 ISALA;
b) W14 OAS A314 ISALA.
5.7.5.1.21. Aircraft coming from Montevideo FIR, destined to São Paulo Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) AKNEN UM671;
b) UGURA A309 OAS W14 FLN W45; UGURA A309 OAS DCT JUICE Z4 FLN W45.
5.7.5.1.22. Aircraft coming from the São Paulo Terminal Area, destined to Montevideo FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UM788 BGE UN741 ISALA; UM792 AKNEN;
b) G449 OAS A314 ISALA.
5.7.5.1.23. Aircraft coming from La Paz FIR, destined to Campo Grande Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) CUB UZ42;
b) CUB A304.
5.7.5.1.24. Aircraft coming from Campo Grande Terminal Area, destined to La Paz FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UZ42 CUB;
b) A304 CUB.
5.7.5.1.25 Aircraft coming from La Paz FIR, destined to São Paulo Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) CUB UZ42 GRD UZ22 ESDAD UZ38;
b) CUB A304 GRD W7.
5.7.5.1.26. Aircraft coming from São Paulo Terminal Area, destined to La Paz FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UM415 SIDAK;
b) W7 GRD A304 CUB.
5.7.5.1.27. Aircraft coming from Porto Alegre Terminal Area, destined to Florianópolis Terminal Area. They shall use the
following routes:
a) UN857 EGBIP DCT;
b) Z4; W14.
5.7.5.1.28. Aircraft coming from Florianópolis Terminal Area, destined to Porto Alegre Terminal Area. They shall use the
following routes:
a) UW19;
b) Z4; W14.
5.7.5.1.29. Aircraft coming from Florianópolis Terminal Area, destined to Curitiba Terminal Area. They shall use the following
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a) UW19;
b) W48.
5.7.5.1.30. Aircraft coming from Curitiba Terminal Area, destined to Florianópolis Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UW19;
b) W48.
5.7.5.1.31. Aircraft coming from Porto Alegre Terminal Area, destined to Curitiba Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UW6;
b) G449.
5.7.5.1.32. Aircraft coming from Curitiba Terminal Area, destined to Porto Alegre Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UW24;
b) G449.
5.7.5.1.33. Aircraft coming from Curitiba Terminal Area, destined to São Paulo Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UZ64 NEGUS; UM548 RONUT UM671 ANISE;
b) W26.
5.7.5.1.34. Aircraft coming from São Paulo Terminal Area, destined to Curitiba Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UW24; UA310;
b) G449; W57.
5.7.5.1.35. Aircraft coming from Florianópolis Terminal Area, destined to São Paulo Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) DCT OSAMU UM671 RONUT UZ23 NEGUS; UW21;
b) W45.
5.7.5.1.36. Aircraft coming from São Paulo Terminal Area, destined to Florianópolis Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UW24 CTB UW19;
b) G449 CTB W48.
5.7.5.1.37 Aircraft coming from Foz Terminal Area, destined to Curitiba Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) UM548;
b) W34.
5.7.5.1.38. Aircraft coming from Curitiba Terminal Area, destined to Foz Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) UM548;
b) W34.
5.7.5.1.39. Aircraft coming from Campo Grande Terminal Area, destined to São Paulo Terminal Area. They shall use the
following routes:
a) UZ22 ESDAD UZ38;
b) W7.
5.7.5.1.40. Aircraft coming from São Paulo Terminal Area, destined to Campo Grande Terminal Area. They shall use the
following routes:
a) UM415 DUNCE UW19;
b) W7.
5.7.5.1.41 Aircraft coming from Rio Terminal Area, destined to Atlântico FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UL224 CIDER; UL340 EKALO.
5.7.5.1.42. Aircraft coming from Atlântico FIR, destined to Rio Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) EKALO UL340; CIDER UL224.
5.7.5.1.43. Aircraft coming from Rio Terminal Area, destined to Curitiba Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) UZ45 ORANA UA310;
b) W6 BUVGU G449; Z11 NIBGA G449.
5.7.5.1.44. Aircraft coming from Curitiba Terminal Area, destined to Rio Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) UM548 RONUT UM400;
b) W26 RDE DCT DORLU W53; W26 RDE DCT EKIDI W7.
5.7.5.1.45. Aircraft coming from Rio Terminal Area, destined to Florianópolis Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:

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a) UN857 EKUBI;
b) Z4.
5.7.5.1.46. Aircraft coming from Florianópolis Terminal Area, destined to Rio Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) EKUBI UN857;
b) Z4.
5.7.5.1.47. Aircraft coming from Rio Terminal Area, destined to Porto Alegre Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) UN857 EKUBI DCT FLN UW19;
b) Z4.
5.7.5.1.48. Aircraft coming from Porto Alegre Terminal Area, destined to Rio Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) UN857;
b) Z4.
5.7.5.1.49. Aircraft coming from Belo Horizonte Terminal Area, destined to Curitiba Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UZ21 SCB UA310;
b) W57
5.7.5.1.50. Aircraft coming from Curitiba Terminal Area, destined to Belo Horizonte Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UZ64 NEGUS UZ23;
b) W26 RDE W45
5.7.5.1.51. Aircraft coming from Vitória Terminal Area, destined to São Paulo Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UZ44; UZ44 ADA UZ45;
b) W6.
5.7.5.1.52. Aircraft coming from São Paulo Terminal Area, destined to Vitória Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UZ37 CXI UL340 VUPIP UL206;
b) W53 MCA W6; W7 MCA W6.
5.7.5.1.53. Aircraft coming from Vitória Terminal Area, destined to Rio Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) UZ44 ADA; UL327 MOLSU;
b) Z10 MOLSU; W6 ADA.
5.7.5.1.54. Aircraft coming from Rio Terminal Area, destined to Vitória Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) UL206;
b) W6.
5.7.5.1.55. Aircraft coming from Belo Horizonte Terminal Area, destined to Rio Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UZ3;
b) W2.
5.7.5.1.56. Aircraft coming from Rio Terminal Area, destined to Belo Horizonte Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UZ4;
b) W8.
5.7.5.1.57. Aircraft coming from Campo Grande Terminal Area, destined to Londrina Terminal Area. They shall use the
following routes:
a) UW19;
b) W47.
5.7.5.1.58. Aircraft coming from Londrina Terminal Area, destined to Campo Grande Terminal Area. They shall use the
following routes:
a) UW19;
b) W47.
5.7.5.1.59. Aircraft coming from Londrina Terminal Area, destined to Curitiba Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UW19;
b) W48.
5.7.5.1.60. Aircraft coming from Curitiba Terminal Area, destined to Londrina Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
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b) W48.
5.7.5.1.61 Aircraft coming from Porto Alegre Terminal Area, destined to São Paulo Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UM540 OSAMU UM671;
b) Z4 FLN W45.
5.7.5.1.62 Aircraft coming from São Paulo Terminal Area, destined to Porto Alegre Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UM788 NAFIL UW24;
b) G449.
5.7.5.2 Aircraft coming from the Northeast region of Brazil and that intend to overfly the airspace in contingency to CW FIR
must necessarily enter the airspace through VTR VOR and follow the contingency routes indicated at VITÓRIA
TERMINAL
5.7.5.3 Aircraft coming from BS FIR destined to Rio de Janeiro Terminal Area must necessarily enter the airspace through
BHZ VOR and follow the contingency routes indicated at BELO HORIZONTE TERMINAL.
5.7.5.4 Aircraft coming from BS FIR destined to Campo Grande Terminal Area must necessarily enter the airspace through
PULOT UM544; PULOT W29 or SCB UM415 DUNCE UW19; W7.
5.7.5.5 Aircraft coming from AZ FIR destined to Campo Grande Terminal Area must necessarily enter the airspace through
TOSAR position UZ63; W47.

5.7.6 AMAZÔNICA FIR


5.7.6.1 During partial contingency in the Amazônica FIR only Flight Information Service (FIS) and Alerting Services will
be provided. For the TMA directly involved with the flight progress that serve the airports of Eduardo Gomes
(SBEG), Porto Velho (SBPV), Boa Vista (SBBV), Rio Branco (SBRB), Belém (SBBE), Macapá (SBMQ), Cuiabá
(SBCY) and Santarém (SBSN), a simplified system will be used, composed of the route network of the Amazônica
FIR, interconnecting these TMA and connecting them to the Bogotá, Georgetown, La Paz, Lima, Maiquetía,
Paramaribo and Cayenne FIR, or vice versa, as follows:
5.7.6.1.1 Aircraft coming from Maiquetía FIR, destined to Manaus Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) PAKON UM423 BVI UM402; VUMPI UR640;
b) LDP G678.
5.7.6.1.2. Aircraft coming from Manaus Terminal Area, destined to Maiquetía FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UM402 BVI; UM423 PAKON
b) G678 LDP.
5.7.6.1.3 Aircraft coming from Georgetown FIR, destined to Manaus Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) GEMOL UB681 BVI UM402;
b) GEMOL B681 BVI G678
5.7.6.1.4 Aircraft coming from Manaus Terminal Area, destined to Georgetown FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UM402 BVI UB681 GEMOL;
b) G678 BVI B681 GEMOL.
5.7.6.1.5 Aircraft coming from Bogotá FIR, destined to Manaus Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) BRACO UA323;
b) YAU W12.
5.7.6.1.6 Aircraft coming from Manaus Terminal Area, destined to Bogotá FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UA323 BRACO;
b) W12 YAU.
5.7.6.1.7 Aircraft coming from Lima FIR, destined to Manaus Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) ILNAM UL306;
b) KEBOM B552 CZS W10 PVH W3.
5.7.6.1.8 Aircraft coming from Manaus Terminal Area, destined to Lima FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UL306 ILNAM;
b) W3 PVH W10 CZS B552 KEBOM .
5.7.6.1.9 Aircraft coming from La Paz FIR, destined to Manaus Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) GRAFO UL309 RBC UZ62;
b) GJM W3.
5.7.6.1.10 Aircraft coming from Manaus Terminal Area, destined to La Paz FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UZ62 RBC UL309 GRAFO;
b) W3 GJM.
5.7.6.1.11 Aircraft coming from Maiquetía FIR, destined to Boa Vista Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:

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a) PAKON UM423;
b) LDP G678.
5.7.6.1.12 Aircraft coming from Boa Vista Terminal Area, destined to Maiquetía FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UM423 PAKON;
b) G678 LDP.
5.7.6.1.13 Aircraft coming from Georgetown FIR, destined to Boa Vista Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) GEMOL UB681;
b) GEMOL B681.
5.7.6.1.14 Aircraft coming from Boa Vista Terminal Area, destined to Georgetown FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UB681 GEMOL;
b) B681 GEMOL.
5.7.6.1.15 Aircraft coming from Paramaribo FIR, destined to Santarém Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) ACARI UP528;
b) TIR W23.
5.7.6.1.16 Aircraft coming from Santarém Terminal Area, destined to FIR Paramaribo. They shall use the following routes:
a) UP528 ACARI;
b) W23 TIR.
5.7.6.1.17 Aircraft coming from Cayenne FIR, destined to Belém Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) OIA UA555; OTONI UG449;
b) OIA G443.
5.7.6.1.18 Aircraft coming from Belém Terminal Area, destined to Cayenne FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UA555 OIA; UG449 OTONI;
b) G443 OIA.
5.7.6.1.19 Aircraft coming from La Paz FIR, destined to Porto Velho Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) GRAFO UL309 RBC UZ74.
b) GJM W3.
5.7.6.1.20 Aircraft coming from Porto Velho Terminal Area, destined to La Paz FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UZ74 RBC UL309 GRAFO;
b) W3 GJM.
5.7.6.1.21 Aircraft coming from La Paz FIR, destined to Rio Branco Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) GRAFO UL309;
b) VILUX A301.
5.7.6.1.22 Aircraft coming from Rio Branco Terminal Area, destined to La Paz FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UL309 GRAFO;
b) A301 VILUX.
5.7.6.1.23 Aircraft coming from Lima FIR, destined to Rio Branco Terminal Area. They shall use the following route:
a) LIMPO UN420;
b) KEBOM B552 CZS W10.
5.7.6.1.24 Aircraft coming from Rio Branco Terminal Area, destined to Lima FIR. They shall use the following route:
a) UA321 LIMPO;
b) W10 CZS B552 KEBOM.
5.7.6.1.25 Aircraft coming from Boa Vista Terminal Area, destined to Manaus Terminal Area. They shall use the following
route:
a) UM402;
b) G678.
5.7.6.1.26 Aircraft coming from Manaus Terminal Area, destined to Boa Vista Terminal Area. They shall use the following
route:
a) UM402;
b) G678.
5.7.6.1.27 Aircraft coming from Porto Velho Terminal Area, destined to Manaus Terminal Area. They shall use the following
route:
a) UZ74;
b) W3.
5.7.6.1.28 Aircraft coming from Manaus Terminal Area, destined to Porto Velho Terminal Area. They shall use the following
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a) UZ74;
b) W3.
5.7.6.1.29 Aircraft coming from Manaus Terminal Area, destined to Belém Terminal Area. They shall use the following route:
a) UZ81;
b) A566.
5.7.6.1.30 Aircraft coming from Belém Terminal Area, destined to Manaus Terminal Area. They shall use the following route:
a) UZ81;
b) A566.
5.7.6.1.31 Aircraft coming from Rio Branco Terminal Area, destined to Manaus Terminal Area. They shall use the following
route:
a) UZ62;
b) W10 PVH W3.
5.7.6.1.32 Aircraft coming from Manaus Terminal Area, destined to Rio Branco Terminal Area. They shall use the following
route:
a) UZ62;
b) W3 PVH W10.
5.7.6.1.33 Aircraft coming from Belém Terminal Area, destined to São Luís Terminal Area. They shall use the following route:
a) UZ81;
b) W33.
5.7.6.1.34 Aircraft coming from São Luís Terminal Area, destined to Belém Terminal Area. They shall use the following route:
a) UZ81;
b) W33.
5.7.6.1.35 Aircraft coming from Manaus Terminal Area, destined to Brasília FIR. They shall use the following route:
a) UZ6;
b) G678.
5.7.6.1.36 Aircraft coming from Brasília FIR, destined to Manaus Terminal Area. They shall use the following route:
a) UM409 MALPU UZ81;
b) G678.
5.7.6.1.37 Aircraft coming from Porto Velho Terminal Area, destined to Brasília FIR. They shall use the following route:
a) UZ40;
b) W10.
5.7.6.1.38 Aircraft coming from Brasília FIR, destined to Porto Velho Terminal Area. They shall use the following route:
a) UZ40;
b) W10.
5.7.6.1.39 Aircraft coming from Belém Terminal Area, destined to Brasília FIR. They shall use the following route:
a) UZ26;
b) G449.
5.7.6.1.40 Aircraft coming from Brasília FIR, destined to Belém Terminal Area. They shall use the following route:
a) UZ26;
b) G449.
5.7.6.1.41 Aircraft coming from São Luís Terminal Area, destined to Brasília FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UZ2 (FIR RECIFE ENRUS/ BETAR);
b) W22 YTZ G449.
5.7.6.1.42 Aircraft coming from Brasília FIR, destined to São Luís Terminal Area. They shall use the following route:
a) UZ2 (FIR RECIFE BETAR/ENRUS);
b) W22 YTZ G449.
5.7.6.1.43 Aircraft from Curitiba FIR, destined to Cuiabá Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) UZ63;
b) W47.
5.7.6.1.44 Aircraft coming from Cuiabá Terminal Area, destined to Curitiba FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UZ63;
b) W47.
5.7.6.1.45 Aircraft coming from Cuiabá Terminal Area, destined to Porto Velho Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:

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a) UM668 ISUDU UL655 DIKAL DCT PVH;


b) W10.
5.7.6.1.46 Aircraft coming from Porto Velho Terminal Area, destined to Cuiabá Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) PVH DCT DIKAL UL655 ISUDU UM668;
b) W10.
5.7.6.1.47 Aircraft coming from Cuiabá Terminal Area, destined to Rio Branco Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UM775;
b) A430.
5.7.6.1.48 Aircraft coming from Rio Branco Terminal Area, destined to Cuiabá Terminal Area. They shall use the following
routes:
a) UM775;
b) A430.
5.7.6.1.49 Aircraft coming from Cuiabá Terminal Area, destined to Manaus Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) UM668 ISUDU UL655 EDVEP UM402;
b) W47 ATF G678.
5.7.6.1.50 Aircraft coming from Recife FIR, destined to São Luís Terminal Area. They shall use the following route:
a) UZ20; UZ81.
b) W20; W33.
5.7.6.1.51 Aircraft coming from São Luís Terminal Area, destined to Recife FIR. They shall use the following route:
a) UZ20; UZ81
b) W20; W33
5.7.6.1.52 Aircraft coming from Cuiabá Terminal Area, destined to Belém Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) UM668 ISUDU UL655 EDVEP UM402 MNS UZ81;
b) W47 ATF G678 JAC W23 YUB W12 ATM W27.
5.7.6.1.53 Aircraft coming from Belém Terminal Area, destined to Cuiabá Terminal Area. They shall use the following routes:
a) UZ81 MNS UM402 EDVEP UL655 ISUDU UM668;
b) W27 ATM W12 YUB W23 JAC G678 ATF W47.
5.7.6.1.54 Aircraft coming from Cuiabá Terminal Area destined to La Paz FIR. They shall use the following routes:
a) UM668 GEDUS;
b) B652 SMT

5.7.7 RECIFE FIR


5.7.7.1 During partial contingency in the Recife FIR only Flight Information Service (FIS) and Alerting Services will be
provided by the TMA.
For the TMA directly involved with the flight progress that serve the airports of Fortaleza (SBFZ), Natal (SBNT),
Recife (FRBS), Salvador (SBSV), Porto Seguro (SBPS) and Vitória (SBVT), a simplified system will be used,
composed of ATS route network of Recife FIR, interconnecting these TMA and connecting them to the Amazônica
(SBAZ), Atlântico (SBAO), Brasília (SBBS) and Curitiba (SBCW) FIR.
The expression “destined to” in the following items refers to the FIR to be entered immediately after leaving Recife
FIR.
5.7.7.1.1 Aircraft coming from Atlântico FIR
5.7.7.1.1.1 Destined to Fortaleza Terminal Area
a) UN741.
5.7.7.1.1.2 Destined to Natal Terminal Area
a) UN873;
b) B623 FNR W40.
5.7.7.1.1.3 Destined to Recife Terminal Area
a) UB623; UZ59;
b) B623 FNR W41; FLUTE DCT REC.
5.7.7.1.1.4 Destined to Salvador Terminal Area
a) UN741 FLZ UZ19; UN873 NTL UZ10;
b) ILKOX DCT SVD; B623 FNR W41 REC W33.
5.7.7.1.1.5 Destined to Porto Seguro Terminal Area
a) UN741 FLZ UZ19 SVD UZ44; UN857;

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b) PAMOX DCT SGR; B623 FNR W41 REC W33.


5.7.7.1.1.6 Destined to Vitória Terminal Area
a) UN741 FLZ UZ19 SVD UZ44; UN857 SGR UZ44; UL206;
b) B623 FNR W41 REC W33.
5.7.7.1.2 Coming from Amazônica FIR
5.7.7.1.2.1 Destined to Fortaleza Terminal Area
a) UZ81;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.2.2 Destined to Natal Terminal Area
a) UZ81 MSS DCT NTL;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.2.3 Destined to Recife Terminal Area
a) UZ81;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.2.4 Destined to Salvador Terminal Area
a) UZ20;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.2.5 Destined to Porto Seguro Terminal Area
a) UZ20 SVD UZ44;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.2.6 Destined to Vitória Terminal Area
a) UZ20 SVD UZ44;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.3 Coming from Brasília FIR
5.7.7.1.3.1 Destined to Fortaleza Terminal Area
a) UZ18;
b) W2 TRS W44.
5.7.7.1.3.2 Destined to Natal Terminal Area
a) UZ59 ZIPAR UZ10; UZ16 POSMU UZ36 SVD UZ10;
b) W1 YLH W33; W10 REC W33.
5.7.7.1.3.3 Destined to Recife Terminal Area
a) UZ59; UZ16 POSMU UZ36 SVD UZ17;
b) W1 YLH W33; W10.
5.7.7.1.3.4 Destined to Salvador Terminal Area
a) UZ19; UZ16 POSMU UZ36;
b) W1 YLH W33; Z9.
5.7.7.1.3.5 Destined to Porto Seguro Terminal Area
a) UZ16;
b) W45.
5.7.7.1.3.6 Destined to Vitória Terminal Area
a) UZ35;
b) W11.
5.7.7.1.4 Coming from Curitiba FIR
5.7.7.1.4.1 Destined to Fortaleza Terminal Area
a) UN857 SGR UZ44 SVD UZ19;
b) W6 VTR W33 SVD Z9.
5.7.7.1.4.2 Destined to Natal Terminal Area
a) UN857 SGR UZ44 SVD UZ17;
b) W6 VTR W33.
5.7.7.1.4.3 Destined to Recife Terminal Area
a) UN857 SGR UZ44 SVD UZ17;
b) W6 VTR W33.
5.7.7.1.4.4 Destined to Salvador Terminal Area
a) UN857 SGR UZ44;
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b) W6 VTR W33.
5.7.7.1.4.5 Destined to Porto Seguro Terminal Area
a) UN857;
b) W6 VTR W33.
5.7.7.1.5 Coming from Fortaleza Terminal Area
5.7.7.1.5.1 Destined to Atlântico FIR
a) UZ18 MAGNO
5.7.7.1.5.2 Destined to Amazônica FIR
a) UZ12;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.5.3 Destined to Brasília FIR
a) UN741; UZ29; UZ18;
b) W44 TRS W2.
5.7.7.1.5.4 Destined to Curitiba FIR
a) UZ19 SVD UZ10;
b) Z9 SVD W33 VTR W6
5.7.7.1.5.5 Destined to Natal Terminal Area
a) UZ81 MSS DCT NTL;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.5.6 Destined to Recife Terminal Area
a) UZ81;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.5.7 Destined to Salvador Terminal Area
a) UZ19;
b) Z9.
5.7.7.1.5.8 Destined to Porto Seguro Terminal Area
a) UZ19 SVD UZ44;
b) Z9 SVD W33.
5.7.7.1.5.9 Destined to Vitória Terminal Area
a) UZ19 SVD UZ44;
b) Z9 SVD W33.
5.7.7.1.6 Coming from Natal Terminal Area
5.7.7.1.6.1 Destined to Atlântico FIR
a) UN873;
b) W40 FNR B623
5.7.7.1.6.2 Destined to Amazônica FIR
a) UZ12;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.6.3 Destined to Brasília FIR
a) UZ14 AVILA UZ59, UZ14 TOMAS UZ21
b) W33 YLH W1; W33 REC W10.
5.7.7.1.6.4 Destined to Curitiba FIR
a) UZ17 SVD UZ44 SGR UN857;
b) W33 VTR W6.
5.7.7.1.6.5 Destined to Fortaleza Terminal Area
a) UZ12;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.6.6 Destined to Recife Terminal Area
a) UZ17;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.6.7 Destined to Salvador Terminal Area
a) UZ17;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.6.8 Destined to Porto Seguro Terminal Area
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a) UZ17 SVD UZ44;


b) W33.
5.7.7.1.6.9 Destined to Vitória Terminal Area
a) UZ17 SVD UZ44;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.7 Coming from Recife Terminal Area
5.7.7.1.7.1 Destined to FIR Atlântico
a) UB623; UZ59; REC DCT FLUTE
b) W41 FNR B623.
5.7.7.1.7.2 Destined to Amazônica FIR
a) UZ81 FLZ UZ12;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.7.3 Destined to Brasília FIR
a) UZ59; UZ17 NITBO UZ21;
b) W33 SVD Z8; W10; W33 YLH W1
5.7.7.1.7.4 Destined to Curitiba FIR
a) UZ17 SVD UZ44 SGR UN857;
b) W33 VTR W6.
5.7.7.1.7.5 Destined to Fortaleza Terminal Area
a) UZ81;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.7.6 Destined to Natal Terminal Area
a) UZ17;
b) W33
5.7.7.1.7.7 Destined to Salvador Terminal Area
a) UZ17;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.7.8 Destined to Porto Seguro Terminal Area
a) UZ17 SVD UZ44;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.7.9 Destined to Vitória Terminal Area
a) UZ17 SVD UZ44;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.8 Coming from Salvador Terminal Area
5.7.7.1.8.1 Destined to Atlântico FIR
a) UZ44 MSS UN866; UZ10 NTL UN873;
b) W33 REC W41 FNR B623.
5.7.7.1.8.2 Destined to Amazônica FIR
a) UZ19 FLZ UZ12;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.8.3 Destined to Brasília FIR
a) UZ17; UZ17 NITBO UZ21;
b) W33 YLH W1; W42 LAP W10
5.7.7.1.8.4 Destined to Curitiba FIR
a) UZ10;
b) W33 VTR W6.
5.7.7.1.8.5 Destined to Fortaleza Terminal Area
a) UZ19;
b) Z9.
5.7.7.1.8.6 Destined to Natal Terminal Area
a) UZ17;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.8.7 Destined to Recife Terminal Area
a) UZ17;
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b) W33.
5.7.7.1.8.8 Destined to Porto Seguro Terminal Area
a) UZ44;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.8.9 Destined to Vitória Terminal Area
a) UZ44;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.9 Coming from Porto Seguro Terminal Area
5.7.7.1.9.1 Destined to Atlântico FIR
a) UN857; UZ44 MSS UN866;
b) W33 REC W41 FNR B623.
5.7.7.1.9.2 Destined to Amazônica FIR
a) UZ44 SVD UZ41;
b) W33 SVD Z9 FLZ W33.
5.7.7.1.9.3 Destined to Brasília FIR
a) UZ16;
b) W45.
5.7.7.1.9.4 Destined to Curitiba FIR
a) UN857;
b) W33 VTR W6.
5.7.7.1.9.5 Destined to Fortaleza Terminal Area
a) UZ44 SVD UZ19;
b) W33 SVD Z9.
5.7.7.1.9.6 Destined to Natal Terminal Area
a) UZ44 SVD UZ17;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.9.7 Destined to Recife Terminal Area
a) UZ44 SVD UZ17;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.9.8 Destined to Salvador Terminal Area
a) UZ44;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.9.9 Destined to Vitória Terminal Area
a) UZ44;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.10 Coming from Vitória Terminal Area
5.7.7.1.10.1 Destined to FIR Atlântico
a) UL206; UZ44 SGR UN857; UZ44 MSS UN866;
b) W33 REC W41 FNR B623.
5.7.7.1.10.2 Destined to Amazônica FIR
a) UZ44 SVD UZ41;
b) W33 SVD Z9 FLZ W33.
5.7.7.1.10.3 Destined to Brasília FIR
a) UZ34;
b) W13.
5.7.7.1.10.4 Destined to Fortaleza Terminal Area
a) UZ44 SVD UZ19;
b) W33 SVD Z9.
5.7.7.1.10.5 Destined to Natal Terminal Area
a) UZ44 SVD UZ17;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.10.6 Destined to Recife Terminal Area
a) UZ44 SVD UZ17;
b) W33.
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5.7.7.1.10.7 Destined to Salvador Terminal Area


a) UZ44;
b) W33.
5.7.7.1.10.8 Destined to Porto Seguro Terminal Area
a) UZ44;
b) W33.

5.7.8 ATLÂNTICO FIR


5.7.8.1 In case of partial disruption of the ACC-AO, air traffic flow restriction will be applied only to the EUR/SAM corridor
due to traffic density. Out of the EUR/SAM corridor longitudinal separation may be extended up to 20 minutes MNT.
5.7.8.2 In addition to publishing the NOTAM, as per template in item 7, the contingency situation shall be informed by any
means and as quickly as possible to the AAC involved and the contingency operating procedures contained in the
Aeronautical Information Circular (AIC), specific for the EUR/SAM Corridor, shall be applied.

5.8 SPECIFIC PROVISIONS APPLICABLE IN CASE OF TOTAL DISRUPTION OF AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES IN
BRAZILIAN FIR
5.8.1 During total disruption, situation in which there is no provision of ATS services, a simplified contingency route
network will be established, between the FIR in Brazil and between them and the adjacent FIR, as well as flight
levels and predetermined minimum longitudinal separation.
5.8.2 Takeoff and landing under IFR shall not be authorized in the FIR in total contingency.
5.8.3 For entering into the FIR in contingency, the following procedures shall be observed:
5.8.3.1 In order to keep the minimum lateral and vertical separations, the aircraft that overfly the FIR in contingency must
use the flight levels and the simplified route network set forth for each FIR, according to the subsequent
paragraphs;
5.8.3.2 If an aircraft during flight, before entering the airspace in contingency, is unable to fulfill the previously established
operating procedures, ATS transferring unit shall coordinate with the Air Navigation Management Center - CGNA.

5.8.4 BRASÍLIA FIR


5.8.4.1 Provisions applicable in the event of a Total Disruption of air traffic services in the Brasília FIR:
5.8.4.1.1 Aircraft coming from Recife/Atlântico FIR destined to Curitiba FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of
the FIR, according to the following:
a) CARDO UN741 OROKA, FL360.
b) NECTO UZ18 SIMUV UZ59 BSI UM668 GNV UM544 PULOT, FL360.
c) NECTO UZ18 SIMUV UZ59 BSI UZ5 KUKOL UM532 PANAM, FL360.
d) IMBES UZ59 BSI UM668 GNV UM544 PULOT, FL340.
e) IMBES UZ59 BSI UZ5 KUKOL UM532 PANAM, FL340.
f) REMIG UZ30 PREGO, FL340.
g) UTGIR UZ21 MUBET, FL320.
5.8.4.1.2 Aircraft coming from Curitiba FIR destined to Recife/Atlântico FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of
the FIR, according to the following:
a) PANAM UM532 KUKOL UZ5 BSI UZ59 SIMUV UZ18 NECTO, FL290 or FL310.
b) PANAM UM532 KUKOL UZ5 BSI UZ59 SIMUV UZ27 MUNUX, FL290 or FL310.
c) PANAM UM532 KUKOL UZ5 BSI UZ59 IMBES, FL290.
d) PULOT UM544 GNV UM668 BSI UZ59 SIMUV UZ18 NECTO, FL270.
e) PULOT UM544 GNV UM668 BSI UZ59 SIMUV UZ27 MUNUX, FL250.
f) PULOT UM544 GNV UM668 BSI UZ59 IMBES, FL250.
g) BCO UZ23 BHZ UZ61 FORTI, FL370.
h) PERAU UM654 MALBA, FL350.
i) BCO UZ23 BHZ UZ61 QUARU UN866 RUBIC, FL370.
5.8.4.1.3 Aircraft coming from Amazônica FIR destined to Recife FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) MOLPA UM668 BSI UZ59 SIMUV UZ18 NECTO, FL310.
b) MOLPA UM668 BSI UZ59 SIMUV UZ27 MUNUX, FL310.
5.8.4.1.4 Aircraft coming from Recife FIR destined to Amazônica FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) IMBES UZ59 BSI UM668 MOLPA, FL320.

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5.8.5 CURITIBA FIR


5.8.5.1 Provisions applicable in the event of a Total Disruption of air traffic services in the Curitiba FIR.
5.8.5.1.1 Aircraft coming from Brasília FIR destined to Asunción FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) PULOT UM544 AKSUL, FL340 or FL360.
b) PANAM UM532 TEMED UZ65 FOZ, FL340 or FL360.
5.8.5.1.2 Aircraft coming from Amazônica FIR destined to Asunción FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) TOSAR UM799 REMEK, FL360.
5.8.5.1.3 Aircraft coming from Asunción FIR destined to Brasília FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) FOZ UZ65 TEMED UM532 PANAM, FL290.
b) AKSUL UM544 PULOT, FL250.
5.8.5.1.4 Aircraft coming from Asunción FIR destined to Amazônica FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) REMEK UM799 TOSAR, FL350.
5.8.5.1.5 Aircraft coming from Brasília FIR destined to Resistencia FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) PANAM UM532 TEMED UZ65 FOZ, FL340 or FL360.
b) MUBET UZ21 SCB UA310 ORANA UL310 ARULA, FL320.
5.8.5.1.6 Aircraft coming from Resistencia FIR destined to Brasília FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) FOZ UZ65 TEMED UM532 PANAM, FL310.
5.8.5.1.7 Aircraft coming from Brasília FIR destined to Montevideo FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) OROKA UN741 ISALA, FL360.
b) MUBET UZ21 SCB UA310 ASDEK UM792 AKNEN, FL300 or FL320 or FL360.
5.8.5.1.8 Aircraft coming from Montevideo FIR destined to Brasília FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) AKNEN UM671 RONUT UZ23 BCO, FL370.
5.8.5.1.9 Aircraft coming from Brasília FIR destined to La Paz FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the FIR,
according to the following:
a) MUBET UZ21 SCB UM415 SIDAK, FL260.
5.8.5.1.10 Aircraft coming from La Paz FIR destined to Brasília FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the FIR,
according to the following:
a) SIDAK UZ22 ESIGI, FL270.
5.8.5.1.11 Aircraft coming from Recife FIR destined to Montevidéo FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) MABSI UZ44 ADA UZ45 KOVGO UN857 OGRUN, FL260 or FL280 or FL360 or FL380 or FL430 or FL470.
5.8.8.1.12 Aircraft coming from Montevidéo FIR destined to Recife FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) OGRUN UN857 DOGSU, FL350.

5.8.6 AMAZÔNICA FIR


5.8.6.1 Provisions applicable in the event of a Total Disruption of air traffic services in the Amazônica FIR.
5.8.6.1.1 Aircraft coming from Brasília FIR destined to Maiquetía FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) LIVAB UM409 VUMPI, FL320.
b) MALMI UL304 POVLA, FL300.
5.8.6.1.2 Aircraft coming from Maiquetía FIR destined to Brasília FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) VAGAN UZ6 SIPOT, FL310 or FL370.
b) VUMPI UL795 SIGAX, FL350.
5.8.6.1.3 Aircraft coming from Brasília FIR destined to Bogotá FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the FIR,
according to the following:
a) SIGAX UZ40 ARPAR UL201 ABIDE, FL300 or FL360.
b) MOLPA UM668 ISUDU UL655 ASAPA, FL300.

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5.8.6.1.4 Aircraft coming from Bogotá FIR destined to Brasília FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the FIR,
according to the following:
a) ABIDE UM549 MANSI, FL310 or FL390.
b) ASAPA UL655 ISUDU UM668 MOLPA, FL310.
5.8.6.1.5 Aircraft coming from Maiquetía FIR destined to La Paz FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) PAKON UM423 BVI UM402 UBKAB, FL390 up to MNS. When overheading MNS descend to FL380.
5.8.6.1.6 Aircraft coming from La Paz FIR destined to Maiquetía FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) UBKAB UM402 BVI UM423 PAKON, FL370 up to MNS VOR. When overheading MNS VOR descend to FL360.
5.8.6.1.7 Aircraft coming from Brasília FIR destined to Paramaribo FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) MEVOS UZ52 ACARI, FL300 or FL380
5.8.6.1.8 Aircraft coming from Paramaribo FIR destined to Brasília FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) ACARI UP528 MEVOS, FL310 or FL370.
5.8.6.1.9 Aircraft coming from Lima FIR destined to La Paz FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the FIR,
according to the following:
a) LIMPO UN420 VILUX, FL310.
5.8.6.1.10 Aircraft coming from La Paz FIR destined to Lima FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the FIR,
according to the following:
a) VILUX UN420 LIMPO, FL300.
5.8.6.1.11 Aircraft coming from La Paz FIR destined to Brasília FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the FIR,
according to the following:
a) GEDUS UM668 MOLPA, FL330.
b) BUVKI UM530 MIPAD, FL330
5.8.6.1.12 Aircraft coming from Brasília FIR destined to La Paz FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the FIR,
according to the following:
a) MOLPA UM668 GEDUS, FL320.
b) MIPAD UM530 BUVKI, FL320.
5.8.6.1.13 Aircraft coming from Lima FIR destined to Paramaribo FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) ILNAM UL306 SIROS, FL290.
5.8.6.1.14 Aircraft coming from Paramaribo FIR destined to Lima FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) SIROS UL306 ILNAM, FL280.
5.8.6.1.15 Aircraft coming from Cayenne FIR destined to Recife FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the FIR,
according to the following:
a) OTONI UG449 BEL UZ3 DAPTA, FL290 up to BEL VOR. When overheading BEL VOR descend to FL280.
b) OTONI UG449 BEL UZ3 DAPTA, FL350 up to BEL. When overheading BEL VOR descend to FL340.
5.8.6.1.16 Aircraft coming from Recife FIR destined to Cayenne FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the FIR,
according to the following:
a) DAPTA UZ3 BEL UG449 OTONI, FL310 up to BEL. When overheading BEL climb to FL320.
b) DAPTA UZ3 BEL UG449 OTONI, FL370 up to BEL. When overheading BEL climb to FL380.
5.8.6.1.17 Aircraft coming from La Paz FIR destined to Bogotá FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the FIR,
according to the following:
a) VILUX UL542 LET, FL340 or FL380.
5.8.6.1.18 Aircraft coming from Bogotá FIR destined to La Paz FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the FIR,
according to the following:
a) LET UL542 VILUX, FL350 or FL390.
5.8.6.1.19 Aircraft coming from Georgetown FIR destined to Lima FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) DOBDA UM527 SIGOB, FL280.
5.8.6.1.20 Aircraft coming from Lima FIR destined to Georgetown FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) SIGOB UM527 DOBDA, FL290.
5.8.6.1.21 Aircraft coming from Bogotá FIR destined to Recife FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the FIR,
according to the following:
a) BRACO UA323 MNS UZ81 OBLEV FL270;

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5.8.6.1.22 Aircraft coming from Recife FIR destined to Bogotá FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the FIR,
according to the following:
a) OBLEV UZ81 MNS UA323 BRACO FL260

5.8.7 RECIFE FIR


5.8.7.1 Provisions applicable in the event of a Total Disruption of air traffic services in the Recife FIR.
5.8.7.1.1 Aircraft coming from Brasília FIR destined to Atlântico FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) MUNUX UZ27 MSS UN866 MAGNO, FL270, FL310 OR FL350.
b) RUBIC UN866 MAGNO, FL290, FL330 OR FL370.
c) IMBES UZ59 VURBI, FL270, FL310 OR FL350.
d) POSMU UZ36 SVD UZ10 NTL UN873 VUNOK, FL290, FL330 OR FL370.
5.8.7.1.2 Aircraft coming from Atlântico FIR destined to Brasília FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) JOBER UN741 CARDO, FL320, FL360 OR FL400.
b) JOBER UN741 FLZ UZ18 NECTO, FL320, FL360 OR FL400.
c) VUNOK UN873 NTL UZ14 TOMAS UZ21 UTGIR, FL320, FL360 OR FL400.
d) JOBER UN741 FLZ UZ29 REMIG FL300, FL340 OR FL380.
5.8.7.1.3 Aircraft coming from Brasília FIR destined to Amazônica FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) BETAR UZ2 ENRUS, FL330 OR FL370.
5.8.7.1.4 Aircraft coming from Amazônica FIR destined to Brasília FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) ENRUS UZ2 BETAR, FL320 OR FL360.
5.8.7.1.5 Aircraft coming from Curitiba FIR destined to Atlântico FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) DOGSU UN857 UTRAM, FL290, FL330 OR FL370.
b) MIMIR UL206 CALVO, FL290, FL330 OR FL370.
c) MIMIR UL206 VTR UL335 GARUP, FL270, FL310 OR FL350.
5.8.7.1.6 Aircraft coming from Atlântico FIR destined to Curitiba FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) UTRAM UN857 DOGSU, FL320, FL360 OR FL400.
b) CALVO UL206 MIMIR, FL320, FL360 OR FL400.
c) GARUP UL335 VTR UL206 MIMIR, FL300, FL340.

5.8.8 ATLÂNTICO FIR (OUT OF THE EUR/SAM CORRIDOR)


5.8.8.1 Provisions applicable in the event of a Total Disruption of air traffic services in the Atlântico FIR, except for the
EUR/SAM Corridor.
NOTE: The operating procedures for Total Contingency in the ACC-AO in the EUR/SAM Corridor are established in
a specific AIC.
5.8.8.1.1 Aircraft coming from Recife FIR destined to DAKAR Oceanic FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of
the FIR, according to the following:
a) They will be routed only through the EUR/ SAM corridor.
b) UL206 VTR UZ44 SGR UN857 UTRAM.
c) UM661 VAKAM DCT DAGEL UN857 UTRAM.
5.8.8.1.2 Aircraft coming from DAKAR Oceanic FIR destined to Recife FIR:
a) They will be routed only through the EUR/ SAM corridor.
b) UL206 BUGAT UZ59 VURBI UZ59 AMBET UN857 DOGSU.
c) UM661 MOXIP UZ59 VURBI UZ59 AMBET UN857 DOGSU.
5.8.8.1.3 Aircraft coming from Cayenne FIR destined to Luanda FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) UKEDI UL375 SISET, FL 310.
5.8.8.1.4 Aircraft coming from Luanda FIR destined to Cayenne FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the
FIR, according to the following:
a) SISET UL375 UKEDI, FL 320.
5.8.8.1.5 Aircraft coming from Curitiba FIR destined to Luanda FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the FIR,
according to the following:

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a) EKALO DCT ILGER, FL 270 or FL 370.


5.8.8.1.6 Aircraft coming from Luanda FIR destined to Curitiba FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of the FIR,
according to the following:
a) ILGER DCT EKALO, FL 260.
5.8.8.1.7 Aircraft coming from Curitiba FIR destined to Johannesburg FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of
the FIR, according to the following:
a) CIDER DCT ITGIV, FL 270 or FL370.
5.8.8.1.8 Aircraft coming from Johannesburg FIR destined to Curitiba FIR shall be routed through the ATS route network of
the FIR, according to the following:
a) ITGIV DCT CIDER, FL 280 or FL 380.

6 NOTAM TEMPLATE FOR CONTINGENCY CASES


6.1 In case of partial or total disruption of air traffic services in a given CTA/UTA/FIR, the Air Navigation Management
Center (CGNA) shall publish a NOTAM about the FIR in contingency, indicating the following:
a) Starting time and date, and planned duration of contingency measures;
b) The Brazilian National Contingency Plan shall be applied; affected FIR: SBXX, SBYY;
c) Facilities and/or services available;
d) Procedures to be followed by adjacent ATS units;
e) Procedures to be followed by pilots, who shall maintain radio watch on the main frequency of the sector being
flown, in case it is available, as well as air/air frequency 123.45 MHz, applying inflight broadcast procedures; and
f) Any other detail related to the contingency which requires immediate user attention.

6.2 CONTINGENCY PLAN TRIGGER NOTAM


NOTAM A XXXX/XX DUE TO DISRUPTION OF AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES, THE BRAZILIAN CONTINGENCY
PLAN HAS BEEN ACTIVATED WITHIN THE SBXX FIR, FROM (DATE/TIME) TO (ESTIMATED DATE/TIME). FOR
MORE INFORMATION AND FLIGHT PLANNING, SEE THE SIMPLIFIED ROUTE NETWORK AND OPERATING
PROCEDURES, ACCORDING TO THE BRAZILIAN CONTINGENCY PLAN, AS PUBLISHED IN AIP-BRASIL,
PART ENR-3-5.
6.2.1 Optionally, the NOTAM may include other relevant aspects of the Contingency Plan, such as:
a) Aeronautical mobile service is not available;
b) There is a possibility of delays due to reduced ATC capacity;
c) Only traffic proceeding via simplified ATS route network and flight levels, as described in the activated
Contingency Plan, will be accepted;
d) Pilots shall maintain radio watch on the main frequency of the sector being flown, as well as air/air frequency
123.45 MHz, applying inflight broadcast procedures;
e) Wait for the possibility of performing auto-transfer procedures;
f) Repetitive Flight Plans are suspended; and
g) In case it is not possible to comply with the specifications established in the Contingency Plan, a new planning
should be designed and/or the affected FIR should be avoided.

6.3 CONTINGENCY PLAN CANCELLATION NOTAM


NOTAM C XXXX/XX FROM (DATE/TIME). THE BRAZILIAN CONTINGENCY PLAN HAS BEEN DEACTIVATED.
NORMAL ATS SERVICES PROVIDED.

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ENR 4. RADIO NAVIGATION AIDS AND SYSTEMS

ENR 4.1 RADIO NAVIGATION AIDS – ENROUTE


A list of stations providing radio navigation services established for en-route purposes and arranged alphabetically
by name of the station, including:
1-Name of the station and magnetic variation to the nearest degree and for VOR, station declination to the nearest
degree used for technical line-up of the aid
2-Identification.
3-Frequency/channel for each element
4-Hours of operation
5-Geographical coordinates in degrees, minutes and seconds of the position of the transmitting antenna
6-Elevation of the transmitting antenna of DME to the nearest 30 m (100 ft)
7-Remarks:
ENR 4.1.1 RADIO NAVIGATION AIDS USE
1.1 When a radio aid does not broadcast its respective identification, it shall be considered inoperative and cannot be
used
1.2 NDB and Stations providing Air Traffic and Telecommunications Services (EPTA) - The NDB not hired by the Air
Command may be used by public and military aircraft. Airlines may use them by means of an adjustment contract
with the owner. A copy of such contract shall be filed with the Department of Airspace Control (DECEA). In case of
aircraft emergency, any Station providing Air Traffic and Telecommunications Services (EPTA) shall be considered
as part of the Flight Protection System and, as such, shall compulsorily provide all required assistance, being the
same applied to Private Air Navigation Aids, which shall be used according to the needs of the ACFT in EMERG.

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ID Name FAC FREQ Coordinates Hour FIN. RMK


A Alpha

AAQ ARARAQUARA NDB 205.00 S214846.8400 W0480822.1200 MON TIL FRI AE OPR DAESP
H24. Demais
HR O/R
ADA ALDEIA VOR/DME 112.10 S224845.9860 W0420543.2210 H24 AE
O/R DAILY BY SOL ACFT
OPR TO
CMTE OF FORÇA AERO
NAVAL, BY TEL:
(22) 2621 - 4096
THROUGH ALDEIA APP
OR BY RADIO,
BY AIR TRAFFIC UNITS
OPR COMANDO DE
MARINHA; COVERAGE
80NM CH 58X
AFS AFONSOS NDB 270.00 S225201.2000 W0432200.6000 H24 AE FM ARP; COVERAGE 50
NM
AGN ALAGOINHAS NDB 310.00 S120909.6000 W0382316.2000 H24 A

AMP AMAPÁ NDB 275.00 N020407.8000 W0505137.8000 0900-0300 E COVERAGE 100NM.

ANP ANÁPOLIS NDB 415.00 S161903.0000 W0490225.2000 H24 A COVERAGE 50NM

APO ANÁPOLIS VOR/DME 116.80 S161443.3200 W0485844.7200 H24 A CH 101X CH 115X

ARA ARAÇATUBA NDB 265.00 S210821.6000 W0502536.0000 MON TIL FRI A OPR TAM
2100-2300
EXCETO
HOL.
ARG ARAGUAIA NDB 230.00 S082113.2000 W0491757.0000 H24 AE COVERAGE 50NM
OPR INFRAERO
ARU CAJU VOR/DME 115.40 S105854.9320 W0370438.5600 H24 AE CH 101X CH 101X

ARX ARAXÁ NDB 210.00 S193339.6000 W0465752.8000 H24 AE COVERAGE 50NM

ARX ARAXÁ VOR/DME 117.00 S194120.5710 W0470338.0700 H24 AE CH 117X

ASS ASSIS NDB 275.00 S223841.4000 W0502710.8000 MON TIL FRI A DAESP. TEL (18) 322-5941
1045-1145,
2130-2300.
Demais HR
O/R.
ATF ALTA FLORESTA NDB 245.00 S095213.8000 W0560605.4000 H24 AE OPR INFRAERO

ATF ALTA FLORESTA VOR/DME 113.40 S095206.1010 W0560617.8220 H24 AE CH 81X


OPR INFRAERO CH 81X
ATM ALTAMIRA NDB 295.00 S031523.4000 W0521503.0000 H24 AE OPR INFRAERO

ATM ALTAMIRA VOR 113.20 S031457.7300 W0521451.5200 H24 AE OPR INFRAERO

B Bravo

BAG GARÇAS VOR/DME 113.30 S155112.7020 W0522344.1630 H24 AE CH 80X


OPR INFRAERO CH 80X
BBC BARBACENA NDB 285.00 S211601.3900 W0434550.8000 H24 AE COVERAGE 60NM

BCH BACACHERI NDB 300.00 S252409.6000 W0491344.4000 H24 A FM ARP, COVERAGE


50NM
BCO BONSUCESSO VOR/DME 116.00 S232423.1390 W0462307.6700 H24 AE CH 107X CH 107X

BEL BELÉM VOR/DME 117.30 S012303.6900 W0482842.8300 H24 AE 107° MAG/ 0,02NM
CH 120X CH 120X
BFR CABO FRIO NDB 200.00 S225524.0000 W0420417.4000 0900/2100 AE OPR COSTA DO SOL
OPERADORA
AEROPORTUARIA S/A
BGC BRAGANÇA VOR/DME 116.20 S225705.2250 W0463411.2990 H24 AE CH 109X CH 109X

BGE BAGÉ DME S312326.4000 W0540634.8000 H24

BGE BAGÉ NDB 235.00 S312307.2000 W0540647.1400 H24 AE COVERAGE 53NM


OPR INFRAERO
BGE BAGÉ VOR 115.30 S312326.5700 W0540634.9800 H24 AE OPR INFRAERO

BHZ BELO NDB 520.00 S195112.0000 W0435717.4000 H24 AE COVERAGE 54 NM


HORIZONTE OPR INFRAERO
BHZ BELO VOR/DME 117.70 S195008.7700 W0440012.8200 H24 AE CH 124X
HORIZONTE OPR INFRAERO CH 124X
BRR BARREIRAS VOR/DME 114.30 S120447.7830 W0450025.6860 H24 AE CH 90X CH 90X

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP ENR 4.1-3
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

ID Name FAC FREQ Coordinates Hour FIN. RMK


BRT BARRETOS NDB 360.00 S203455.8000 W0483548.0000 MON TIL FRI A OPR TAM
1030-2230,
DEMAIS HR
O/R
DAESP. TEL
(17) 322-
2471
BRU BAURU NDB 380.00 S221850.4000 W0490625.8000 H24 AE COBERTURA 50NM
OPR INFRAERO
BSI BRASÍLIA VOR/DME 116.30 S155218.8500 W0480118.9200 H24 AE CH 110X CH 110X

BVI BOA VISTA VOR/DME 113.10 N025107.5680 W0604112.8070 H24 AE CH 78X CH 78X

C Charlie

CAD CAÇADOR NDB 400.00 S264729.0540 W0505618.1100 H24 A OPR SANTA CATARINA'S
SECRETARIAT STATE OF
TRANSPORT AND JOB
CAL CALDAS NOVAS NDB 290.00 S174331.2000 W0483637.8000 H24 AE OPR CITY HALL

CAV CASCAVEL NDB 220.00 S250010.8000 W0533011.4000 MON TIL FRI AE OPR RIO SUL.
1630-1800
CAX CAXIAS NDB (LO) 400.00 S224548.1900 W0432015.2900 H24 A 145° MAG/5,73NM
Coverage 200NM
CBO CACHIMBO VOR/DME 115.10 S091952.7827 W0545754.1391 H24 A CH 98X CH 98X

CGO CONGONHAS VOR/DME 116.90 S233738.8700 W0463916.6860 H24 AE CH 116X


VOR/DME NO AVBL
BEYOND 25NM: SECT
230/240 BLW FL050. CH
116X
CIA CUIABÁ VOR/DME 113.70 S153921.9280 W0560643.3000 H24 AE CH 84X CH 84X

CJS CARAJÁS VOR/DME 114.40 S060710.7200 W0500007.1800 H24 AE CH 91X


OPR INFRAERO CH 91X
CNA CAROLINA NDB 330.00 S071922.8000 W0472717.4000 H24 A COVERAGE 80NM
OPR INFRAERO
CNA CAROLINA VOR 115.30 S071907.4310 W0472717.3400 H24 AE OPR INFRAERO

CNB CANA BRAVA NDB 305.00 S133237.2000 W0481141.4000 H24 A COVERAGE 54NM, OPR
FURNAS
CNF CONFINS VOR/DME 114.40 S193329.5700 W0440254.6460 H24 AE CH 91X CH 91X

COA CANOAS VOR/DME 113.60 S295700.5000 W0510845.4500 H24 AE CH 83X CH 83X

COM COMANDATUBA NDB 335.00 S152138.8400 W0390004.9470 H24 A OPR COMPANHIA


TRANSAMÉRICA DE
HOTÉIS DO NORDESTE
CPG CAMPINA NDB 230.00 S071557.6000 W0355333.6000 H24 AE COVERAGE 60NM
GRANDE OPR INFRAERO
CPN CAMPINAS NDB 515.00 S230336.2200 W0470339.3100 H24 AE OPR INFRAERO

CPN CAMPINAS VOR/DME 112.00 S230031.3770 W0470744.5640 H24 AE VOR NO AVBL RDL 155/
250DEG
OPR INFRAERO CH 57X
CPO CAMPOS NDB 225.00 S214150.4000 W0411824.0000 H24 AE OPR INFRAERO

CRJ CARAJÁS NDB 1700.00 S060641.4000 W0500012.0000 H24 AE COVERAGE 130NM


OPR INFRAERO
CRR CARRASCO - UY DME S344955.8000 W0560132.4000

CRY CRICÍUMA VOR/DME 114.40 S284320.6000 W0492435.1900 H24 A U/S BTN RDL 042/052 CH
91X
CTB CURITIBA VOR/DME 116.50 S253155.3100 W0491003.5900 H24 AE CH 112X CH 112X

CUA CARAUARI NDB 285.00 S045212.0000 W0665312.0000 MON TIL AE OPR INFRAERO
THU 1300/
2000FRI
1800/2300
SAT1600/
2000.
DEMAIS HR
O/R TEL (69)
3219-7451
CUB CORUMBÁ NDB 375.00 S190058.2000 W0573952.2000 H24 AE

CXI CAXIAS VOR/DME 112.30 S224901.5080 W0431536.0000 H24 E CH 70X

CXS DOSUL VOR/DME 112.30 S291153.0130 W0511119.0750 H24 AE CH 70X CH 70X

CZS CRUZEIRO VOR/DME 112.00 S073624.4670 W0724624.4920 H24 AE CH 57X


OPR INFRAERO CH 57X
D Delta

DAD DIADEMA NDB (LO) 200.00 S234220.1100 W0463604.7300 H24 A

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


ENR 4.1-4 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

ID Name FAC FREQ Coordinates Hour FIN. RMK


DOU DOURA NDB 285.00 S221150.4000 W0545542.0000 H24 A COVERAGE 70NM

E Echo

ERP EIRUNEPÉ NDB 265.00 S063940.2000 W0695221.0000 1400/2100. AE OPR INFRAERO


DEMAIS HR
O/R
TEL (69)
3219-7451
F Foxtrot

FB TRAMANDAÍ NDB 300.00 S295946.7080 W0500842.0200 H24 OPR MAR

FGN FAZ. NDB 335.00 S144638.2800 W0571136.6036


GUANABARA
FIG FIGUEIRAS VOR/DME 114.70 S295953.4400 W0505831.9570 H24 A CH 94X

FLN FLORIANOPOLIS VOR/DME 113.40 S274011.7000 W0483225.6300 H24 AE CH 81X CH 81X

FLZ FORTALEZA VOR 114.10 S034620.1780 W0383251.6820 H24 AE

FNR NORONHA VOR/DME 113.40 S035124.2800 W0322547.7800 H24 AE CH 81X

FOZ FOZ VOR/DME 112.10 S253459.5300 W0543012.6500 H24 AE CH 58X CH 58X

FRA FORA NDB 1730.00 S214603.8500 W0432301.4300 H24 E COVERAGE 50NM

FSA FORMOSA VOR/DME 112.70 S153320.5160 W0472048.3560 H24 CH74X CH 74X

FUR FURNAS NDB 390.00 S204214.4000 W0462016.2000 MON, TUE, E COVERAGE 50NM
THU, FRI
1030-1330,
EXC HOL.
DEMAIS HR
O/R.
G Golf

GGT GUARATINGUET NDB 275.00 S224716.7100 W0451255.0300 H24 COVERAGE 50NM


Á
GJM GUAJARÁ-MIRIM NDB 400.00 S104703.6000 W0651652.2000 1100/2300 AE

GNV GOIÂNIA VOR/DME 115.90 S163827.0000 W0491240.0000 H24 AE CH 106X

GRD CAMPO GRANDE VOR/DME 112.80 S202900.6495 W0544119.6233 H24 AE CH 75X CH 75X

GRU GUARAPUAVA NDB 230.00 S252311.8500 W0513121.3900 H24 A OPR CITY HALL

I India

IC GISA NDB (LO) 370.00 S252745.6000 W0491454.0000 H24 A

IG SOJA NDB 395.00 S202909.1010 W0544121.5778 H24 A

IG TUCA NDB (LO) 410.00 S232743.8800 W0463424.2500 H24 A OPR INFRAERO

IGU CATARATAS VOR 114.10 S254419.8000 W0542919.8000 E

IH RASA NDB 315.00 S230349.8000 W0430845.6000 H24 E

IK BENTO NDB (LO) 370.00 S225726.9100 W0471215.0000 H24 A OPR INFRAERO

IR TREVO NDB (LM) 280.00 S155151.1400 W0475614.1400 H24 A

IS MADA NDB (LO) 290.00 S233241.0400 W0464245.4600 H24 A


Coverage 145NM
ITU ITAIPU NDB 225.00 S252431.2000 W0543718.0000 H24

J Juliet

JAC JACAREACANGA NDB 360.00 S061419.2000 W0574626.1980 H24 AE COVERAGE 75NM


OPR INFRAERO
JAC JACAREACANGA VOR/DME 112.20 S061408.6760 W0574613.8940 H24 AE VOR NO AVBL SECT 280/
290 AFT
20NM BLW FL050 CH 59X
OPR INFRAERO CH 59X
JGN JAGUARUNA NDB 280.00 S284043.8600 W0490400.1700 MON TIL SAT A COVERAGE 30NM. Other
1000-2200. HR TEL +55 (48) 3624-
8801.
JNV JOINVILLE VOR/DME 115.10 S261320.1390 W0484752.9620 H24 A COVERAGE 40NM CH 98X
OPR INFRAERO CH 98X
JPS JOAO PESSOA NDB 320.00 S070825.8000 W0345709.0000 H24 A COVERAGE 40NM
OPR INFRAERO
JRP RIO PRETO NDB 420.00 S204847.4000 W0492422.2000 H24 AE OPR DAESP

JZR JUAZEIRO NDB 205.00 S071249.2000 W0391628.8000 H24 AE OPR INFRAERO

K Kilo

KRI QUARI NDB 265.00 S294722.8000 W0514951.0000 H24 E COVERAGE 60NM

L Lima

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP ENR 4.1-5
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

ID Name FAC FREQ Coordinates Hour FIN. RMK


LAP LAPA VOR/DME 113.70 S131552.7080 W0432429.4180 H24 AE COVERAGE 75NM,VOR
NO AVBL BTN RDL 070/
080 CH 84X
OPR INFRAERO CH 0X
LBA ALBACORA NDB 210.00 S220634.7000 W0395459.4910 0900-2100 A OPR PETROBRÁS

LDP LA DIVINA DME N044134.8000 W0610143.8000


PASTORA
LDP LA DIVINA NDB 117.70 N044134.8000 W0610143.8000 E
PASTORA
LET LETÍCIA NDB 407.00 S041141.9900 W0695623.0400 H24 E OPR COLÔMBIA

LET LETÍCIA VOR/DME 117.50 S041142.0000 W0695622.8000 H24 E OPR COLOMBIA CH 122X

LIB PASO DE LOS NDB 250.00 S294141.0000 W0570853.0000 H24 OPR ARGENTINA
LIBRES
LJS LAGES NDB 240.00 S274656.6900 W0501635.4300 H24 AE COVERAGE 85NM
OPR INFRAERO
LON LONDRINA NDB 365.00 S231939.6000 W0510809.0000 H24 AE COVERAGE 50NM
OPR INFRAERO
LON LONDRINA VOR/DME 112.40 S232022.2580 W0510645.0920 H24 AE CH 71X
OPR INFRAERO CH 71X
LST LAGOA SANTA NDB 295.00 S193932.0390 W0435348.9600 0900-0100 A COVERAGE 50NM

LUZ LUZIÂNIA VOR/DME 113.10 S161539.0000 W0475815.6000 H24 AE CH 78X CH 78X

M Mike

MAE CAMPO DE NDB 260.00 S233025.6800 W0463811.6100 H24 A COVERAGE 50NM


MARTE
MAR MARLIM NDB 375.00 S222125.8000 W0400525.8000 H24 A OPR PETROBRÁS

MCA MACAÉ VOR/DME 115.90 S222040.0100 W0414608.4000 H24 AE OPR INFRAERO CH 106X

MCE ZUMBI VOR/DME 115.10 S093035.6200 W0354712.7400 H24 AE CH 98X CH 98X

MCL MONTES NDB 310.00 S164212.6000 W0434909.0000 H24 AE COVERAGE 50NM


CLAROS OPR INFRAERO
MCP MACAPÁ VOR/DME 112.00 N000308.1520 W0510423.0070 H24 AE OPR INFRAERO CH 57X

MCR MANICORÉ NDB 310.00 S054825.8000 W0611655.2000 H24 AE COVERAGE 65NM


OPR INFRAERO
MDD DOURADO NDB 305.00 S005300.0000 W0523610.8000 H24 AE COVERAGE 70NM
OPR INFRAERO
MIA MARICÁ VOR/DME 114.80 S225801.8300 W0425327.4100 H24 AE CH 95X CH 95X

MLO MELO VOR 114.30 S322031.8000 W0541319.2000 E

MLZ MERLUZA NDB 1645.00 S251600.7640 W0451509.5510 0900-2200 COVERAGE 100NM, OPR
PETROBRAS
MNS MANAUS VOR/DME 115.80 S030224.1100 W0600317.0600 H24 AE 116º MAG/0,4NM
CH 105X NO AVBL
BTN RDL 105/245 CH
105X
MO MELO NDB 114.30 S322024.2000 W0541326.0000

MOZ MOZ NDB 285.00 S014501.2000 W0521401.7970 H24 AE COVERAGE 50NM


OPR INFRAERO
MRA MARÍLIA NDB 415.00 S221141.4000 W0495545.6000 MON TIL FRI A OPR PANTANAL LINHAS
2100/2300, AÉREAS.
exceto
HOL. Demais
HR O/R. TEL
(14) 3454-
2868
ou (11) 5090-
9242.
MRB MARABÁ VOR/DME 113.70 S052205.3670 W0490806.8320 H24 AE CH 84X
OPR INFRAERO CH 84X
MRN MARINGÁ NDB 320.00 S232833.0000 W0520021.6000 H24 A OPR TERMINAIS AÉREOS
DE MARINGÁ - SBMG S/A
MSS MOSSORÓ NDB 275.00 S051136.6000 W0372152.2000 H24 AE COVERAGE 90NM
OPR INFRAERO
MSS MOSSORÓ VOR/DME 112.40 S051150.2790 W0372152.0070 H24 AE CH 71X
OPR INFRAERO CH 71X
MXN MAXARANGUAP NDB 205.00 S052310.2000 W0353151.6000 A CRITÉRIO A
E DO CATRE
ACFT MIL
N November

NOA NOVA NDB 215.00 S224306.9000 W0432849.9200 H24 E COVERAGE 50NM

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


ENR 4.1-6 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

ID Name FAC FREQ Coordinates Hour FIN. RMK


NTL NATAL VOR/DME 114.30 S055430.0000 W0351455.2000 H24 AE 358DEG MAG/0.42NM CH
90X CH 90X
NVG NAVEGANTES NDB 235.00 S265232.4000 W0483910.2000 H24 A OPR INFRAERO

O Oscar

OAS CANOAS NDB 250.00 S295640.8000 W0510814.4000 H24 AE COVERAGE 50NM

OIA OIAPOQUE NDB 340.00 N035135.0000 W0514752.0000 H24 AE COVERAGE 70NM

OLD OLINDA NDB (LO) 380.00 S080218.6000 W0345707.2000 H24 A FM ARP; COVERAGE
40NM
P Papa

PAF PAULO AFONSO VOR 113.30 S092407.0590 W0381510.1480 H24 AE OPR INFRAERO

PAI PIRAI VOR/DME 115.00 S222714.5900 W0435025.8250 H24 E VOR NO AVBL, ALÉM DE
40NM:
SECT 010/025 BLW
FLO80;SECT 058/068 BLW
FL050; SECT 272/282 BLW
FL060;SECT 340/350 BLW
FL110. CH 97X CH 97X
PCL POÇOS NDB 415.00 S215012.1400 W0463355.8800 H24 AE COVERAGE 150NM
OPR INFRAERO
PCX PORTO VOR/DME 114.60 S224255.4200 W0425126.7160 H24 AE CH 93X CH 93X

PEL PELADA NDB 410.00 S030834.1600 W0595937.4900 H24 A COVERAGE 70NM

PER PERUS NDB 220.00 S232514.1100 W0464521.3200 H24

PFD PASSO FUNDO NDB 370.00 S281427.0000 W0521947.4000 MON TIL FRI A COVERAGE 100 NM, OPR
1930/2100 VARIG
PFD PASSO FUNDO VOR 112.70 S281441.7260 W0522001.3735 H24 A

PIR PIRASSUNUNGA VOR/DME 115.80 S215904.4200 W0472040.2090 H24 AE CH 105X CH 105X

PKT PARACATU NDB 300.00 S171301.6000 W0465601.7540 H24 AE COVERAGE 65NM

PMS PALMAS VOR/DME 112.20 S101728.0000 W0482151.0000 H24 AE OPR INFRAERO CH 59X
CH 59X
PNB PARNAÍBA NDB 365.00 S025351.0000 W0414344.4000 H24 AE COVERAGE 62NM
OPR INFRAERO
PNG PARANAGUÁ NDB 340.00 S253204.8000 W0483151.0000 H24 AE COVERAGE 50NM

PNQ QUINZE NDB 335.00 S224039.0000 W0403621.6000 H24 A OPR PETROBRAS

POR PORTO ALEGRE VOR/DME 114.00 S295945.3340 W0510954.5900 H24 AE 79° MAG/ 0.44NM CH 87X
CH 87X
PP PAIOL NDB 415.00 S225212.3900 W0430954.4300 H24 AE OPR INFRAERO

PP POROROCA NDB 325.00 S160837.8000 W0485337.8000 H24 A

PRI PARINTINS VOR/DME 114.10 S024000.9000 W0564621.4700 H24 AE CH 88X CH 88X

PRR PRUDENTE VOR/DME 113.50 S221023.0100 W0512534.8600 H24 AE CH 82X


OPR INFRAERO CH 82X
PSN PIRASSUNUNGA NDB 310.00 S215909.8200 W0472014.9900 H24 AE COVERAGE 50NM

PTL PETROLINA VOR/DME 112.10 S092147.7400 W0403341.6700 H24 AE OPR INFRAERO CH 58X

PTP PONTA PORÃ NDB 340.00 S223300.2700 W0554225.7800 H24 AE OPR INFRAERO

PTS PELOTAS VOR/DME 113.30 S314307.9800 W0521938.8100 H24 AE CH 80X


OPR INFRAERO CH 80X
PTT TROMBETAS NDB 205.00 S012910.8000 W0562352.2000 H24 AE COVERAGE 100NM; OPR
MINERAÇÃO RIO
NORTE S/A
PVH PORTO VELHO NDB 385.00 S084228.0400 W0635354.2200 H24 AE COVERAGE 50NM

PVH PORTO VELHO VOR/DME 112.70 S084250.4900 W0635412.5000 H24 AE CH 74X CH 74X

Q Quebec

R Romeo

RCL RIO CLARO NDB 280.00 S222548.6640 W0473344.8290 0800-0200 AE COVERAGE 50NM

RCO RIO BRANCO VOR/DME 116.40 S095233.5360 W0675419.3700 H24 AE CH 111X

RDE REDE VOR/DME 116.70 S235327.5230 W0463141.5160 H24 E CH 114X CH 114X

REC RECIFE VOR/DME 116.90 S080811.6900 W0345538.2770 H24 AE U/S BTN RDL 009/019
RTO to 36NM RDL 048/
058 and 266/276 CH 116X
RON RONDÔNIA NDB 255.00 S105306.6000 W0615651.0000 H24 AE COVERAGE 50NM
OPR INFRAERO
RPR RIBEIRÃO NDB 330.00 S210833.6000 W0474633.6000 H24 AE COVERAGE 50NM
OPR INFRAERO

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP ENR 4.1-7
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

ID Name FAC FREQ Coordinates Hour FIN. RMK


RPR RIBEIRÃO VOR/DME 115.60 S210834.0000 W0474613.0000 H24 A CH 103X
PRETO
RR VICENTE NDB 360.00 S235650.4800 W0461712.0900 H24 A COVERAGE 50 NM
NO AVBL, BEYOND
25NM:SECTOR 090/120
BLW FL040;SECTOR 120/
170 BLW FL050;SECTOR
170/040 BLW FL060.
S Sierra

SAN SANTO ÂNGELO NDB 280.00 S281640.2000 W0541018.0000 MON TIL FRI A OPR RIO SUL.
1100-1230
SAT SANTOS NDB 375.00 S240004.3500 W0461548.6500 H24 AE COVERAGE 128NM
NO AVBL, BEYOND
50NM:SECTOR 000/030
BLW FL60 SECTOR 030/
080 BLW FL070;SECTOR
270/360 BLW FL050.
SCB SOROCABA VOR/DME 115.20 S233025.4000 W0472241.5900 H24 AE CH 99X CH 99X

SCP SÃO JOSÉ VOR/DME 115.40 S231359.4000 W0455136.0000 H24 AE CH 101X CH 101X

SCR SANTA CRUZ VOR/DME 113.60 S225658.6600 W0434338.6460 H24 AE FM ARP CH 83X CH 83X

SGA SÃO GONÇALO VOR/DME 115.90 S054618.5200 W0352207.2500 H24 A U/S BTN RDL 175/185 CH
DO AMARANTE 106X
SGC GABRIEL NDB 215.00 S000902.4000 W0665906.6000 H24 AE COVERAGE 50NM

SGC GABRIEL VOR/DME 115.40 S000902.1200 W0665906.3500 H24 AE CH 101X CH 101X

SGR PORTO SEGURO NDB 385.00 S162630.0000 W0390457.0000 H24 AE COVERAGE 27 NM

SLI SÃO LUÍS VOR/DME 113.50 S023521.2660 W0441423.8870 H24 AE CH 82X CH 82X

SMA SANTA MARIA NDB 365.00 S294225.2000 W0534037.8000 H24 AE COVERANGE 100NM

SMA SANTA MARIA VOR/DME 112.00 S294235.1400 W0534245.8750 H24 AE COMAER CH 57X CH 57X

SMR CERRITO NDB 215.00 S294222.8000 W0534608.4000 H24 A COMANDO DA


AERONÁUTICA
SMT SAN MATIAS NDB 330.00 S162007.2000 W0582313.8000 E

SPT RIO PRETO NDB 395.00 S204915.0700 W0492451.3800 H24 A COVERAGE 50NM

STG TOMÉ NDB 360.00 S220143.2000 W0410409.0030 H24 AE OPR PETROBRAS

STM SANTARÉM NDB 350.00 S022539.6000 W0544730.0000 H24 AE OPR INFRAERO

STM SANTARÉM VOR/DME 112.30 S022535.1100 W0544903.2260 H24 AE OPR INFRAERO CH 70X

STN SANTANA VOR/DME 114.30 S232915.1460 W0465523.9100 H24 E CH 90X CH 90X

SVD SALVADOR VOR/DME 116.50 S125423.1060 W0381916.9100 H24 AE CH 12X CH 112X

SW SANTA MARTA NDB 310.00 S283613.8000 W0484849.8300 H24 E OPR MAR

T Tango

TBE TAUBATÉ NDB 430.00 S230244.2900 W0453100.1500 H24 AE COVERAGE 25NM; OPR
COMANDO DO EXÉRCITO
TBT TABATINGA NDB 230.00 S041457.6000 W0695610.2000 H24 A Coverage 50NM

TFE TEFÉ NDB 300.00 S032245.6000 W0644316.8000 H24 AE COVERANGE 80NM


OPR INFRAERO
TFE TEFÉ VOR/DME 112.90 S032315.9650 W0644341.0150 H24 AE CH 76X
OPR INFRAERO CH 76X
TIR TIRIÓS NDB 240.00 N021308.4000 W0555630.6000 1230/2000 AE COVERANGE 50NM

TNA TERESINA VOR/DME 112.90 S050344.8660 W0424930.4800 H24 A CH 76X OPR INFRAERO
CH 76X
TOL TOLEDO NDB 385.00 S244108.4000 W0534158.8000 MON TIL A OPR CITY HALL
THU 1100-
1400 EXC
HOL.
TOR TORRES NDB 230.00 S292451.5900 W0494824.1750 H24 A OPR DEPARTAMENTO
AEROPORTUÁRIO DO
RIO GRANDE DO SUL
TQA TAQUARA NDB 360.00 S294006.6000 W0504654.6000 H24 COVERANGE 50NM

TRI TRINIDAD-BL VOR 115.90 S144756.4000 W0645618.0000 E

TRM TRÊS MARIAS DME S181211.6460 W0452725.4600 H24 A CH 94X

TRS TERESINA NDB 215.00 S050400.0000 W0424912.0000 H24 AE COVERANGE 60NM


OPR INFRAERO
TRS TERESINA VOR/DME 112.30 S050358.2410 W0424929.5800 H24 AE CH 70X
OPR INFRAERO CH 70X

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


ENR 4.1-8 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

ID Name FAC FREQ Coordinates Hour FIN. RMK


TUI TUCURUÍ NDB 220.00 S034710.8000 W0494251.6000 H24 AE OPR INFRAERO

TUI TUCURUÍ VOR/DME 112.90 S034804.8430 W0494316.7500 H24 AE CH 76X


OPR INFRAERO CH 76X
TUP TUPÃ NDB 345.00 S215337.6230 W0503007.8940 1000-2100 A COVERANGE 25NM, OPR
DAESP
U Uniform

UBT UBATUBA NDB 295.00 S232657.0000 W0450425.8000 H24 A COVERANGE 50NM

ULD UBERLÂNDIA VOR/DME 116.10 S185235.7955 W0481316.6766 H24 AE OPR INFRAERO CH 108X
CH 108X
URB UBERABA NDB 235.00 S194555.8000 W0475733.0000 H24 AE COVERAGE 50NM
OPR INFRAERO
URC URUCU NDB 355.00 S045311.4000 W0652059.4000 HJ A OPR PETROBRAS

URG URUGUAIANA NDB 275.00 S294709.6000 W0570201.2000 H24 AE COVERAGE 100NM

URT URUBURETAMA NDB 235.00 S033507.8000 W0392536.0000 H24 E

V Victor

VAL VALADARES NDB 380.00 S185354.6600 W0415915.8300 H24 AE OPR CITY HALL

VAS ASUNCION VOR/DME 115.90 S251439.0000 W0573119.2000 E


VDVAS
VCO CONQUISTA NDB 260.00 S145159.4000 W0405155.8000 H24 A OPR DTT.

VGH VARGINHA NDB 325.00 S213517.4000 W0452827.6000 H24 AE COVERAGE 75NM


OPR INFRAERO
VLH VILHENA NDB 395.00 S124121.6270 W0600611.6200 H24 AE COVERAGE 50NM
OPR INFRAERO
VLH VILHENA VOR/DME 112.10 S124136.8010 W0600542.8650 H24 AE CH 58X
OPR INFRAERO CH 58X
VRI VITÓRIA VOR/DME 116.40 S201536.6000 W0401706.0000 H24 AE CH111X CH 111X

VSA SANTO ANTÃO NDB 285.00 S080621.0000 W0351715.6000 H24 COVERAGE 50NM

VTR VITÓRIA VOR/DME 115.50 S201458.6690 W0401658.6000 H24 AE FM ARP; CH 102X


OPR INFRAERO CH 102X
X X-ray

XPC CHAPECÓ VOR/DME 116.10 S270808.4943 W0523946.6846 H24 AE OPR CITY HALL CH 108X
CH 108X
Y Yankee

YBA ITUMBIARA NDB 245.00 S182625.2000 W0491307.8000 H24 AE OPR ITUMBIARA

YLA ILHA NDB 330.00 S224713.1700 W0431003.8200 H24 A COVERAGE 60NM

YLH ILHÉUS NDB 305.00 S144843.8000 W0390212.0000 H24 AE COVERAGE 70NM


OPR INFRAERO
YPT IPATINGA NDB 1618.00 S192746.8000 W0422846.2000 MON TIL FRI A OPR ITUMBIARA
1000-2200,
SAT, SUN,
HOL
SOMENTE
O/R, FAX
(031) 825-
6009, TEL
(31) 829-
4548/825-
6009,
EMERG (31)
829-3982.
YTC ITACOATIARA NDB 320.00 S030710.8000 W0582853.4000 H24 AE COVERANGE 75NM
OPR INFRAERO
YTN ITAMARATI NDB 235.00 S141433.0000 E0575926.8764
NORTE
YTZ IMPERATRIZ NDB 390.00 S053242.0000 W0472725.8000 H24 AE COVERAGE 40NM
OPR INFRAERO
YTZ IMPERATRIZ VOR/DME 112.70 S053125.9990 W0472659.4330 H24 AE CH 74X
OPR INFRAERO CH 74X
YUB ITAITUBA NDB 250.00 S041425.8000 W0560016.8000 H24 AE OPR INFRAERO

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP ENR 4.5-1
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

ENR 4.5 AERONAUTICAL GROUND LIGHTS

NAME TYPE CHARACTERISTICS HOURS RMK


COORDINATES CANDELAS 1000

ALCÂNTARA/Centro de Lançamento de ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL


Alcântara, MA W 2000 G 150
022218S/0442327W
ALFENAS/Alfenas, MT ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
212552S/0455657W W 1800 G 450
ALMEIRIM/Monte Dourado, PA ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC 0915-SR SS-0300 NIL
005304S/0523558W W 2000 G 250 IMC
ALMENARA/Cirilo Queiroz, MG ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
161102S/0404002W W 1800 G 450
ALTA FLORESTA/Alta Floresta, MT ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC 1015-SR SS-2200 NIL
095223S/0560621W W 2000 G 250 IMC
ALTAMIRA/Altamira, PA ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC 0915-SR SS-0300 NIL
031510S/0521455W W 2000 G 250 IMC
AMERICANA/Americana,SP ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC BY REQUEST NIL
224521S/0471607W W 1800 G 450
ANÁPOLIS/Anápolis, GO ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
162145S/0485541W W 1800 G 450
ANÁPOLIS/Base Área, GO ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
161425S/0485804W W 2000 G 250
ANDRADINA/Paulino Ribeiro de ABN NIL NIL NIL
Andrade, SP NIL
205526S/0512303W
APUCARANA/Apucarana, PR ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
233644S/0512306W W 2000 G 450
ARACATI/Aracati,CE ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC BY REQUEST NIL
043412S/0374738W W 1800 G 450
ARAÇATUBA/Araçatuba, SP ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-0200 IMC NIL
210814S/0502532W W 1800 G 450
ARAGUAÍNA/Araguaína, TO ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
071342S/0481427W W 1800 G 450
ARAGUATINS/Araguatins, TO ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
054104S/0480652W W 1800 G 450
ARAPIRACA/Arapiraca,AL ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
094635S/0363750W W 1800 G 450
ARAPONGAS/Arapongas, PR ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
232147S/0512804W W 1800 G 450
ARARIPINA/Araripina,PE ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
073540S/0403120W W 1800 G 450
ARAXÁ/Araxá, MG ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
193337S/0465755W W 1800 G 450
ARCOVERDE/Arcoverde, PE ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
082501S/0370501W W 1800 G 450
ARUANA/Aruana, GO ABN ALT FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
145559S/0510254W W 1800 G 450
AVARÉ/Avaré-Arandu, SP ABN NIL NIL NIL
230524S/0485929W NIL
BAIXA GRANDE/Fazenda Serra Azul, ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
BA W 1800 G 450
115620S/0400320W
BARBACENA/Major Brigadeiro Doorgal ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC 22-2200 IMC NIL
Borges, MG W 1800 G 450
211558S/0434550W
BARRA BONITA/Faz. Santa Luzia, SP ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
222853S/0483146W W 1800 G 450
BARRA DO GARÇAS/Barra do Garças, ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-2200 IMC NIL
MT W 2000 G 250
155139S/0522322W
BARRA DO GARÇAS/Xingu, MT ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
120020S/0532408W W 1800 G 450
BARREIRAS/Barreiras, BA ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
120448S/0450036W W 1800 G 450

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


ENR 4.5-2 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

NAME TYPE CHARACTERISTICS HOURS RMK


COORDINATES CANDELAS 1000
BAURU/Bauru, SP ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
222040S/0490303W W 1800 G 450
BONITO/Bonito, MS ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
211346S/0562722W W 1800 G 450
BRASÍLIA/Piquet, DF ABN NIL NIL NIL
155113S/0474823W NIL
CAÇADOR/Caçador, SC ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
264723S/0505623W W 1800 G 450
CÁCERES/Cáceres, MT ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
160236S/0573751W W 1800 G 450
CACHOEIRO DE ITAPEMIRIM/ ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
Cachoeiro de Itapemirim, ES W 1800 G 450
205010S/0411113W
CALDAS NOVAS/Caldas Novas,GO ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
174331S/0483638W W 1800 G 450
CAMPINA GRANDE/Presidente João ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC 0315-SR SS-2100 NIL
Suassuna, PB W 2000 G 250 IMC
071609S/0355342W
CAMPO MOURÃO/Campo Mourão, PR ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
240009S/0522125W W 1800 G 450
CAMPOS SALES/Campos Sales,CE ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
070258S/0402151W W 1800 G 450
CANELA/Canela, RS ABN NIL NIL NIL
292206S/0504939W NIL
CARAZINHO/Carizinho,RS ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
281917S/0524856W W 1800 G 450
CAROLINA/Brig. Lysias Augusto ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC MON TIL FRI NIL
Rodrigues, MA W 1800 G 450 0915-SR SS-2100
071923S/0472744W IMC
CARUARU/Caruaru, PE ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
081704S/0360039W W 1800 G 450
CASCAVEL/Cascavel, PR ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-2330 NIL
250006S/0533005W W 1800 G 450
CATALÃO/Catalão, GO ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
181306S/0475401W W 1800 G 450
CATANDUVA/Catanduva, SP ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
210739S/0485926W W 1800 G 450
CAXAMBU/Caxambu, MG ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
215503S/0445810W W 1800 G 450
CAXIAS DO SUL/Campo dos Bugres, RS ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-2100 IMC NIL
291141S/0511120W W 1800 G 450
CHAPECÓ/Chapecó, SC ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-2100 IMC NIL
270754S/0523941W W 1800 G 450
COARI/Urucu, AM ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
045300S/0652123W W 1800 G 450
CODÓ/Itapirucu, MA ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
043047S/0440112W W 1800 G 450
CONCEIÇÃO DO ARAGUAIA/Conceição ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC 0915-SR SS-2100 NIL
do Araguaia, PA W 1800 G 450 IMC
082102S/0491836W
CONCÓRDIA/Concórdia, SC ABN NIL OTHER SS - FIM NIL
271106S/0520254W NIL DAS OPERAÇÕES
CRATÉUS/Cratéus, CE ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
051246S/0404219W W 1800 G 450
CRICIÚMA/Forquilhinha - Criciúma, SC ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-2200 IMC NIL
284323S/0492519W W 1800 G 450
CRUZ/Polo Turístico de Jericoacoara, ABN NIL H24 NIL
CE NIL
025414S/0402046W
CURITIBA/Bacacheri, PR ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-0100 IMC NIL
252403S/0491414W W 1800 G 450
CURITIBANOS/Curitibanos, SC ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SR-0900 NIL
271719S/0503613W W 2000 G 250 SS-2100
DIAMANTINA/Diamantina, MG ABN ALTN FLG W EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
181348S/0433853W W 1800 G 450
DIVINÓPOLIS/Divinópolis, MG ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
201055S/0445212W W 1800 G 450
DOURADOS/Dourados, MS ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
221149S/0545529W W 1800 G 450

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP ENR 4.5-3
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

NAME TYPE CHARACTERISTICS HOURS RMK


COORDINATES CANDELAS 1000
ERECHIM/Erechim, RS ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
273936S/0521634W W 1800 G 450
EUZÉBIO/Fábrica Fortaleza, CE ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
035538S/0383002W W 1800 G 450
FERNANDO DE NORONHA/Fernando ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
de Noronha, PE W 1800 G 450
035125S/0322537W
FORTALEZA / Pinto Martins ABN S034621/W0383212, ALTN NIL NIL
034621S/0383212W W 1800 G 450 FLG W G EV 10SEC/HN IMC
FRANCISCO BELTRÃO/Francisco ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
Beltrão, PR W 1800 G 450
260332S/0530348W
FRONTEIRAS/João Pereira dos Santos ABN ALTN FLG W EV 10SEC NIL NIL
Filho, PI W 1800 G 450
070553S/0403733W
GARANHUNS/Garanhuns, PE ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
085122S/0363148W W 1800 G 450
GOIANA/Itapessoca, PE ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
073926S/0345125W W 1800 G 450
GOIÂNIA/Santa Genoveva, GO ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
163803S/0491328W W 1800 G 450
GOVERNADOR VALADARES/ ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
Governador Valadares, MG W 1800 G 450
185343S/0415856W
GUAJARÁ-MIRIM/Guajará-Mirim, RO ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-2200 IMC NIL
104722S/0651654W W 2000 G 250
GUANAMBI/Guanambi,BA ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC BY REQUEST NIL
140430S/0420001W W 2000 G 250
GUARAPARI/Guarapari, ES ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
203902S/0545640W W 1800 G 450
GUARAPUAVA/Tancredo Thomas de ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
Faria, PR W 1800 G 450
252319S/0513120W
GUARATINGUETÁ/Guaratinguetá, SP ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-2300 IMC NIL
224744S/0451226W W 1800 G 450
GUARUJÁ/Base Aérea, SP ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
235527S/0461820W W 1800 G 450
GUAXUPÉ/Guaxupé, MG ABN NIL NIL NIL
211929S/0464339W NIL
GURUPI/Gurupi, TO ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC BY REQUEST NIL
114419S/0490812W W 1800 G 450
IGUATU/Iguatu, CE ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
062118S/0391711W W 1800 G 450
ILHÉUS/Bahia - Jorge Amado, BA ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
144853S/0390201W W 1800 G 450
IMPERATRIZ/Prefeito Renato Moreira, ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC 0815- SR SS-0300 NIL
MA W 1800 G 450 IMC
053159S/0472728W
IRECÊ/Irecê, BA ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
112022S/0415108W W 1800 G 450
ITAITUBA/Itaituba, PA ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC 0915- SR SS-0300 NIL
041432S/0560003W W 2000 G 250 IMC
ITIRAPINA/Dr. Augusto de Arruda ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
Botelho, SP W 1800 G 450
221141S/0475142W
ITUMBIARA/Hidroelétrica, GO ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
182615S/0491250W W 1800 G 450
JOAÇABA/Joaçaba, SC ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
271022S/0513306W W 1800 G 450
JOINVILLE/Lauro Carneiro de Loyola, ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC 0900-SR SS-0200 NIL
SC W 1800 G 450 IMC
261326S/0484805W
JUAZEIRO DO NORTE/Orlando Bezerra ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
de Menezes, CE W 2000 G 250
071254S/0391623W
JUIZ DE FORA/Francisco de Assis, MG ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-0100 IMC NIL
214736S/0432305W W 1800 G 450
JUIZ DE FORA/Regional da Zona da ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
Mata, MG W 1800 G 450
213036S/0430944W
JUNDIAÍ/Jundiaí, SP ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
211054S/0465636W W 2000 G 250

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


ENR 4.5-4 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

NAME TYPE CHARACTERISTICS HOURS RMK


COORDINATES CANDELAS 1000
LAGES/Lages, SC ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
274654S/0501652W W 2000 G 250
LAGOA SANTA/Lagoa Santa, MG ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC IMC NIL
193933S/0435351W W 2000 G 250
LENÇÓIS PAULISTA/Lençóis Paulista, ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC BY REQUEST NIL
SP W 1800 G 450
223425S/0484626W
LENÇÓIS/Chapada Diamantina, BA ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
122912S/0411630W W 1800 G 450
LINHARES/Aeroporto Antônio Edson ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
Azevedo Lima, ES W 1800 G 450
192139S/0400409W
LONDRINA/Governador José Richa, PR ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
231945S/0510813W W 1800 G 450
MACAÉ/Macaé, RJ ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
223704S/0420138W W 2000 G 250
MACEIÓ/Zumbi dos Palmares, AL ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
093045S/0354755W W 2000 G 250
MACOCA/Comandante Vittorio Bonomi, ABN ALT FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
SP W 1800 G 450
213144S/0470245W
MANAUS/Ponta Pelada, AM ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
030841S/0595934W W 1800 G 450
MANOEL RIBAS/Manoel Ribas, PR ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
243144S/0513850W W 1800 G 450
MARABÁ/Pará - João Corrêa da Rocha, ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
PA W 1800 G 450
052150S/0490747W
MARINGÁ/Regional de Maringá, Sílvio ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
Name Junior, PR W 1800 G 450
232846S/0520044W
MATÃO/Faz. Do Cambuhy, SP ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
213747S/0482838W W 1000 G 450
MATÃO/Marchesan S/A, SP ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
213747S/0482350W W 1800 G 450
MINAÇU/Minaçu, GO ABN ALTN FLGW G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
133241S/0481138W W 1800 G 450
MOGI-MIRIM/HELPN Faz. São ABN ALT FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
Francisco, SP W 2000 G 250
222256S/0470030W
MONTES CLAROS/Mário Ribeiro, MG ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC 0800-SR SS-0400 NIL
164216S/0434908W W 1800 G 450 IMC
NOVA XAVANTINA/Xavantina, MT ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC IMC NIL
144126S/0522106W W 1800 G 450
NOVO PROGRESSO/Cachimbo, PA ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-2100 IMC NIL
092017S/0545755W W 1800 G 450
OIAPOQUE/Oiapoque, AP ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-2130 IMC NIL
035011N/0514950W W 2000 G 250
ORIXIMINÁ/Trombetas, PA ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-0000 IMC NIL
012906S/0562327W W 1800 G 450
PARANAVAÍ/Paranavaí, PR ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
230530S/0522904W W 1800 G 450
PARAUPEBAS/Carajás, PA ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-2130 IMC NIL
064801S/0500006W W 1800 G 450
PARINTINS/Parintins, AM ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
024012S/0564613W W 1800 G 450
PARNAÍBA / Prefeito Dr. João Silva ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-0300 IMC NIL
Filho, PI ABN W 1800 G 450
025342S/0414346W
PASSO FUNDO/Lauro Kurtz, RS ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
281433S/0521945W W 1800 G 450
PATO BRANCO/Pato Branco, PR ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
261304S/0524139W W 1800 G 450
PATOS DE MINAS/Patos de Minas, MG ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
184018S/0462927W W 1800 G 450
PATOS/Patos, PB ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
070216S/0371527W W 1800 G 450
PAULO AFONSO/Paulo Afonso, BA ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
092401S/0381457W W 1800 G 450
PETROLINA/Senador Nilo Coelho, PE ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
092153S/0403357W W 1800 G 450

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP ENR 4.5-5
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

NAME TYPE CHARACTERISTICS HOURS RMK


COORDINATES CANDELAS 1000
PINDAMONHANGABA/Faz. Santa ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
Helena, SP W 1800 G 450
225322S/0452930W
PIRACICABA/Piracicaba, SP ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
224238S/0473710W W 2000 G 250
PIRASSUNUNGA/Campo Fontenelle, SP ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-0200 IMC NIL
215906S/0472018W W 1800 G 450
POÇOS DE CALDAS/Poços de Caldas, ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-2200 IMC NIL
MG W 1800 G 450
215016S/0463358W
PONTA GROSSA/Ponta Grossa, PR ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
251116S/0500840W W 1800 G 450
PORANGATU/Porangatu, GO ABN ALT FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
132416S/0490926W W 1800 G 450
PORTO ALEGRE/Canoas, RS ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
295642S/0510815W W 1800 G 450
PORTO NACIONAL/Porto Nacional, TO ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC MON TIL FRI NIL
104257S/0482407W W 2000 G 250 0915-SR SS-2100
PORTO SEGURO/Terra Vista, BA ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
163227S/0390628W W 1800 G 450
POSSE/Oricanga de Abreu, GO ABN ALT FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
140726S/0492031W W 1800 G 450
POUSO ALEGRE/Pouso Alegre, MG ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
221720S/0455510W W 1800 G 450
PRESIDENTE PRUDENTE/Presidente ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
Prudente, SP W 1800 G 450
221042S/0512508W
RIO DE JANEIRO/Campo Délio Jardim ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
de Matos, RJ W 1800 G 450
225248S/0432301W
RIO DE JANEIRO/Jacarepaguá - ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 20 SEC SS-0100 IMC NIL
Roberto Marinho, RJ W 2000 G 250
225927S/0432214W
RIO DE JANEIRO/Santa Cruz, RJ ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
225544S/0434252W W 1800 G 450
RIO GRANDE/Regional de Rio Grande, ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 20 a 30 min O/R NIL
RS W 25 G 25
320504S/0520954W
RIO VERDE/Rio Verde, GO ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
175003S/0505720W W 1800 G 450
SANTA MARIA/Santa Maria, RS ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-0300 IMC NIL
294223S/0534137W W 1800 G 450
SANTA ROSA/Santa Rosa, RS ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
275432S/0543120W W 1800 G 450
SANTO ANTÔNIO DO AMPARO/Santo ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
Antônio do Amparo, MG W 1800 G 450
205441S/0445340W
SANTOS/Base Área, SP ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
235547S/0461810W W 1800 G 450
SÃO FELIX DO XINGU/São Félix do ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
Xingu, PA W 1800 G 450
063825S/0515924W
SÃO GABRIEL DA CACHOEIRA/São ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC IMC NIL
Gabriel da Cachoeira, AM W 1800 G 450
000859S/0665923W
SÃO JOÃO DEL REI/São João Del Rei, ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
MG W 1800 G 450
210511S/0441344W
SÃO JOSÉ DO RIO PRETO/ ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
São José do Rio Preto, SP W 1800 G 450
204858S/0492417W
SÃO MATEUS/São Mateus, ES ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
184315S/0394959W W 1800 G 450
SÃO PAULO/Campo de Marte, SP ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-0200 IMC NIL
233024S/0463804W W 1800 G 450
SÃO PEDRO D’ALDEIA/São Pedro ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC IMC NIL
D’Aldeia, RJ W 1800 G 450
215017S/0463353W
SÃO RAIMUNDO NONATO/Serra da ABN NIL NIL NIL
Capivara/São Raimundo Nonato,PI NIL
090453S/0423833W

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


ENR 4.5-6 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

NAME TYPE CHARACTERISTICS HOURS RMK


COORDINATES CANDELAS 1000
SÃO SEBASTIÃO DO PARAÍSO/ ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
São Sebastião do Paraíso, MG W 1800 G 450
205701S/0465907W
SAPEZAL/Faz. Tucunaré, MT ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
132821S/0585103W W 1800 G 450
SERRA TALHADA/ Santa Magalhães, ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
PE W 1800 G 450
080345S/0381932W
SINOP/Presidente João Batista ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
Figueiredo, MT W 1800 G 450
115247S/0553456W
SOBRAL/Sobral, CE ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
034041S/0402011W W 1800 G 450
SORRISO/Regional de Sorriso Adolino ABN NIL NIL NIL
Bedin, MT NIL
122847S/0554032W
SOUZA/Souza, PB ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
064701S/0381401W W 1800 G 450
TAUBATE/Base de Aviação de Taubate, ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
SP W 1800 G 250
230220S/0453057W
TEFÉ/Tefé, AM ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-2300 IMC NIL
032246S/0644324W W 2000 G 250
TEIXEIRA DE FREITAS/Teixeira de ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC BY REQUEST NIL
Freitas, BA W 2000 G 250
173126S/0394013W
TELÊMACO BORBA/Telêmaco Borba, ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-2000 IMC NIL
PR W 1800 G 450
241925S/0503916W
TEÓFILO OTONI/Juscelino Kubitscheck, ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
MG W 1800 G 450
175337S/0413053W
TERESINA/Senador Petrônio Portela, PI ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
050338S/0424918W W 2000 G 250
TOLEDO/Toledo, PR ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
244106S/0644330W W 1800 G 450
TORRES/Torres, RS ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
292520S/0494824W W 1800 G 450
TUCURUÍ/Tucuruí, PA ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC SS-2130 IMC NIL
034656S/0494304W W 1800 G 450
UBERABA/Mário de Almeida Franco, MG ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
194553S/0475758W W 1800 G 450
UBERLÂNDIA/Tenente Coronel Aviador ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
César Bombonato, MG W 1800 G 450
185305S/0481346W
UMUARAMA/Umuarama, PR ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
234756S/0531848W W 1800 G 450
VALENÇA/Valença, BA ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
131747S/0385933W W 1800 G 450
VARGINHA/Major Brigadeiro ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC NIL NIL
Trompowsky, MG W 1800 G 450
213516S/0452834W
VILHENA/Vilhena, RO ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC MON TIL SAT NIL
124119S/0600604W W 2000 G 250 0100-0700,
SS-2200;
SUN SS-2200 IMC
VITÓRIA DA CONQUISTA/Vitória da ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC 0830-SR SS-0215 NIL
Conquista, BA W 1800 G 450 IMC
145158S/0405149W
VITÓRIA/Eurico de Aguiar Salles, ES ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC HN IMC NIL
201534S/0401728W W 1800 G 450
XANXERÊ/Municipal João Winckler, SC ABN ALTN FLG W G EV 2 to 3 SEC H24 NIL
265231S/0522220W Nil

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP ENR 5.1.4-7
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

CONDITIONED AIRSPACE

IDENTIFICATION AND NAME UPPER LIMIT


TYPE OF RESTRICTION / DANGER REMARKS
LATERAL LIMITS LOWER LIMIT
1 2 3 4
RESTRICTED AREA
SBR 460 INSTRUÇÃO 3 Permanently
7000ft under VMC.
Lateral Limits __________ Training of civil aircraft of Aeroclubs
and Aviation Schools. ALL ACFT WILL
From 2247.63S/04642.86W; 2236.60S/ BE USE FCA
04639.01W; 2245.00S/04617.16W; 2254.94S/ GND 127.25MHZ
04633.10W; to point of origin.
RESTRICTED AREA
SBR 461 CAPIM SANTO
Lateral Limits 500ft Activated by
__________ MIL ACFT Training of the 3rd Army
From 2039.46S/05450.37W; 2039.64S/ Aviation Battalion (3rd BAvEx) CAMPO GRANDE
05442.67W; 2045.07S/05438.91W; 2046.93S/ APP
GND
05439.03W; 2046.71S/05447.59W; 2041.16S/
05450.65W; to point of origin.
RESTRICTED AREA
SBR 462 CÓRREGO
Lateral Limits 1000ft
Activated by
From 2008.11S/05453.08W; 2010.50S/ __________ MIL ACFT Training of the 3rd Army CAMPO GRANDE
Aviation Battalion (3rd BAvEx)
05459.46W; 2014.92S/05501.21W; 2016.41S/ GND APP
05502.56W; 2011.85S/05441.58W; to point of
origin.
RESTRICTED AREA
SBR 464 ECHO 2
Lateral Limits
From 2057.97S/05422.14W; 2128.59S/
05401.70W then along the clockwise arc of a FL240
__________ Activated by
circle of 70NM radius centred on 2029.01S/ MIL ACFT Training CAMPO GRANDE
05441.32W (VOR/DME GRD); 2139.15S/ APP
FL050
05445.42W; 2103.08S/05443.31W then along
the counter clockwise arc of a circle of 34NM
radius centred on 2029.01S/05441.32W (VOR/
DME GRD); to point of origin.
RESTRICTED AREA
SBR 465 VELA 2 FL090
Lateral Limits __________ Sailing / gliders flight instruction and Permanently
From 2248.21S/04648.81W; 2234.21S/ training area . under VMC
04644.05W; 2228.43S/04659.11W; 2231.68S/ GND
04707.16W; to point of origin.
RESTRICTED AREA
SBR 466 INSTRUÇÃO 4 Permanently
5000ft
Lateral Limits __________ Training of civil aircraft of Aeroclubs under VMC.
ALL ACFT WILL
From 2231.80S/04707.46W; 2237.86S/ and Aviation Schools. BE USE FCA
04700.88W; 2239.73S/04700.88W; 2235.03S/ GND
126.75MHZ
04715.63W; to point of origin.
RESTRICTED AREA
SBR 467 VELA 1
Lateral Limits 4500ft
__________ Sailing / gliders flight instruction and Permanently
From 2314.61S/04706.03W; 2312.76S/
training area . under VMC
04656.28W; 2315.55S/04654.76W; 2317.10S/ GND
04655.72W; 2317.00S/04705.82W; to point of
origin.
RESTRICTED AREA Permanently
SBR 468 ÁREA AZUL FL085 under VMC and
__________
Lateral Limits Squadron ACFT training Academia APP
Circular area centered on 2211.68S/ coordination
GND (123.600 MHz).
04751.71W within a 7KM radius.
RESTRICTED AREA
Permanently
SBR 469 ÁREA VERDE FL085 under VMC and
__________
Lateral Limits Squadron ACFT training Academia APP
Circular area centered on 2209.43S/ coordination
GND (123.600 MHz).
04742.83W within a 7KM radius.

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AIP AD 1.3-1
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

AD 1.3 INDEX TO AERODROMES AND HELIPORTS

Type of traffic permitted to use the AD/heliport


Scheduled

aerodromes/heliport name and ICAO International/National Non-scheduled


Location indicator (INTL – NTL) IFR-VFR General aviation Reference to AIP
Military
1 2 3 4 5
ARACAJU / Santa Maria
NTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBAR 1
SBAR
BAGÉ / Comandante Gustavo
Kraemer NTL** VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBBG 1
SBBG
BELÉM / Val de Cans / Júlio Cezar
Ribeiro INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBBE 1
SBBE
BELO HORIZONTE / Pampulha -
Carlos Drummond de Andrade NTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBBH 1
SBBH
BELO HORIZONTE / Tancredo Neves
INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBCF 1
SBCF
BOA VISTA / Atlas Brasil Cantanhede
INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBBV 1
SBBV
BRASÍLIA / Presidente Juscelino
Kubitschek INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBBR 1
SBBR
CABO FRIO / Cabo Frio
NTL*** VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBCB 1
SBCB
CAMPINAS / Viracopos
INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBKP 1
SBKP
CAMPO GRANDE / Campo Grande
INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBCG 1
SBCG
CAMPOS DOS GOYTACAZES /
Bartolomeu Lisandro NTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBCP 1
SBCP
CORUMBÁ / Corumbá
INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBCR 1
SBCR
CRUZEIRO DO SUL / Cruzeiro do Sul
INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBCZ 1
SBCZ
CUIABÁ / Marechal Rondon
INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBCY 1
SBCY
CURITIBA / Afonso Pena
INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBCT 1
SBCT
FLORIANÓPOLIS / Hercílio Luz
INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBFL 1
SBFL
FORTALEZA / Pinto Martins
INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBFZ 1
SBFZ
FOZ DO IGUAÇU / Cataratas
INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBFI 1
SBFI
JOÃO PESSOA / Presidente Castro
Pinto INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBJP 1
SBJP
MACAPÁ / Alberto Alcolumbre
INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBMQ 1
SBMQ
MACEIÓ / Zumbi dos Palmares
NTL*** VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBMO 1
SBMO
MANAUS / Eduardo Gomes
INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBEG 1
SBEG
MARINGÁ / Sílvio Name Júnior
NTL* VFR IFR P AD 2 SBMG 1
SBMG
NAVEGANTES / Ministro Victor
Konder INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBNF 1
SBNF
PALMAS / Brigadeiro Lysias
Rodrigues NTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBPJ 1
SBPJ
PELOTAS / Pelotas
INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBPK 1
SBPK
DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17
AD 1.3-2 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

Type of traffic permitted to use the AD/heliport


Scheduled

aerodromes/heliport name and ICAO International/National Non-scheduled


Location indicator (INTL – NTL) IFR-VFR General aviation Reference to AIP
Military
1 2 3 4 5
PONTA PORÃ / Ponta Porã
INTL IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBPP 1
SBPP
PORTO ALEGRE / Salgado Filho
INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBPA 1
SBPA
PORTO SEGURO / Porto Seguro
NTL*** VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBPS 1
SBPS
PORTO VELHO / Governador Jorge
Teixeira de Oliveira INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBPV 1
SBPV
RECIFE / Guararapes - Gilberto
Freyre INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBRF 1
SBRF
RIBEIRÃO PRETO / Leite Lopes
NTL* VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBRP 1
SBRP
RIO BRANCO / Plácido de Castro
NTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBRB 1
SBRB
RIO DE JANEIRO / Galeão - Antônio
Carlos Jobim INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBGL 1
SBGL
RIO DE JANEIRO / Santos Dumont
NTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBRJ 1
SBRJ
SALVADOR / Deputado Luís Eduardo
Magalhães INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBSV 1
SBSV
SANTARÉM / Maestro Wilson
Fonseca INTL / ALTN VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBSN 1
SBSN
SÃO GONÇALO DO AMARANTE /
Governador Aluízio Alves INTL VFR IFR P AD 2 SBSG 1
SBSG
SÃO JOSÉ DOS CAMPOS / Professor
Urbano Ernesto Stumpf INTL* VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBSJ 1
SBSJ
SÃO LUÍS / Marechal Cunha Machado
INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBSL 1
SBSL
SÃO PAULO / Congonhas
NTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBSP 1
SBSP
SÃO PAULO / Guarulhos -
Governador André Franco Montoro INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBGR 1
SBGR
TABATINGA / Tabatinga
INTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBTT 1
SBTT
URUGUAIANA / Rubem Berta
NTL VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBUG 1
SBUG
VITÓRIA / Eurico de Aguiar Salles
NTL* VFR IFR R - NR - P AD 2 SBVT 1
SBVT

* AD authorized for cargo INTL air TFC. INTL FLT requests must be sent to the ANAC.
** AD commisioned to passenger INTL air traffic, subject to AD administration coordination by PHONE (53) 3242-7702. Demands for
INTL FLT shall be directed by operator to AD administration 24H in advance..
*** AD authroized for INTL air TFC of passengers. The requests for INTL FLT must be submitted to ANAC.

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP AD 2 SBAR 1-5
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

SBAR AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE

1 Designation and Lateral Limits CTR ARACAJU


Circular area centered on 1058.99S/03704.00W within a 15NM radius.
2 Vertical Limits GND/ FL035
3 Airspace Classification D
4 ATS unit call sign ARACAJÚ CONTROL
Language(s) Portuguese - English
5 Transition altitude 4000 FT
6 Remarks Nil

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


AD 2 SBAR 1-6 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

SBAR AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service Call sign Frequency Hours of operation Remarks


designation
1 2 3 4 5
APP ARACAJÚ CONTROL 119.000 H24 Nil
120.300 MHZ H24 Nil
119.000 MHZ H24 Nil
120.300 MHZ H24 Nil
TWR ARACAJÚ TOWER 118.800 MHZ 1000-0000 Nil

SBAR AD 2.19 RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS

Type of aid, ID Frequency Hours of Antenna Elevation of Remarks


MAG VAR and operation coordinates DME antenna
type of OPR
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
VOR/DME ARU 115.40 MHz H24 1058.92S 5.49 M VOR NOT AVBL
(23°W/2012) CH101X 03704.64W BTN sector 200/210
CH 101X

SBAR AD 2.20 LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

1. Airport regulations
Not applicable

2.Taxiing to and from stands


Not applicable

3. Parking area for small aircraft (General Aviation)


- OPS and remaining of general aviation ACFT and air taxi PPR 24H prior to ARR by TEL (79) 3212-8557, (79) 8102-2204 or email:
aeroportodearacaju@infraero.gov.br in order to COOR PRKG.
- The use of pushback for ACFT weighing more than 20T on a departure procedure from ACFT apron is compulsory. It is up to the
operator to guarantee the availability of means, whether on his own or hired, to execute such operation.

4. Parking area for helicopters


Nil

5. Apron – taxiing during winter conditions


Not applicable.

6. Taxiing - limitations
180° Turnaround for ACFT (wingspan of FOKKER 100, BOEING 737 or greater) at THR only.

7. School and training flights – technical test flights – use of runways


Nil

8. Helicopter traffic – limitation


No restrictions

9. Removal of disabled aircraft from runways


Under the responsibility of owner or user, coordinated by AD administration.

SBAR AD 2.21 NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

Part I
Noise abatement for jet aeroplanes irrespective of weight and for propeller and turboprop aeroplanes with MTOM of or above
11.000Kg.

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP AD 2 SBAR 1-7
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

1. General provisions
1.1 For noise abaqtement procedures, aircraft causing a noise level above that allowed are those that do not comply with the lkimits
included in the Chapter 3, Annex 16, ICAO, and also those included in the AIP MAP.

2. Use of the runway system during the day period


No restrictions.

3. Use of the runway system during the night period


No restrictions

4. Restrictions
4.1 Restrictions to take-off
The exit procedures must be according to the prescribed at the Standard Instrument Departure Charts – SID included at the location.
4.2 Restrictions to landing and overflight
Not applicable

5. Reporting
Not applicable

Part II
Noise abatement procedures for propeller and turboprop aeroplanes with MTOM below 11.000 Kg

1. General provisions
Nil

2. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

3. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

4. Reporting
Nil

Part III
Noise-abatement procedures for helicopters

1. General provisions
Nil

2. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

3. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

4. Reporting
Nil

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


AD 2 SBAR 1-8 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

SBAR AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

General provisions
The flights shall be accomplished according to IFR or VFR flight rules.
When APCH THR 11 be alert not to confuse RWY with Avenue DIST APRX 1300M on right of RWY centerline.

Procedures for IFR flights within TMA


The inbound, transit and outbound routes shown on the charts may be varied at the discretion of ATS. If necessary, in case of
congestion, inbound aircraft may also be instructed to hold at one of the designated airways, reporting points.

Radar procedures within TMA


Radar vectoring and sequencing
No

Surveillance radar approach


No

Precision radar approach


No

Communication failure
In the event of communication failure, the pilot shall act in accordance with the communication failure procedures in ICA 100 -12
except for the instructions established by the ATC unit.

Procedures for VFR flights within TMA


a) According to the prescribed by the ICA 100-12
b) OBS VAC for entrance to or exit from the AD traffic pattern.
c) OBS possible restrictions to PLN AFIL submission.
d) OBS approach or sequencing for aircraft landing is prohibited.
e) OBS conditioned airspace.

Procedures for VFR flights within CTR


a) As prescribed by ICA 100-12.
b) As prescribed by the VAC of the location.

VFR Routes within CTR


No

SBAR AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Bird concentration in the vicinity of the airport


Nil

PLN and simplified PLN can be filled by TEL


PLN and its updates can be filled by TEL: TEL/FAX CMA/PLN (79) 3243-1473.

Local information
Engine run up in front of the TWR and at any place BTN 2200 and 0600h is prohibited.

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP AD 2 SBAR 1-9
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

SBAR AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

ADC, PDC, IAC, SID, VAC, AOC

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


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AIP AD 2 SBBE 1-7
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

Part I
Noise abatement for jet aeroplanes irrespective of weight and for propeller and turboprop aeroplanes with MTOM of or above
11.000Kg.

1. General provisions
Engine run-up prohibited at the PRKG area in front of the TWR, AD AIS unit Belém MET Office

2. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

3. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

4. Restrictions
Nil

5. Reporting
Nil

Part II
Noise abatement procedures for propeller and turboprop aeroplanes with MTOM below 11.000 Kg

1. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

2. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

3. Reporting
Nil

Part III
Noise-abatement procedures for helicopters

1. General provisions
Nil

2. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

3. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

4. Reporting
Nil

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


AD 2 SBBE 1-8 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

SBBE AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

General provisions
Nil

Procedures for IFR flights within TMA


Nil

Radar procedures within TMA


Radar vectoring and sequencing
Nil

Surveillance radar approach


Nil

Precision radar approach


Nil

Communication failure
Nil

Procedures for VFR flights within TMA


Nil

Procedures for VFR flights within CTR


Observe VAC for entrance to or exit from traffic pattern

VFR Routes within CTR


Not applicable

SBBE AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Bird concentration in the vicinity of the airport


- Be alert for birds strike hazard (Vultures, Herons, Brazilian Lapwings and Pigeons) in the vicinity of the AD

Local information
- Be alert for obstruction (antenna) with ELEV 67', DIST 188m from THR 02 AZM 204.
- OBS metal tower, HGT 103M, DIST 8280M and 620M to the right of RWY axis
- OBS tower, HGT 115M, DIST 6792M THR 02 and 50M to the left of RWY axis alignement
- OBS OBST (post), HGT 25M, DIST 760M from THR 02, AZM 192

SBBE AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

ADC, PDC, IAC, SID, VAC, AOC

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP AD 2 SBBG 1-7
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

3. Reporting
Nil

Parte III
Noise-abatement procedures for helicopters

1. General provisions
Nil

2. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

3. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

4. Reporting
Nil

SBBG AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

General provisions
Nil

Procedures for IFR flights within TMA


Not applicable

Radar procedures within TMA


Radar vectoring and sequencing
No

Surveillance radar approach


No

Precision radar approach


No

Communication failure
No

Procedures for VFR flights within TMA


Not Applicable

Procedures for VFR flights within CTR


Not Applicable

VFR Routes within CTR


Not Applicable

SBBG AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Bird concentration in the vicinity of the airport


Bird concentration near the Movement Area and in the vicinity of the AD

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


AD 2 SBBG 1-8 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

Local information
-AD homologated for Passenger INTLair traffic, subject to the coordination of the AD administration by the TEL (53) 3242- 7702.
The requests for INTL FLT must be addressed to the operator of the AD administration at least with 24 hours priority.

SBBG AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

ADC, IAC, SID

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP AD 2 SBBH 1-1
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

AD 2. AERODROMES

SBBH AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

SBBH - BELO HORIZONTE/PAMPULHA - CARLOS DRUMMOND DE ANDRADE, MG

SBBH AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1 ARP coordinates and site at AD 195107S / 0435702W


137° /1218 M from THR 13
2 Direction and distance from (city) 340° / 9 KM from Belo Horizonte
3 Elevation/Reference Temperature 789M (2589FT) / 31 °C
4 Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN -06 M (020 FT)
5 MAG VAR/annual change 22°W (2012) /05'W decreasing
6 AD Operator, address, telephone, FAX e-mail and INFRAERO
AFS and, if available, website address Aeroporto da Pampulha – Carlos Drummond de Andrade Praça
Bagatelle,204 – Aeroporto31270-705 Belo Horizonte – MG – Brasil
TEL: (31) 3490- 2001
FAX: (31) 3490-2155
E-MAIL: sbbh@infraero.gov.br
AFS:AFS:SBBHYDYX
7 Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR) IFR (DAY/NIGHT) /VFR (DAY/NIGHT)
8 Remarks a) Non-scheduled flights of passengers are prohibited;
b) Cargo flights are forbidden, except those restricted to transportation of
bank items.
c) TEL/FAX PLN: (31) 3490-2134.

SBBH AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL HOURS

1 AD Operator H24
2 Customs and immigration Nil
3 Health and sanitation H24
4 AIS Briefing Office H24
5 ARO Reporting Office H24
6 MET Briefing Office H24
7 ATS H24
8 Fuelling PETROBRAS H24. TEL: (31) 3441-3477 and (31) 3491-3263
SHELL DLY 0800-0200. other HR O/R
TEL: (31) 3491-4878, (31) 98950-3979, (31) 98713-3063, (31) 99335-
2991, (31) 98522-2093.
JET FLY ( only TF) DLY 0800/0200 other HR O/R TEL (31) 3494 - 6517
(31) 99178 - 6111

9 Handling H24
10 Security H24
11 De-icing Not applicable
12 Remarks Nil

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


AD 2 SBBH 1-2 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

SBBH AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1 Cargo-handling facilities Up to 5 tonnes handling possible.


2 Fuel/oil types AVGAS 100/130 and Jet A1.Oil types: W100, ASTRO 500 and LUBRAX
D50.
3 Fuelling facilities / capacity Petrobrás:
AVGAS: 2 trucks 3.000 L, 1,7 L/SEC. Capacity: 46.000 L.
Jet A1: 1 trucks 11.000 L, 13,3 L/SEC and 2 trucks 12.000 L, 13,3 L/
SEC. Capacity: 174.000 L.

Shell:
AVGAS: 2 trucks 3.300 L, 2,2 L/SEC. Capacity : 42.000 L. Jet A1: 3
trucks 13.000 L, 13,0 L/SEC. Capacity : 217.500 L.
4 De-icing facilities Not applicable
5 Hangar space for visiting aircraft Only for small ACFT by previous agreement with the owner.
6 Repair facilities for visiting aircraft Repair facilities by previous agreement with the maintenance company.
7 Remarks Nil

SBBH AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

1 Hotels Near to the AD and in the city.


2 Restaurants At AD, with capacity of up to 50 meals per hour, from 1200 to 2300, or in
the city.
3 Transportation Bus, taxi and car hire.
4 Medical facilities First aids at AD and hospitals in the city.
5 Bank and Post Office Banks: at AD ATM only.
Post Office: in the city.
6 Tourist Office In the city.
7 Remarks Nil

SBBH AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1 AD Category for fire fighting CAT 5


2 Rescue equipment 04 fire fighting trucks, 01 ambulance and 01 holster.
3 Capability for removal of disabled aircraft Available resources at AD: 15 tractors, 5 hoists, capacity up to 2 T; fork
for Kingair, Citation, Lear Jet, Bandeirante, HS125 and Brasíla;
Helicopters: Esquilo, Jet Ranger, Mitsubishi, Dauphin and Panther;
hydraulic jack up to 10 T; screw jack; hydraulic crab; different ladders
GPU 56 KVA and board to remove ACFT up to 2 T.
4 Remarks Nil

SBBH AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

1 Types of clearing equipment Nil


2 Clearance priorities Nil
3 Remarks Nil

SBBH AD 2.8 APRONS, TAXIWAYS AND CHECK LOCATIONS/POSITIONS DATA

1 Apron surface and strength Apron 1 :


Type of surface: CONC/ASPH
Strength: PCN 44/F/B/X/T
Apron 2 :
Type of surface: ASPH
Strength: PCN 8/F/D/X/T
Apron 3 :
Nil

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AIP AD 2 SBBH 1-7
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

Type of aid, ID Frequency Hours of Antenna Elevation of Remarks


MAG VAR and operation coordinates DME antenna
type of OPR
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
LOC/DME IPM 109.30 MHz H24 1951.20S Nil Nil
CAT I 13 CH30X 04356.23W
VOR/DME BHZ 117.70 MHz H24 1950.15S 179.83 M CH 124X
(22°W/2012) CH124X 04400.21W OPR INFRAERO
NDB BHZ 520.00 kHz H24 1951.20S Nil COVERAGE 54 NM
04357.29W OPR INFRAERO

SBBH AD 2.20 LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

1. Airport regulations
a) At airport a number of local regulations apply, and they are available at the airport administration.
b) IFR training flights, TGL, ANAC check and other FLT that may interfere with arrival and departure procedures at the
AD are prohibited, MON TIL FRI 1000-1500 1800-2359 SAT 0000-0059 1000-1500 SUN 2000-2300. During other hours,
such OPS are allowed only with prior AUTH from the respective ATS unit.
c) Engine run-up at aprons, RWY and hangars at 0100-1000 is forbidden.
d)Only scheduled domestic flights of passengers are allowed the maximum of 40min of permanency in the parking areas.

2.Taxiing to and from stands


- At apron 1, engine run-up of ACFT is allowed only when the push-back of the ACFT reaches the taxiway.

3. Parking area for small aircraft (General Aviation)


- Apron 1 and 2 not AVBL for permanence/stay of ACFT related to flight training.

4. Parking area for helicopters


Nil

5. Apron – taxiing during winter conditions


Nil

6. Taxiing - limitations
Nil

7. School and training flights – technical test flights – use of runways


Nil.

8. Helicopter traffic – limitation

a) Performing flights at a low height over grass areas near aprons 1 and 2 is prohibited;
b) Clearances for landings and departures at points not visible from the TWR must obey the rules included in the item 7.4.5 da ICA 100-
4.
c) During landing, take-off and movement operations at the aerodrome, overflying other aircraft on the ground is prohibited.

9. Removal of disabled aircraft from runways


- Under the responsibility of owner or user, coordinated by AD administration.

SBBH AD 2.21 NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

Part I
Noise abatement for jet aeroplanes irrespective of weight and for propeller and turboprop aeroplanes with MTOM of or above
11.000Kg.

1. General provisions
Nil

2. Use of the runway system during the day period

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AD 2 SBBH 1-8 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

Nil

3. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

4. Restrictions
Engine run-up at aprons, RWY and hangars at 0100-1000 is forbidden.

5. Reporting
Nil

Part II
Noise abatement procedures for propeller and turboprop aeroplanes with MTOM below 11.000 Kg

1. General provisions
Nil

2. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

3. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

Part III
Noise-abatement procedures for helicopters

1. General provisions
Nil

2. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

3. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

4. Reporting
Nil

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AIP AD 2 SBBH 1-9
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

SBBH AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

General provisions
Nil
Procedures for IFR flights within TMA
PRB training FLT of TGL IFR PROC, check ANAC or other FLT types which interfere in the AD DEP and ARR PROC. MON TIL FRI
1000/1500 1800/2359, SAT 0000/0059 1000/1500, SUN 2000/2300. In all other schedules, these OPS only with previous AUTH
from ATS respective unit.

Radar procedures within TMA


Radar vectoring and sequencing
Nil

Surveillance radar approach


Nil

Precision radar approach


Nil

Communication failure
Nil

Procedures for VFR flights within TMA


a) According to the prescribed by the ICA 100-12

Procedures for VFR flights within CTR


a) AFIL flight plans shall not be accepted by BH APP when ACFT are taking off from aerodromes without AIS office located in the
BH- CTR and/OR BH-TMA and their lateral projections. In the event they PLAN to penetrate the controlled AIRSPACE of BH-APP
jurisdiction (BH- TMA OR BH-CTR) shall submit the FLIGHT PLAN prior to TAKE-OFF to the SBCF or SBBH AIS office.
TANCREDO NEVES - SBCF - (31) 3689-2532
CARLOS DRUMOND DE ANDRADE - SBBH - (31) 3490-2134

VFR Routes within CTR


Nil.

SBBH AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Bird concentration in the vicinity of the airport


Bird concentration (black vultures) at BHZ VOR sector and at final approach of RWY 13.

Local information
Nil.

SBBH AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

ADC, PDC, IAC, SID, STAR, VAC, AOC

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AD 2. AERODROMES

SBBR AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

SBBR - BRASÍLIA / Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek - INTL, DF

SBBR AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1 ARP coordinates and site at AD 155216S / 0475507W


Pátio 1 (TWY L6)
2 Direction and distance from (city) 355° / 8KM from Brasília
3 Elevation/Reference Temperature 1066M (3497FT) / 30 °
4 Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN -13 M (043 FT)
5 MAG VAR/annual change 20°W (2007) /04'W decreasing
6 AD Operator, address, telephone, FAX e-mail and INFRAMERICA
AFS and, if available, website address Aeroporto Internacional Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek – Brasília –
DF -Brasil 71608-900
TEL: (61) 3214-6585
FAX: (61) 3214-6580
AFS:AFS NTL: ADAEROBR
AFS INTL: SBBRYDYX
7 Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR) IFR (DAY/NIGHT) /VFR (DAY/NIGHT)
8 Remarks It accepts PLN and its updates by TEL: TEL CMA (61) 3365-1769.
FAX PLN (61) 3365-1855, TEL PLN (61) 3365-1896.
Submission of PVS is not autorized by radiotelephony.
THR 11L: VFR / IFR – Cat I – Day / Night.
THR 29R: VFR / IFR – Cat I – Day / Night.
THR 11R: VFR / IFR – Cat I – Day / Night.
THR 29L: VFR / IFR – Cat I – Day / Night.

SBBR AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL HOURS

1 AD Operator H24
2 Customs and immigration H24
3 Health and sanitation H24
4 AIS Briefing Office H24
5 ARO Reporting Office H24
6 MET Briefing Office H24
7 ATS H24
8 Fuelling H24
9 Handling H24
10 Security H24
11 De-icing Not applicable
12 Remarks Nil

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SBBR AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1 Cargo-handling facilities a) Cargo terminal: area: 10.961,00 m2, being 6.047,00 m2


permanentlybuilding area and 72,00m² for restricted cargo.

b) Services: receipt, storage and cargo delivery and other logistic


cargoactivities and snack bar, ATM, SAC/TECA.

)Communications: tel, fax, internet, radio transmitter and air mail.

d)Operation System: Use of equipments

e) Existing Equipments: hydraulic platform, fixed hack, mobile hack, hack


(gloves), lift-truck GLP 3T, lift-truck GLP 7T, diesel oil lift-truck 15T,
eletriclift-truck 1.500 kg, dollys, cart mover, puller, tractor, scales (small,
mediumand big), semiautomatic wrapper.

f) Other existing areas: Safe 20m², freezers 142m².


2 Fuel/oil types AVGAS 100/130, Kerosene oil for turbine and JET A1 / 100, AD 100;
120, AD 120.
3 Fuelling facilities / capacity BR - QAV: 2.036m³. Fuelling by hydrants and CTA.
BR Aviation – QAV: 100m³ and GAV:40m³, 3 CTA
RAIZEN – QAV: 772m³; GAV: 50m³.Fuelling by hydrants. 3 car-tanks 4
CTA.
AIR BP - QAV:792m³ and GAV: 50m³. 2 CTA 20m³ each. 1 CTA 13m³.

4 De-icing facilities Not applicable


5 Hangar space for visiting aircraft Nil
6 Repair facilities for visiting aircraft Service of repairs in ACFT of small load.
7 Remarks Nil

SBBR AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

1 Hotels In the city.


2 Restaurants At AD with capacity for 500 and at the city.
3 Transportation Bus, taxi and car hire.
4 Medical facilities First aids at AD and hospitals in the city.
5 Bank and Post Office Banks at AD and in the city.Post Office: at AD and in the city.
6 Tourist Office At AD and in the city.
7 Remarks Nil

SBBR AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1 AD Category for fire fighting CAT 9


2 Rescue equipment 3 firefighting trucks (FFT) type 5
1 FFT type 4
1 Support Crew Leader Vehicle
2 Ambulances type B
3 Capability for removal of disabled aircraft Available resources at the aerodrome: (5) Five pushbacks, (11) towage
tractors, (1) one set of pneumatic cushions with 67T of capacity, 65
wooden pallets.

Available resources in the surroundings of the aerodrome: cranes of


75T, 60T, 43T and 27T.
Considering a breakdown of average complexity, the maximum capacity
to remove inoperative aircraft is MK 28 fokker 100 with 25 Mil KG.
4 Remarks Contact information to reach the responsible unit to coordinate the
actions described in the planning to remove Inoperative Aircraft and
reopen Runway - PRAI:
Coordinator of the Rescue and Fire Fighting Service:
Telephone: (61) 3214-6164 / (61) 9851-6706
Traffic coordinator:
Telephone: (61) 3214-6077 / (61) 9984-6442

SBBR AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

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BRASIL 02 MAR 17

4 ATS unit call sign Brasília Control


Language(s) Portuguese - English

5 Transition altitude 7000 FT


6 Remarks Nil

SBBR AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service Call sign Frequency Hours of operation Remarks


designation
1 2 3 4 5
APP BRASÍLIA CONTROL 119.200 MHZ H24 Nil
119.500 MHZ H24 Nil
119.700 MHZ H24 Nil
120.000 MHZ H24 Nil
129.600 MHZ H24 Nil
ATIS BRASÍLIA ATIS 127.800 MHZ H24 D-ATIS
CLRD BRASÍLIA CLEARANCE 121.000 MHZ 0900-0100 Nil
OPS BRASÍLIA OPERATIONS 122.500 MHZ H24 Nil
121.000 MHZ Nil
GNDC BRASÍLIA GROUND 121.800 MHZ H24 Nil
GNDC 121.950 MHZ H24 Nil
TWR BRASÍLIA TOWER 118.100 MHZ H24 D-CL
118.450 MHZ H24 Nil
118.750 MHZ H24 Nil
121.500 MHZ H24 EMERG
VOLMET BRASÍLIA METEOR 132.250 MHZ H24 Nil
132.400 MHZ H24 Nil
132.600 MHZ H24 Nil

SBBR AD 2.19 RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS

Type of aid, ID Frequency Hours of Antenna Elevation of Remarks


MAG VAR and operation coordinates DME antenna
type of OPR
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
GP IND 332.00 MHz H24 1551.77S Nil Nil
29R 04754.05W
GP IBR 335.00 MHz H24 1551.73S Nil NOT AVBL beyond FL070.
11L 04755.43W EQPT in MNT at the ATC units
GP IBS 332.90 MHz H24 1552.76S Nil Nil
29L 04754.72W
ILS/DME IND 109.30 MHz H24 1551.82S Nil Nil
29R CH30X 04755.78W
LOC/DME IDF 109.90 MHz H24 1552.71S Nil Nil
CAT II 11R CH36X 04754.41W
ILS/DME IBR 110.30 MHz H24 1551.68S 1057.05 M 110° MAG/0.81NM
11L CH40X 04753.70W DME COVERAGE: 18NM
ILS/DME IBS 111.50 MHz H24 1552.85S Nil Nil
CAT I 29L CH52X 04756.55W
VOR/DME BSI 116.30 MHz H24 1552.31S 1230.46 M CH 110X
(21°W/2012) CH110X 04801.32W
NDB (LM) IR 280.00 kHz H24 1551.85S Nil Nil
04756.24W

SBBR AD 2.20 LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

1. Airport regulations
Nil.

2.Taxiing to and from stands


Nil

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3. Parking area for small aircraft (General Aviation)


- Preferential PRKG for general aviation small aircraft of up to 5700KG (12566.33 pounds) at apron 02.When full, parking at apron
01 or apron 03 may be allowed.
- General aviation ACFT destined to apron 02 must use TWY at apron 02 (PSN 52 to 61).During the night period, OPR with CTN due
to LGTD apron. However, without marking;

4. Parking area for helicopters


NIl

5. Apron – taxiing during winter conditions


Nil

6. Taxiing - limitations
- ACFT B767, EA-30, DC-10, MD-11, B747, B707 and B727, for entrance to and exit from apron, use TWY JULIET.
- TWY QQ, day and night operations are responsibility of the ACFT OPR.
- ACFT engine run-ups should preferably occur in TWY Tango under Brasilia TWR COOR with INFRAMERICA.
- ACFT with wingspan ABV 20 m, DEST to General Aviation Hangars, access by TWY QUEBEC QUEBEC AUTH, only towed and
completely parked at the interior of the hangar. INFRAMERICA inspector attendance is mandatory.
- BFR entering TWY Quebec from TWY Quebec Quebec it is mandatory to CTC TWR INFO ACFT positioning. TAX of ACFT with
wingspan of up to 20 m is allowed.

7. School and training flights – technical test flights – use of runways


Nil

8. Helicopter traffic – limitation


Non fixed wing ACFT must accomplish previous CTC with SBBR administration and BRASILIA TWR for engine run-up and check.

9. Removal of disabled aircraft from runways


- Under the responsibility of owner or user, coordinated by AD administration.

SBBR AD 2.21 NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

Part I
Noise abatement for jet aeroplanes irrespective of weight and for propeller and turboprop aeroplanes with MTOM of or above
11.000Kg.

1. General provisions
Departure operations from RWY 11L will be authorized only for aircraft that comply with noise limits requirements established on
item 36.103 letter "c" of the Brazilian Civil Aviation Regulation (RBAC 36), equivalent to the chapter 4 of Annex 16, volume I, to the
International Civil Aviation Convention, except when RWY 11R is unavailable for departure operations. The pilot in command of
aircraft that do not comply with the mentioned noise limits shall inform the BRASILIA-CLEARANCE, 15 minutes prior of the EOBT.
The departure operation that do not comply with the noise limits will be subjected to the arrival flow in RWY 11R.

2. Use of the runway system during the day period


2.1 No restrictions.

3. Use of the runway system during the night period


Between 0100/0900 UTC, when the runway system in use is 11R/11L, departure operations will be carried out from RWY 11R,
except when this RWY is unavailable.

4. Restrictions
Nil

5. Reportin
Nil

Part II

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP AD 2 SBBR 1-11
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

Noise abatement procedures for propeller and turboprop aeroplanes with MTOM below 11.000 Kg

1. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

2. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

3. Reporting
Nil

Part III
Noise-abatement procedures for helicopters

1. General provisions
Nil

2. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

3. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

4. Reporting
Nil

SBBR AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

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AD 2 SBBR 1-12 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

General provisions
Aircraft shall contact Brasília APP on 119.20 MHz when entering the TMA and on 119.50 MHz when leaving it, after being cleared by
the TWR. Local flights in the traffic pattern, is prohibited IFR procedures training, touch-and-go landing training or other types of
training that interphere with the aerodrome movement are prohibited 1000-1430 and 2000-0000.
For TKOF OPS:
a) for flight plan auth, ACFT must establish contact with Brasília traffic to inform the place of parking (APRON, gate or hangar) at
EOBT minus 15 (fifteen) minutes;
b) ACFT must request engine start clearance from Brasília traffic (be alert for closed doors and ACFT load bilges) after receiving the
auth;
c) ACFT will be conducted by Brasília-traffic to maintain listening from Brasília ground. The initial calling is not needed;
d) whenever possible, ACFT must inform when establishing first contact with Brasília ground, if they have conditions to TKOF from
one intersection;
e) cabin checks must be finished before the alignment for TKOF; and
f) initial calling to Brasília TWR is not required in order to transfer com to the TWR. The ground, if possible or needed, will furnish
instructions for immediate TKOF, maintaining listening to the FREQ of TWR. ACFT must wait for the TWR calling, being ready for
immediate TKOF.
g) BRASÍLIA TWR shall not inform the ACFT take off schedule instructions concerning the FREQ of the next unit to be contacted
after the take off and, if needed, complementary instructions shall be given together with the take off clearence
h) DEP OPS may be accomplished on RWY 11R, 11L, 29R and 29L.
i) ACFT TKOF AD located in the projection of BRASILIA TMA LATERAL LIMITS must file, BFR TKOF, PVC to any AIS Office
accredited by the FIR where the flight was originated or PVS to BRASILIA AIS OFFICE by TELEPHONE (61) 3365-1896.
j) ACFT coming from AD without AIS UNIT must present BFR TKOF PVC to any AIS UNIT accredited by the FIR of flights origin.
k) AFIL flight plans of ACFT taking off from AD without ATS units will not be accepted by APP-Brasilia. Such ACFT, in case they want
to enter controlled airspace under the jurisdiction of APP (TMA OR CTR BRASILIA), must file flight plan before DEP to any AIS office
at the FIR where the flight was originated or PVS to Brasilia AIS office by TEL (61) 3365-1896.
For The LDG OPS:
a) ACFT must operate at the minimum time possible at the RWY, following the equipament safety rules.
b) the pilots shall not inform to the Brasilia TWR the condition of the landing gear, except for emergency situations, concerning to
down gear and/or locking of landing gear.
c) ARR OPS may be accomplished on RWY 11R, 11L, 29R and 29L.
d) Brasilia APCH may take the initiative to (with the pilot approval) or may attend a pilot’s request to authorize anIFR flight to
accomplish a visual APCH, following the current legislation, by specifying the RWY to be used.
Simultaneous APCH OPS:
a) ACFT will be informed through ATIS or atc unit whenever RWY 11R and 11L or 29R and 29L are being used for simultaneous
approachs.
b) an ACFT may be authorized for visual APP, simultaneous with other visual or instrument APCH for RWY 11R and 11L or 29R and
29L, since the pilot informs that he sees the previous ACFT and reports that he can maintain the visual separation.
c) an ACFT that arrives in VFR flight may be authorized for simultaneous APCH with other ACFT in visual or instrument APCH for
RWY 11R and 11L or 29R and 29L since the conditions included in item b) above are accomplished.
d) an ACFT arriving in VFR flight may be authorized by brasilia TWY to ingress into the traffic pattern and conduct a simultaneous
APCH with other ACFT in VFR flight, visual or instrument APCH to RWY 11R and 11L or 29R and 29L, maintaining the separation
with other approaching ACFT, according to the current legislation.
General
a) contact established with the brasilia TWR must be restricted to the prescribed phraseology, except for the emergency situations.
b) Aiming at traffic optimization, Brasilia TWR may clear an ACFT for tkof position and immediate tkof in the gap BTN an ACFT
taking off from RWY 11L, which has crossed the opposit THR, and an ACFT on APCH crossing BSI VOR vertically, wake turbulence
taken into account.
c) in order to maximize the air traffic, BR-TWY may allow to enter the RWY BTN two ACFT at the approach, one crossing the BSI
VOR vertical and the other crossing the THR in use.
d) Only OPR ACFT that can MNTN speed FNA MNM of 120KT IAS, in the periods BTN 1100-1400 2100-0000.

Procedures for IFR flights within TMA


Nil

Radar procedures within TMA


Radar vectoring and sequencing
Nil

Surveillance radar approach


Nil

Precision radar approach


Nil

Communication failure
Nil.

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AIP AD 2 SBBR 1-13
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

Procedures for VFR flights within TMA


The simplified flight plan through radiotelephony from the GND to the ATS units is prohibited.

Procedures for VFR flights within CTR


Observe VAC for entrance to or exit from traffic pattern.

VFR Routes within CTR


Nil

SBBR AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Bird concentration in the vicinity of the airport


Nil.

Local information
TWY JULIETT, portion comprised BTN TWY LIMA and TWY MIKE, is CNL.
Embarkation and disembarkation of crew members, overnight and maintenance service of in transit aircraft are allowed only at the
concrete apron in front of the MILITARY AIS and Esquadrão de Suprimento e Manutenção, with access in front of TWY F.
The asphalt apron in front of the authority station is exclusively for GTE ACFT use, except for other ACFT especially authorized by
GABAER or COMAR 6.
The embarkation and disembarkation of passengers remains at CAN BR (civil airport) and the loading and unloading of materials
remains at loading terminal of CAN, apron number 2.
SATELITE AIS UNIT (Terminal 2) operates as an INTERNATIONAL AIS Unit, and is also destined to aircraft engaged in the general
aviation, schedule H24.
For engine test OPS:
ACFT must avoid engine test next to the holding points.

SBBR AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

ADC, PDC, IAC, SID, STAR, VAC, AOC

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SBBV AD 2.12 RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Designations RWY TRUE BRG Dimensions Strength (PCN) THR THR


of RWY (M) and surface of Coordinate RWY and elevation and
RWY and SW coordinates TDZE of precision
THR geoid APCH RWY
undulation
1 2 3 4 5 6
08 062.98 2700 x 45 38/F/A/X/T 025026.93N THR 82.6 m (271
ASPH 0604203.05W ft)
/CONC -14.75 m Nil
26 242.98 2700 x 45 38/F/A/X/T 025106.82N THR 83.2 m (273
ASPH 0604045.15W ft)
/CONC -14.84 m Nil

Slope of SWY (M) CWY (M) RWY (M) Strip OFZ Remarks
RWY/SWY Dimensions Dimensions Dimension
7 8 9 10 11 12
Nil 63 x 45 Nil 2943 x 300 Nil Nil
Nil 63 x 45 Nil 2943 x 300 Nil Nil

SBBV AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY TORA (M) TODA (M) ASDA (M) LDA (M) Remarks
DESIGNATOR
1 2 3 4 5 6
08 2700 2700 2763 2700 Nil
26 2700 2700 2760 2700 Nil

SBBV AD 2.14 APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTING

RWY APCH LGT THR VASIS TDZ RWY RWY edge RWY END SWY LGT Remarks
Designator type LGT (MEHT) LGT, Centre line LGT LEN LGT LEN
LEN colour PAPI LEN LGT TDZ colour colour
INTST WBAR Length LGT,
spacing spacing
colour colour
INTST INTST

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
08 MALSR Green APAPI Nil 2700 m Red Nil Nil
900 on the left 60
LIM side/3.05° White/
(61.4FT) Amber
LIM
26 Green PAPI Nil 2700 m Red Nil Nil
3.00° 60
(54.0FT) White/
Amber
LIM

SBBV AD 2.15 OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1 ABN / IBN location, characteristics and hours of ABN: 000° a 210M da TWR, ALTN FLG W G EV, 10 SEC/HN IMC
operation IBN: Nil
2 LDI location and LGT Anemometer location and LDI: Yes LGT See ADC
LGT Aerovane anemometer on the left side, 1050M from THR 08 and 350M
from
RWY 08/26 centerline.
3 TWY edge and centre line lighting Edge: YES
Centerline: Nil
4 Secondary power supply/switch-over time No-Break to the RWY LGT; Secondary power sipply to all AD LGT.
8SEC.
5 Remarks No-break to the ATS Services

SBBV AD 2.16 HELICOPTER LANDING AREA (HELPN)

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02 MAR 17 BRASIL

NO

SBBV AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE

1 Designation and Lateral Limits CTR BOA VISTA


Circular area centered on 0251.12N/06041.21W (VOR/DME BVI) within
a 15NM radius.
2 Vertical Limits GND/ FL035
3 Airspace Classification D
4 ATS unit call sign BOA VISTA Control
Language(s) Portuguese - English

5 Transition altitude 4000 FT


6 Remarks ATIS: INFO only via D-ATIS

SBBV AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service Call sign Frequency Hours of operation Remarks


designation
1 2 3 4 5
APP BOA VISTA CONTROL 120.100 MHZ H24 Nil
121.500 MHZ H24 Nil
OPS BOA VISTA 122.500 MHZ H24 Nil
OPERATIONS
GNDC BOA VISTA GROUND 121.700 MHZ H24 Nil
TWR BOA VISTA TOWER 118.100 MHZ H24 DCL
121.500 MHZ H24 Nil

SBBV AD 2.19 RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS

Type of aid, ID Frequency Hours of Antenna Elevation of Remarks


MAG VAR and operation coordinates DME antenna
type of OPR
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
LOC/DME IBV 109.30 MHz H24 0251.19N 83.52 M CH 30X
08 06040.61W
VOR/DME BVI 113.10 MHz H24 0251.13N 71.33 M CH 78X
(15°W/2012) 08/26 CH78X 06041.21W

SBBV AD 2.20 LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

1. Airport regulations
Nil

2.Taxiing to and from stands


Use of push-back for ACFT beyond 78.470 Kg to leave PRKG is compulsory (equivalent to ACFT B-738).

3. Parking area for small aircraft (General Aviation)


Yes 109 PSN to Cesna type.

4. Parking area for helicopters


Yes – two PSN at apron -1, not certified

5. Apron – taxiing during winter conditions


Nil

6. Taxiing - limitations
Nil

7. School and training flights – technical test flights – use of runways


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AIP AD 2 SBBV 1-9
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

ADC, PDC, IAC, SID, VAC, AOC

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AD 2. AERODROMES

SBCB AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

SBCB - CABO FRIO / Cabo Frio, RJ

SBCB AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1 ARP coordinates and site at AD 225515S / 0420417W


2 Direction and distance from (city) 72° / 8KM
3 Elevation/Reference Temperature 7M (23FT) / 35 °C
4 Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN -06 M (020 FT)
5 MAG VAR/annual change 22°W (2007) /04'W decreasing
6 AD Operator, address, telephone, FAX e-mail and
AFS and, if available, website address
7 Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR) IFR (DAY/NIGHT) /VFR (DAY/NIGHT)
8 Remarks AD authorized for INTL AIR TFC. The requests for INTL FLT must be
submitted to ANAC.
RWY 10/28 - VFR Day / Night and Non-precision IFR Day / Night .
RWY 28/10 - VFR Day / Night and Non-precision IFR Day / Night.

SBCB AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL HOURS

1 AD Operator 1100/2000. Other H/R O/R TEL/FAX (22) 2648-4487


2 Customs and immigration Nil
3 Health and sanitation Nil
4 AIS Briefing Office 0900/2100. Other HR O/R by TEL: +55 (22) 2647-9555 ou +55 (22)
2647-9512.
5 ARO Reporting Office 1100/2000. Other HR O/R TEL/FAX (22) 2648-4487
6 MET Briefing Office 0900/2100. Other HR O/R by TEL: +55 (22) 2647-9555 ou +55 (22)
2647-9512.
7 ATS 0900/2100. Other HR O/R by TEL: +55 (22) 2647-9555 ou +55 (22)
2647-9512.
8 Fuelling 1000/2100. Others HR O/R AIR-BP TEL (22) 7813-5622, 97402-3462,
99268-3111, 2646-7463
9 Handling 1000/2100. Demais HR O/R AIR-BP TEL: (22) 7813-5622, 97402-3462,
99268-3111, 2646-7463, ID 55*126*11935.
10 Security Nil
11 De-icing Not applicable
12 Remarks Nil

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AD 2 SBCB 1-2 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

SBCB AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1 Cargo-handling facilities Nil


2 Fuel/oil types KEROSENE / AVGAS
3 Fuelling facilities / capacity Jet A1 - 280.000L
Gav100 - 6.000L
4 De-icing facilities Not applicable
5 Hangar space for visiting aircraft Nil
6 Repair facilities for visiting aircraft No. In case it is necessary, the ACFT will be repaired in the air stay
apron.
7 Remarks Nil

SBCB AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

1 Hotels NIL
2 Restaurants NIL
3 Transportation NIL
4 Medical facilities NIL
5 Bank and Post Office NIL
6 Tourist Office NIL
7 Remarks Nil

SBCB AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1 AD Category for fire fighting CAT 9


2 Rescue equipment Nil
3 Capability for removal of disabled aircraft Nil
4 Remarks Nil

SBCB AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

1 Types of clearing equipment Nil


2 Clearance priorities Nil
3 Remarks No applicableSBVT AD 2.8 aprons, taxiways and check locations DATA

SBCB AD 2.8 APRONS, TAXIWAYS AND CHECK LOCATIONS/POSITIONS DATA

1 Apron surface and strength Apron 1 :


Type of surface: ASPH
Strength: PCN 76/F/C/X/T

2 Taxiway width, surface and strength A


Width: 23 M
Type of surface: ASPH
Strength: PCN 76/F/C/X/T.

B
Width: 23 M
Type of surface: ASPH
Strength: PCN 76/F/C/X/T.

3 ACL Location and elevation Nil


4 VOR Checkpoints Nil
5 INS Checkpoints Nil
6 Remarks Nil

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AIP AD 2 SBCB 1-3
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

SBCB AD 2.9 SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM AND MARKINGS

1 Use of aircraft stand ID signs, TWY Horizontal marking of taxiway centerline in TXY A and B.
guide lines and visual docking/parking Horizontal marking of ACFT parking stand in the ACFT apron.
guidance system of aircraft stands
2 RWY and TWY markings and LGT RWY 10/28:
Horizontal marking for: designation, centerline, threshold, aiming point,
touchdown zone, and landing and take-off edge runway.
TWY:
Horizontal marking for: centerline, edge and holding pattern in all TWY.
Egde lights in all TWY.
3 Stop bars Nil
4 Remarks Nil

SBCB AD 2.10 AERODROME OBSTACLES

Area 2

OBST ID/ OBST Type OBST PSN ELEV/HGT LGT marking and Remarks
Designation type and color
a b c d e f
Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil

Area 3

OBST ID/ OBST Type OBST PSN ELEV/HGT LGT marking and Remarks
Designation type and color
a b c d e f
Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil

SBCB AD 2.11 METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED

1 Associated MET Office CMA-3 Cabo Frio


2 Hours of service
MET Office outside hours 0900/2100. Other HR O/R by TEL: +55 (22) 2647-9555 ou +55 (22) 2647-
9512.
Nil
3 Office responsible for TAF preparation CMA-1 Galeão
Periods of validity H24
4 Trend forecast Nil
Interval of issuance Nil
5 Briefing / consultation provided Personal consultation and by telephone.
6 Flight documentation Chart, abbreviated plain language text and satellite pictures.
Language(s) used Portuguese
7 Charts and other information available for P85, P70, P50, P40, P30, P25, SWM and SWL
briefing or consultation
8 Supplementary equipment available for FAX, REDEMET and Meteorological Radar.
providing information
9 ATS units provided with information Cabo Frio Radio and Curitiba ACC
10 Additional information (limitation of service) Nil

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AD 2 SBCB 1-4 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

SBCB AD 2.12 RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Designations RWY TRUE BRG Dimensions Strength (PCN) THR THR


of RWY (M) and surface of Coordinate RWY and elevation and
RWY and SWY coordinates TDZE of precision
THR geoid APCH RWY
undulation
1 2 3 4 5 6
10 077.30 2550 x 45 76/F/C/X/T 225526.00S THR 2.7 m (9 ft)
ASPH 0420501.20W Nil
/Nil -5.90 m
28 257.29 2550 x 45 76/F/C/X/T 225508.00S THR 6.6 m (21 ft)
ASPH 0420335.00W Nil
/Nil -5.90 m

Slope of SWY (M) CWY (M) RWY (M) Strip OFZ Remarks
RWY/SWY Dimensions Dimensions Dimension
7 8 9 10 11 12
Nil Nil Nil 2670 x 300 Nil Nil
Nil Nil Nil 2670 x 300 Nil Nil

SBCB AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY TORA (M) TODA (M) ASDA (M) LDA (M) Remarks
Designator
1 2 3 4 5 6
10 2550 2550 2550 2550 Nil
28 2550 2550 2550 2550 Nil

SBCB AD 2.14 APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTING

RWY APCH LGT THR VASIS TDZ RWY RWY edge RWY END SWY LGT Remarks
Designator type LGT (MEHT) LGT, Centre line LGT LEN LGT LEN
LEN colour PAPI LEN LGT TDZ colour colour
INTST WBAR Length LGT,
spacing spacing
colour colour
INTST INTST

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
10 Green PAPI Nil 1970 m Red Nil Nil
3.00DEG 60
(61.0FT) White
LIM
28 Green PAPI Nil 580 m Red Nil Nil
3.00° 60
(62.0FT) Amber
LIM

SBCB AD 2.15 OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1 ABN / IBN location, characteristics and hours of ABN: 2255.31S4204.41W


operation ALTN FLG W G EV 3 SEC; HN IMC
IBN: Nil
2 LDI location and LGT Anemometer location and LDI: Nil
LGT Lighted WDI 22° 55' 26" S / 042° 04' 39" W

- Anemometer to the right side 532,16 m from THR 10 and 185 m from
RWY 10/28 centerline (22° 55' 24" S / 042° 04' 42" W)
3 TWY edge and centre line lighting Edge: lights in all TWY.
Centerline: Nil
4 Secondary power supply/switch-over time 13SEC
5 Remarks Nil

SBCB AD 2.16 HELICOPTER LANDING AREA (HELPN)

Nil

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP AD 2 SBCB 1-5
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

SBCB AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE

1 Designation and Lateral Limits CTR ALDEIA 1


From 2222.03S/04207.63W; 2239.03S/04224.01W; 2300.03S/
04230.03W; 2330.03S/04230.03W; 2330.03S/04200.01W; 2247.53S/
04132.52W; 2237.63S/04157.72W then along the clockwise arc of a circle
of 20NM radius centred on 2220.73S/04146.12W to point of origin.
2 Vertical Limits 2000 FT / 6500 FT
3 Airspace Classification C
4 ATS unit call sign CABO FRIO RADIO
Language(s) Portuguese - English
5 Transition altitude 5000 FT
6 Remarks MIL ADNil

SBCB AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service Call sign Frequency Hours of operation Remarks


designation
1 2 3 4 5
AFIS CABO FRIO RADIO 132.150 MHZ 0900/2100 Other HR O/R TEL +55 (22) 2647-
9555 or 2647-9512

SBCB AD 2.19 RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS

Type of aid, ID Frequency Hours of Antenna Elevation of Remarks


MAG VAR and operation coordinates DME antenna
type of OPR
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
NDB BFR 200.00 kHz 0900/2100 2255.40S Nil OPR COSTA DO SOL
04204.29W OPERADORA
AEROPORTUARIA S/A

SBCB AD 2.20 LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

1. Airport regulations
Nil

2.Taxiing to and from stands


Nil

3. Parking area for small aircraft (General Aviation)


Nil

4. Parking area for helicopters


Nil

5. Apron – taxiing during winter conditions


Nil

6. Taxiing - limitations
Nil.

7. School and training flights – technical test flights – use of runways


Nil.

8. Helicopter traffic – limitation


Nil

9. Removal of disabled aircraft from runways

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AD 2 SBCB 1-6 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

Nil

SBCB AD 2.21 NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

Part I
Noise abatement for jet aeroplanes irrespective of weight and for propeller and turboprop aeroplanes with MTOM of or above
11.000Kg.

1. General provisions
Nil

2. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

3. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

4. Restrictions
Nil

5. Reporting
Nil

Part II
Noise abatement procedures for propeller and turboprop aeroplanes with MTOM below 11.000 Kg

1. General provisions
Nil

2. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

3. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

4. Reporting
Nil

Part III
Noise-abatement procedures for helicopters

1. General provisions
Nil

2. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

3. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

4. Reporting
Nil

SBCB AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP AD 2 SBCB 1-7
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

General provisions
Nil

Procedures for IFR flights within TMA


Nil

Radar procedures within TMA


Nil

Procedures for VFR flights within TMA


Nil

VFR Routes within TMA


Nil
VFR Routes within CTR
Nil

SBCB AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Grooving surface all along the runway (10/28)

SBCB AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

ADC, IAC, SID

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BRASIL 02 MAR 17

4. Restrictions
Nil

5. Reporting
Nil

Part II
Noise abatement procedures for propeller and turboprop aeroplanes with MTOM below 11.000 Kg

1. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

2. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

3. Reporting
Nil

Part III
Noise-abatement procedures for helicopters

1. General provisions
Nil

2. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

3. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

4. Reporting
Nil

SBCF AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

General provisions
IFR training flights, TGL, ANAC check and other FLT that may interfere with arrival and departure procedures at the AD are
prohibited MON TIL FRI 0000/0059 0900/1500 1800/2359 SAT 0000/0300 0900/1500 SUN 0000/0059 2100/2359 . During other
hours, such OPS are allowed only with prior AUTH from the respective ATS unit.

Procedures for IFR flights within TMA


Nil

Radar procedures within TMA


Radar vectoring and sequencing
Nil

Surveillance radar approaches


Nil

Precision radar approaches


Nil

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


AD 2 SBCF 1-10 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

Communication failure
Nil

Procedures for VFR flights within TMA


- AFIL flight plans shall not be accepted by BH APP when ACFT are taking off from aerodromes without AIS office located in the BH-
CTR and/or BH TMA and their lateral projections. In the event they PLAN to penetrate the controlled AIRSPACE of BH APP
jurisdiction (BH-TMA or BHCTR) shall submit the FLIGHT PLAN prior to TAKE-OFF to the SBCF or SBBH AIS office.
- TANCREDO NEVES - SBCF - (31) 3689-2532
- CARLOS DRUMOND DE ANDRADE - SBBH - (31) 3490-2134.

Procedures for VFR flights within CTR


Nil

VFR Routes within CTR


- Observe VAC for entrance to or exit from traffic pattern.

SBCF AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Bird concentration in the vicinity of the airport


- Concentration of birds near RWY 16/34 and extension of THR 34.

Local information
- OBS APCH to RWY 34, do not confuse with Lagoa Santa AD at the right of the pattern
- Operation of non-radio aircraft is prohibited.

SBCF AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

ADC, PDC, IAC, SID, STAR, VAC, AOC

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP AD 2 SBCG 1-1
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

AD 2. AERODROMES

SBCG AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

SBCG - CAMPO GRANDE / Campo Grande - INTL, MS

SBCG AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1 ARP coordinates and site at AD 202810S / 0544013W


950M, Brg 208°, from THR RWY 24
2 Direction and distance from (city) 039° / 3,7KMde Campo Grande
3 Elevation/Reference Temperature 559M (1834FT) / 36 °C
4 Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN 002 M (007 FT)
5 MAG VAR/annual change 17°W (2012) /09'W decreasing
6 AD Operator, address, telephone, FAX e-mail and INFRAERO
AFS and, if available, website address Aeroporto Internacional de Campo Grande, Av. Duque de Caxias, s/nº
CEP 79.101.901 - Campo Grande –MS.
TEL: (67) 3368-6000
FAX: (67) 3368-6116
E-MAIL: Nil
AFS:AFS NTL: ADAEROCG
AFS INTL: SBCGYDYX
7 Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR) IFR (DAY/NIGHT) /VFR (DAY/NIGHT)
8 Remarks - PLN and its updates can be filed by TEL/FAX PLN (67) 3368-6041.
- Transmission of flight notification to TWR by radio telephony is
prohibited for ACFT DEP SBCG.
- AFIL flight plan or notification shall not be received by Campo Grande
APP when ACFT is taking off from AD located in Campo Grande TMA.
They must be submitted to the Campo Grande AIS office by FAX/TEL
(67) 3368-6041.
Overflight and transit AUTH issuing for foreign civil ACFT on private
noncommercial flights HR SER CUST MON TIL FRI 1000/2200.
HR SER SAT 1300/1700.
SER Brazillian Health Regulatory Agency-ANVISA HR MON TIL MON
1100/2300.

SBCG AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL HOURS

1 AD Operator H24
2 Customs and immigration MON TIL FRI 1000/2200 SAT 1300/1700
3 Health and sanitation MON TIL MON 1100/2300
4 AIS Briefing Office H24
5 ARO Reporting Office H24
6 MET Briefing Office H24
7 ATS H24
8 Fuelling H24
9 Handling H24
10 Security H24
11 De-icing Not applicable
12 Remarks AIS MIL HR SER 1000/0200. Others HR O/R by TEL: (67) 3368-3187,
(67) 3368-3188 and (67) 3314-7521 one hour in advance.

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AD 2 SBCG 1-2 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

SBCG AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1 Cargo-handling facilities Up to 10 tonnes handling possible.


2 Fuel/oil types BR Distribuidora
AVGAS 100/130 and Jet A1 / AB50 and AB60
SHELL Distribuidora
AVGAS 100/130 and Jet A1 / W100, A100, W100 PLUS, ASF41.
AG5 and 15W50.
3 Fuelling facilities / capacity BR Distribuidora
AVGAS: 2 trucks: 1 truck 5.000L, 75L/MIN and 1 truck 2.000L, 75L/MIN;
Jet A1: 5 trucks: 1 truck 18.000L, 800L/MIN, 2 trucks 12.000L, 780L/MIN,
1 truck 10.000L, 760L/MIN and 1 truck 9.000L, 470L/MIN;
Capacity: AVGAS: 104.000L and JET A1: 457.000L
SHELL Distribuidora
AVGAS: 1 truck 3.500L, 115L/MIN;
Jet A1: 1 truck 12.400L, 640L/MIN;
Capacity: AVGAS: 20.000L and JET A1: 144.000L.
4 De-icing facilities Not applicable
5 Hangar space for visiting aircraft Nil
6 Repair facilities for visiting aircraft Nil
7 Remarks Handling services available through GOL LOG and TAM up to 2 T

SBCG AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

1 Hotels In the city


2 Restaurants At AD and in the city.
3 Transportation Buses, taxis and car hire from the AD.
4 Medical facilities Hospitals in the city, ambulance available at AD.
5 Bank and Post Office ATM at AD (Only banking self-service terminals).
6 Tourist Office At AD and in the city.
7 Remarks Nil

SBCG AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1 AD Category for fire fighting CAT 7


2 Rescue equipment 2 fire fighting trucks, 1 resevoir fire engine (17.000L), chain sewer,
portable motor generator, disc-blade cutter, rescuing facility (full basic
support) and holsters.
3 Capability for removal of disabled aircraft There is no capability at AD.
In the city, 13 KM from AD, crane up to 90 T and MUK up to 12 T, both
with 360º gyral motion; jib crane up to 40 M; trucks and trailers to
transport.

4 Remarks Nil

SBCG AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

1 Types of clearing equipment Nil


2 Clearance priorities Nil
3 Remarks Nil

SBCG AD 2.8 APRONS, TAXIWAYS AND CHECK LOCATIONS/POSITIONS DATA

1 Apron surface and strength Apron A1 :


Type of surface: CONC/ASPH
Strength: PCN 48/F/B/X/T
Apron A2 :
Type of surface: CONC/ASPH
Strength: PCN 43/F/B/X/T

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP AD 2 SBCG 1-9
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

- TAX MIL ACFT E-130 (Hercules) in the CIV apron only with AD authorization and coordination.
- ENG PWR Check TAKEOFF ACFT CAT A in the shared road which gives access to the hangars in the PSN.
- Check ENG PWR TAKEOF ACFT CAT B, C and above TAX Charlie, PSN U6, U7.
- Settings to the access road of CIV hangars.
WID: 17 meters
LEN: 290 meters
Edge lights: Available
Shoulders: N/A
Type of Surface: ASPH
Strength: PCN 43/F/B/X/U
RMK: Service road nearby with moderate vehicle movement
- RWY 06: Touchdown points ICG ILS and VASIS not coincident and separated (35 m).
- RWY 06: Touchdown points ICG ILS and PAPI, not coincident and separated (40 m).
- OBS ACFT in training flight next to the AD.
- Declared Distances RWY 06
TORA (Take-off Run Available) LEN 2510M
TODA (Take-off Distance Available) LEN 2600M
ASDA (Accelerate-Stop Distance Available) LEN 2510M
LDA (Landing Distance Available) LEN 2510M
Declared Distances RWY 24
TORA (Take-off Run Available) LEN 2510M
TODA (Take-off Distance Available) LEN 2600M
ASDA (Accelerate-Stop Distance Available) LEN 2510M
LDA (Landing Distance Available) LEN 2510M

SBCG AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME


ADC, IAC, SID, STAR, VAC, AOC

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BRASIL 02 MAR 17

General provisions
Nil

Procedures for IFR flights within TMA


-See AIP BRASIL ENR 2.1.1 (TMA MACAÉ).

Radar procedures within TMA


Radar vectoring and sequencing
-See AIP BRASIL ENR 2.1.1 (TMA MACAÉ)
Surveillance radar approaches
Nil
Precision radar approach
Nil
Communication failure
Nil
Procedures for VFR flights within TMA
-See AIP BRASIL ENR 2.1.1 (TMA MACAÉ)
-See AIC N05/08 – Special Routes for Aircraft in Visual Flight within the Terminal Area of Rio and Região dos Lagos
Procedures for VFR flights within CTR
Nil

VFR Routes within CTR


Nil

SBCP AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Bird concentration in the vicinity of the airport


- Be alert for bird strike hazard (vultures) in the vicinity of the AD.

Local Information
Nil

SBCP AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

ADC, IAC, SID, VAC

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BRASIL 02 MAR 17

AD 2. AERODROMES

SBCR AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

SBCR - CORUMBÁ / Corumbá - INTL, MS

SBCR AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1 ARP coordinates and site at AD 190043S / 0574017W


900M BRG 254° GEO from THR27
2 Direction and distance from (city) 82° / 1,7 KM from Corumbá
3 Elevation/Reference Temperature 141M (463FT) / 33 °C
4 Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN 014 M (046 FT)
5 MAG VAR/annual change 15°W (2012) /09'W decreasing
6 AD Operator, address, telephone, FAX e-mail and INFRAERO
AFS and, if available, website address Aeroporto Internacional de Corumbá–Aeroporto
Rua Santos Dumont, S/N
79332-150 Corumbá – MS
TEL: (67) 3231-6455, (67) 3232-3023
FAX: (67) 3231-5352
E-MAIL: adaerocr@infraero.gov.br
AFS:AFSNacional: ADAEROCR
INTL: SBCRYDYX
7 Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR) IFR (DAY/NIGHT) /VFR (DAY/NIGHT)
8 Remarks Non-precision IFR Day/Night

SBCR AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL HOURS

1 AD Operator HJ
2 Customs and immigration CUST HR SER MON TIL FRI 1030/1430 1630/2030 to foreign ACFT.
3 Health and sanitation HJ
4 AIS Briefing Office DLY 1000-0000
5 ARO Reporting Office 1000-0000
6 MET Briefing Office 1000-0000
7 ATS DLY 1000-0000
8 Fuelling HJ
9 Handling HJ
10 Security Nil
11 De-icing Not applicable
12 Remarks Nil

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AD 2 SBCR 1-2 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

SBCR AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1 Cargo-handling facilities Yes


2 Fuel/oil types AVGAS 100/130, kerosene for turbine engine / 100, AD 100
3 Fuelling facilities / capacity JET A1: 100M³ /AVGAS-100II: 15M³
Working hours: 0600-1800. Outside working hours ON REQUEST

4 De-icing facilities Not applicable


5 Hangar space for visiting aircraft Nil
6 Repair facilities for visiting aircraft Nil
7 Remarks Nil

SBCR AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

1 Hotels Hotels and motels in the city.


2 Restaurants In the city.
3 Transportation Bus.
4 Medical facilities Hospitals in the city.
5 Bank and Post Office Nil/Nil
6 Tourist Office Nil
7 Remarks Nil

SBCR AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1 AD Category for fire fighting CAT 5


2 Rescue equipment Nil
3 Capability for removal of disabled aircraft Responsibility of the owner or the operator, under the Administration
coordination.
4 Remarks 1000-2200

SBCR AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

1 Types of clearing equipment Nil


2 Clearance priorities Nil
3 Remarks Not applicable

SBCR AD 2.8 APRONS, TAXIWAYS AND CHECK LOCATIONS/POSITIONS DATA

1 Apron surface and strength Type of surface: ASPH


Strength: PCN 42/F/C/X/T

2 Taxiway width, surface and strength TWY A


Width: 21.5 M
Type of surface: ASPH
Strength: PCN 47/F/C/X/T.

3 ACL Location and elevation Nil


4 VOR Checkpoints VOR: No
5 INS Checkpoints Nil
6 Remarks Nil

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP AD 2 SBCR 1-3
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

SBCR AD 2.9 SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM AND MARKINGS

1 Use of aircraft stand ID signs, TWY Horizontal marking for: apron TWY centerline and access to aircraft
guide lines and visual docking/parking parking.
guidance system of aircraft stands Horizontal marking of aircraft parking stands at apron 1.
2 RWY and TWY markings and LGT RWY09/27:
Horizontal marking for: designation, centerline, threshold, aiming point,
touchdown zone (contact), and landing and take-off runway edge.

TWY:
Horizontal marking for: edge and centerline in TWY A.
Horizontal marking for landing and take-off runway holding positions in
TWY A;
Edge lights in TWY A.
3 Stop bars Nil
4 Remarks Nil

SBCR AD 2.10 AERODROME OBSTACLES

Area 2
OBST ID/ OBST OBST ELEV/HGT LGT Remarks
Designation Type Coordinates type and color
a b c d e f
Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil

Area 3

OBST ID/ OBST OBST ELEV/HGT LGT Remarks


Designation Type Coordinates type and color

a b c d e f
Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil

SBCR AD 2.11 METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED

1 Associated MET Office Corumbá CMA -2


2 Hours of service
MET Office outside hours 1000-0000
Nil
3 Office responsible for TAF preparation Porto Alegre CMA-1
Periods of validity 24H
4 Trend forecast Nil
Interval of issuance Nil
5 Briefing / consultation provided Personal consultation or by phone (67) 3231-5842
6 Flight documentation Charts, abbreviated plain language text and satellite images
Language(s) used Portuguese
7 Charts and other information available for P85, P70, P50, P40, P30, P25, P20, SWH, SWM e SWL
briefing or consultatio
8 Supplementary equipment available for FAX REDEMET and MET Radar
providing information
9 ATS units provided with information AFIS SBCR; APP SBCR; ACC SBCW
10 Additional information (limitation of service) Nil

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


AD 2 SBCR 1-4 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

SBCR AD 2.12 RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Designations RWY TRUE BRG Dimensions Strength (PCN) THR THR


of RWY (M) and surface of Coordinate RWY and elevation and
RWY and SW coordinates TDZE of precision
THR geoid APCH RWY
undulation
1 2 3 4 5 6
09 073.72 1500 x 45 71/F/C/X/T 190047.49S THR 133.1 m
ASPH 0574039.25W (437 ft)
/Nil 14.85 m Nil
27 253.72 1500 x 45 71/F/C/X/T 190034.31S THR 141.2 m
ASPH 0573949.85W (463 ft)
/Nil 14.79 m Nil

Slope of SWY (M) CWY (M) RWY (M) Strip OFZ Remarks
RWY/SWY Dimensions Dimensions Dimension
7 8 9 10 11 12
Nil Nil Nil 1620 x 150 Nil RWY 09 FST
160M CLSD
Nil Nil Nil 1620 x 150 Nil Nil

SBCR AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY TORA (M) TODA (M) ASDA (M) LDA (M) Remarks
Designator
1 2 3 4 5 6
09 1500 1500 1500 1500 Nil
27 1500 1500 1500 1500 Nil

SBCR AD 2.14 APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTING

RWY APCH LGT THR VASIS TDZ RWY RWY edge RWY END SWY LGT Remarks
Designator type LGT (MEHT) LGT, Centre line LGT LEN LGT LEN
LEN colour PAPI LEN LGT TDZ colour colour
INTST WBAR Length LGT,
spacing spacing
colour colour
INTST INTST

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
09 Green Nil Nil 1560 m Red Nil Nil
60
white/amber
LIM
27 Green PAPI Nil 1560 m Red Nil Nil
Left/2.97° 60
(50 FT) white/amber
LIM

SBCR AD 2.15 OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1 ABN / IBN location, characteristics and hours of ABN: 190043S/0574401W; ALTN FLG W G EV 2 SEC Working hours:
operation IMC
IBN: Nil
2 LDI location and LGT Anemometer location and LDI: WDI (iluminado): 19º00'42.51"S/057º40'05.20"W
LGT Aerovane anemometer on the right side 1620M from THR 09 and 235M
from RWY 09/27 centerline.
3 TWY edge and centre line lighting Edge: TWY A
Centerline: Nil
4 Secondary power supply/switch-over time 7 seconds
5 Remarks Nil

SBCR AD 2.16 HELICOPTER LANDING AREA (HELPN)

NO

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP AD 2 SBCR 1-7
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

SBCR AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

General provisions
- Holding procedures on the same flight level in holding patterns expected for “CUB” and “PSZ” NDB and execution of simultaneous
approach procedures for Corumbá and Puerto Suarez AD are not permitted.
- Instrument approaches to Corumba aerodrome shall be executed by using Puerto Suarez radio aid (Bolivia) or vice versa, with
previous coordination between Corumba APP/ Puerto Suarez APP, when the destination AD radio aid is inoperative.
- OBS VAC for entrance to or exit from the traffic pattern.

Procedures for IFR flights within TMA


- Aircraft under IFR flight plan destined to Corumbá shall establish communication with Puerto Suarez APP (118.50MHz) or vice
versa, in order to get information on converging traffic.

Radar procedures within TMA


Radar Vectoring and Sequencing
No
Surveillance Radar Approach
No
Precision Radar Approach
No
Communication Failure
No
Procedures for VFR flights within TMA
Not Applicable

Procedures for VFR flights within CTR


OBS VAC for entrance to or exit from the traffic pattern

VFR Routes within CTR


Nil

SBCR AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Bird concentration in the vicinity of the airport


- Be alert for bird strike hazard on RWY, day and night periods.

Local Information
- OBS OBST (houses) ELEV 151M(495FT) ALT, DIST 100M to the right of RCL, on final APCH to THR 27.
- ENG start ACFT DEP only AUTH 05 MIN prior to EOBT

SBCR AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

ADC, PDC, IAC, SID, VAC, AOC

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AIP AD 2 SBCT 1-7
BRASIL 02 MAR 17
RWY APCH LGT THR VASIS TDZ RWY RWY edge RWY END SWY LGT Remarks
Designator type LGT (MEHT) LGT, Centre line LGT LEN LGT LEN
LEN colour PAPI LEN LGT TDZ colour colour
INTST WBAR Length LGT,
spacing spacing
colour colour
INTST INTST

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
33 Green VASIS Nil 2200 m 2218 m Red Nil Nil
15 m 60
(40.0FT) White/Red White/
Amber
LIM
LIH

SBCT AD 2.15 OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1 ABN / IBN location, characteristics and hours of ABN: 253154S/0491034W, ALTN FLG W G EV 10 SEC / HN IMC
operation IBN: Nil
2 LDI location and LGT Anemometer location and LDI: Nil
LGT Wdi: Location refer to ADC. Lighted
1º Cup anemometer on the left side, 370 M from THR 15 and 120 M from
RWY 15/33 centerline, unlighted.

2º Cup anemometer on the left side, 1304 M from THR 33 and 121 M
from RWY 15/33 centerline, unlighted.

3º Cup anemometer on the right side, 274 M from THR 33 and 116 M
from RWY 15/33 centerline, unlighted.
3 TWY edge and centre line lighting Edge: In all
Centerline: Nil
4 Secondary power supply/switch-over time Secundary power supply to LGT RWY 11/29 and RWY 15/33: 15 SEC

No-break for all LGT on CAT II operation on RWY 15/33: 01SEC


5 Remarks Nil

SBCT AD 2.16 HELICOPTER LANDING AREA (HELPN)

NO

SBCT AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE

1 Designation and Lateral Limits CTR CURITIBA


From 2515.31S/04908.37W; 2518.79S/04901.95W then along the
clockwise arc of a circle of 15NM radius centred on 2531.83S/04910.23W
2528.43S/04926.38W; 2521.83S/04924.82W then along the clockwise arc
of a circle of 10NM radius centred on 2523.92S/04914.02W to point of
origin.
2 Vertical Limits GND / 5500 FT
3 Airspace Classification C
4 ATS unit call sign Curitiba Control
Language(s) Portuguese - English

5 Transition altitude 6000 FT


6 Remarks Nil

SBCT AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service Call sign Frequency Hours of operation Remarks


designation
1 2 3 4 5
APP CURITIBA CONTROL 119.950 MHZ H24 Nil
120.650 MHZ H24 Nil
120.950 MHZ H24 Nil
121.500 MHZ H24 EMERG
129.550 MHZ H24 Nil

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


AD 2 SBCT 1-8 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

Service Call sign Frequency Hours of operation Remarks


designation
1 2 3 4 5
133.150 MHZ H24 EMERG
ATIS CURITIBA 127.800 MHZ H24 D-ATIS
GNDC CURITIBA GROUND 121.900 MHZ H24 Nil
TWR CURITIBA TOWER 118.150 MHZ H24 DCL
121.500 MHZ H24 EMERG

SBCT AD 2.19 RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS

Type of aid, ID Frequency Hours of Antenna Elevation of Remarks


MAG VAR and operation coordinates DME antenna
type of OPR
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
GP ICT 332.00 MHz H24 2531.39S Nil Nil
15 04910.81W
GP ITA 335.00 MHz H24 2531.98S Nil Nil
33 04910.11W
LOC ICT 109.30 MHz H24 2532.22S 910.74 M ILS CAT II
(18°W/2007) 15 04909.97W
CAT II
ILS/DME ITA 110.30 MHz H24 2531.20S 908.83 M Nil
CAT I 33 CH40X 04911.11W
IM ICT 75.00 MHz H24 2531.21S Nil Nil
15 04911.10W
MM ICT 75.00 MHz H24 2530.88S Nil Nil
15 04911.49W
OM ICT 75.00 MHz H24 2527.76S Nil Nil
15 04914.89W
NDB (LO) IC 370.00 kHz H24 2527.76S Nil Nil
15 04914.90W
VOR/DME CTB 116.50 MHz H24 2531.92S 910.13 M CH 112X
(18°W/2007) CH112X 04910.06W

SBCT AD 2.20 LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

1. Airport regulations
- PRKG AVBL for General aviation PPR ACFT only with prior AUTH by local airport administration at least 2 HR BFR LDG by
TEL: 55 (41) 3381-1478 or 55 (41) 3381-1190.
The AD may be regularly used by any ACFT which is compatible with RCD 4E or lower;
- Restriction to ACFT classes and types:
a. ACFT WO RDO EQPT;
b. GLD;
c. ACFT WO transponder or with failure in this EQPT;
d. FLT of powered ultralights.
- Restriction to air services:
a. Object launching or pulverizing;
b. ACFT pushback operation;
c. Parachute launching;
d. acrobatic FLT

2.Taxiing to and from stands


Nil

3. Parking area for small aircraft (General Aviation)


Nil

4. Parking area for helicopters


Nil

5. Apron – taxiing during winter conditions


Nil

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP AD 2 SBCT 1-9
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

6. Taxiing - limitations
Nil

7. School and training flights – technical test flights – use of runways


Nil

8. Helicopter traffic – limitation


Nil

9. Removal of disabled aircraft from runways


Under the responsibility of owner or user, coordinated by AD administration.

SBCT AD 2.21 NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

Part I
Noise abatement for jet aeroplanes irrespective of weight and for propeller and turboprop aeroplanes with MTOM of or above
11.000Kg.

1. General provisions
Nil

2. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

3. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

4. Restrictions
Nil

5. Reporting
Nil

Part II
Noise abatement procedures for propeller and turboprop aeroplanes with MTOM below 11.000 Kg

1. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

2. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

3. Reporting
Nil

Part III
Noise-abatement procedures for helicopters

1. General provisions
Nil

2. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

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AD 2 SBCT 1-10 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

3. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

4. Reporting
Nil

SBCT AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

General provisions
Nil

Procedures for IFR flights within TMA


Not applicable

Radar procedures within TMA


Radar vectoring and sequencing
No

Surveillance radar approaches


No

Precision radar approach


No

Communication failure
No

Procedures for VFR flights within TMA


Nil

Procedures for VFR flights within CTR


Transmission of simplified PLN to TWR by radiotelephony is prohibited.

VFR Routes within CTR


Yes

SBCT AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Bird concentration in the vicinity of the airport


Bird concentration on TFC Circuit AD and APCH SECT RWY 15/33 and 11/29.

Local Information
Pilots should be alert for the possibility of unmanned hot-air balloons occurring mainly on April, May, June and July.

SBCT AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

ADC, PDC, IAC, SID, STAR, AOC

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP AD 2 SBCY 1-5
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

SBCY AD 2.12 RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Designations RWY TRUE BRG Dimensions Strength (PCN) THR THR


of RWY (M) and surface of Coordinate RWY and elevation and
RWY and SW coordinates TDZE of precision
THR geoid APCH RWY
undulation
1 2 3 4 5 6
17 153.15 2300 x 45 46/F/B/X/U 153837.49S THR 188.1 m
ASPH 0560717.67W (617 ft)
/Nil 1.53 m Nil
35 333.15 2300 x 45 46/F/B/X/U 153944.01S THR 179.6 m
ASPH 0560642.30W (589 ft)
/Nil 1.54 m Nil

Slope of SWY (M) CWY (M) RWY (M) Strip OFZ Remarks
RWY/SWY Dimensions Dimensions Dimension
7 8 9 10 11 12
Ver ADC Nil Nil 2420 x 300 Nil Nil
Ver ADC Nil Nil 2420 x 300 Nil Nil

SBCY AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY TORA (M) TODA (M) ASDA (M) LDA (M) Remarks
Designator
1 2 3 4 5 6
17 2300 2300 2300 2300 Nil
35 2300 2300 2300 2300 Nil

SBCY AD 2.14 APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTING

RWY APCH LGT THR VASIS TDZ RWY RWY edge RWY END SWY LGT Remarks
Designator type LGT (MEHT) LGT, Centre line LGT LEN LGT LEN
LEN colour PAPI LEN LGT TDZ colour colour
INTST WBAR Length LGT,
spacing spacing
colour colour
INTST INTST

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
17 Green PAPI Nil Red Nil Nil
Left/3.0° 1700 M 60 M
(71.0FT) White

600 M 60 M
AMBER
35 Green PAPI Nil Red Nil Nil
Left /3.00° 1700 M 60 M
(64.0FT) White

600 M 60 M
AMBER

SBCY AD 2.15 OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1 ABN / IBN location, characteristics and hours of ABN: S 153907/W0560711, ALTN FLG W G EV 12 RPM/HN IMC
operation IBN: Nil
2 LDI location and LGT Anemometer location and LDI: Nil
LGT WDI: 15º 39' 00'' S/ 056º 07' 00'' W

1º Cup anemometer on the right side, 380m from THR 35 and 100m from
RWY 17/35 centerline.

-2º Cup anemometer (emergency) on the right side, 725m from THR 35
and 100M from RWY 17/35 centerline.
3 TWY edge and centre line lighting Edge: At all TWY, except F, G.
Centerline: Nil

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


AD 2 SBCY 1-6 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

4 Secondary power supply/switch-over time Yes

15 sec
5 Remarks Nil

SBCY AD 2.16 HELICOPTER LANDING AREA (HELPN)

NO

SBCY AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE

1 Designation and Lateral Limits CTR CUIABÁ


Circular area centered on 1539.33S/05606.73W within a 15NM radius.
2 Vertical Limits GND/ FL035
3 Airspace Classification C
4 ATS unit call sign CUIABÁ CONTROL
Language(s) Portuguese - English

5 Transition altitude 3000 FT


6 Remarks Nil

SBCY AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service Call sign Frequency Hours of operation Remarks


designation
1 2 3 4 5
APP CUIABÁ CONTROL 119.400 MHZ H24 Nil
120.350 MHZ H24 Nil
121.500 MHZ H24 EMERG
ATIS 127.850 MHZ H24 D-ATIS
GNDC CUIABÁ GROUND 121.900 MHZ H24 Nil
TWR CUIABÁ TOWER 118.100 MHZ H24 DCL
121.500 MHZ H24 EMERG

SBCY AD 2.19 RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS

Type of aid, ID Frequency Hours of Antenna Elevation of Remarks


MAG VAR and operation coordinates DME antenna
type of OPR
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
GP ICB 332.00 MHz H24 1539.56S Nil Nil
35 05606.74W
ILS/DME ICB 109.30 MHz H24 1538.52S 187.83 M TCH54
CAT I 35 CH30X 05607.33W
VOR/DME CIA 113.70 MHz H24 1539.37S 185.57 M CH 84X
(16°W/2012) 17/35 CH84X 05606.72W

SBCY AD 2.20 LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

1. Airport regulations
a) At airport a number of local regulations apply. The regulations are collected in a manual which is available at the Terminal
Building. This manual includes, among other subjects, the following:

2.Taxiing to and from stands


Use of push-back for ACFT beyond 20 T to leave PRKG is compulsory.

3. Parking area for small aircraft (General Aviation)


Yes.

4. Parking area for helicopters


Nil

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP AD 2 SBCY 1-7
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

5. Apron – taxiing during winter conditions


Nil

6. Taxiing - limitations
- Turnaround of 180DEG at RWY 17/35 for medium or great ACFT is forbidden. It is allowed at the turnaround THR area only as the
RWY is degraded.

7. School and training flights – technical test flights – use of runways


Nil

8. Helicopter traffic – limitation


Nil

9. Removal of disabled aircraft from runways


- Under the responsibility of owner or user, coordinated by AD administration.

SBCY AD 2.21 NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

Part I
Noise abatement for jet aeroplanes irrespective of weight and for propeller and turboprop aeroplanes with MTOM of or above
11.000Kg.

1. General provisions
Nil

2. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

3. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

4. Restrictions
Nil

5. Reporting
Nil

Part II
Noise abatement procedures for propeller and turboprop aeroplanes with MTOM below 11.000 Kg

1. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

2. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

3. Reporting
Nil

Part III
Noise-abatement procedures for helicopters

1. General provisions
Nil

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


AD 2 SBCY 1-8 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

2. Use of the runway system during the day period


Nil

3. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

4. Reporting
Nil

SBCY AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

General provisions
Nil

Procedures for IFR flights within TMA


- SBR 616 – VÁRZEA Area Lateral Limits: Circular area centered at 15 52.03 S /056 10.83 W, with radius of 2.16 NM.
Vertical limit: GND/1600 FT. Specific area for “ultralight” flights. RMK: Remains under VMC.
- ACFT APCH and TKOF from SWLV AD (Santo Antônio do Leverger, MT) must make two-way CTC with CUIABÁ-APP using FREQ
119.40 MHz independently of the procceding or destiny sector is compulsory.
- AFIL Flight Plans of ACFT departing from or destined to AD without an ATS unit, within the projections of CTR-Cuiabá and TMA-
Cuiabá lateral limits, will not be accepted by APP-Cuiabá. Such ACFT, in case they plan to enter controlled airspace under the
jurisdiction of APP-Cuiabá (TMA-Cuiabá and CTR-Cuiabá), must:
a) for ACFT destined to AD without an ATS unit: file PLN and respective update MSG, BFR TKOF, in person to any AIS office or also
by FAX primarily then TEL secondarily to any accredited AIS office (Rotaer and AIP-Brasil) located in the FIR where the FLT was
originated.
b) for ACFT departing from AD without an ATS unit: file PLN and respective update MSG primarily by FAX and secondarily by TEL to
the AIS office at Cuiabá during its operating hours or filed primarily by FAX and secondarily by TEL to any accredited AIS office
(Rotaer or AIP-Brasil) located at FIR-Amazônica.

Radar procedures within TMA


Radar vectoring and sequencing
Yes.
Surveillance radar approaches
Nil
Precision radar approach
Nil
Communication failure
Nil
Procedures for VFR flights within TMA
- The simplified flight plan through radiotelephony from the GND to the ATS units is prohibited.

Procedures for VFR flights within CTR


- PRB transmission of abbreviated flight plan via radiotelephony, from the ground, to the ATS units.

VFR Routes within TMA


Nil

VFR Routes within CTR


Nil

SBCY AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Bird concentration in the vicinity of the airport


- Bird movement in the maneuvering area and sector APROX RWY 35.

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP AD 2 SBCY 1-9
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

Local Information
- Be alert for OBST (high tension network) HGT 9M, DIST 286m THR 17, ELEV 641FT.
- PRB filing of abbreviated PLN via RTF, EXC ACFT prescribed in operational agreements with ATC units of the location.
- Meteorological information via TEL: (65) 3682-0355
- Overflight and transit AUTH issuing for civil foreign ACFT on private noncommercial flights HR SER MON TIL FRI 1230-2230.
- PRB engine run-up in hangars and in front of PAX terminal. ACFT with wingspan smaller than 15 meters must perform engine run-
up in the test area of S sector. For ACFT with wingspan greater than 15 meters, check is only allowed after previous COOR with AP
administration.
- IFR training flights, TGL, ANAC check and other FLT that may interfere with arrival and departure procedures at the AD are
prohibited, MON TIL FRI 1300-1600 1900-2130, SAT 1300-1600, SUN 1900-2130. During other hours, such OPS are allowed only
with prior AUTH from the respective ATS unit.
- AD CLSD for INTL OPS with PAX.
- AD AVBL only INTL OPS of cargo after previous AUTH and COOR with local airport administration at least 48HR BFR LDG or
TKOF.
- Nonscheduled ACFT DEST to the general aviation apron, and planned to remain longer than the time for embarking/disembarking
procedures, must REQ AUTH 2 HR in advance BFR LDG to the Airport Operation Center by TEL: (65) 3614-2549 and (65) 3614-
2570.

Flight PLN and its updates


- Accepts PLN and its updates by TEL/FAX PLN (65) 3682-3281.

SBCY AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

ADC, PDC, IAC, SID, AOC

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AIP AD 2 SBCZ 1-1
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

AD 2. AERODROMES

SBCZ AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

SBCZ - CRUZEIRO DO SUL / Cruzeiro do Sul - INTL, AC

SBCZ AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1 ARP coordinates and site at AD 073558S / 0724610W


1200M BRG 094° GEO from THR 10
2 Direction and distance from (city) 14W
3 Elevation/Reference Temperature 194M (636FT) / 33 °C
4 Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN 023 M (075 FT)
5 MAG VAR/annual change 05°W (2012) /08'W decreasing
6 AD Operator, address, telephone, FAX e-mail and INFRAERO
AFS and, if available, website address Aeroporto Internacional de Cruzeiro do Sul - Rodovia AC 405, Km 12 -
CEP 69980-000 - Cruzeiro do Sul - AC - Brasil
TEL: (68) 3311-1900
FAX: (68) 3322-3530
E-MAIL: superintendencia.sbcz@infraero.gov.br
TELEX: Nil
AFS:SBCZYDYX
Website: www.infraero.gov.br
7 Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR) IFR (DAY/NIGHT) /VFR (DAY/NIGHT)
8 Remarks PLN and its updates can be filled by TEL: TEL/FAX CMA/PLN
(68) 3322-3032.

SBCZ AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL HOURS

1 AD Operator 1100-2300
2 Customs and immigration O/R with 10 days priority.
3 Health and sanitation O/R with 10 days priority.
4 AIS Briefing Office 1115-2300
5 ARO Reporting Office 1100-2300
6 MET Briefing Office 1115-2300
7 ATS 1115-2300
8 Fuelling 1100-2300. Other hours O/R.
9 Handling 1100-2300
10 Security H24
11 De-icing Not applicable
12 Remarks Nil

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


AD 2 SBCZ 1-2 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

SBCZ AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1 Cargo-handling facilities Nil


2 Fuel/oil types AVGAS 100/130, kerosene oil for turbine / 100, AD 100; AD 120.
3 Fuelling facilities / capacity 01 truck – Jet A1 – 18,000L – 12.5 L/SEC
01 truck – AVGAS – 3,000L – 2.5 L/SEC
CAPACITY: JET A1: 108,000L – AVGAS: 63,000L
4 De-icing facilities Not applicable
5 Hangar space for visiting aircraft NO
6 Repair facilities for visiting aircraft No
7 Remarks The use of hangars located at AD is allowed for ACFT repairs by
previous agreement with ANAC.

SBCZ AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

1 Hotels In town.
2 Restaurants In town.
3 Transportation Buses and taxis (precarious).
4 Medical facilities In town.
5 Bank and Post Office NIL / NIL
6 Tourist Office NIL
7 Remarks Nil

SBCZ AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1 AD Category for fire fighting CAT 7


2 Rescue equipment 01 firefighting truck (CCI) type 4;
01 ambulance type B
3 Capability for removal of disabled aircraft Resources available at the AD:
- Agricultural tractors (2t); Hydraulic Jack (30t).
Available resources in the vicinity of the AD:
- Munck - 12t; Trailer Trucks - 40t.
MAX ACFT removal capacity: maximum of 24 t (AT72, C295)
4 Remarks Contact information to reach the responsible unit to coordinate the
actions described in the Disabled Aircraft Removal Plan-PRAI: (68) 3311-
1929 / (68) 9228-4520 (24h).

SBCZ AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

1 Types of clearing equipment Nil


2 Clearance priorities Nil
3 Remarks Not applicable

SBCZ AD 2.8 APRONS, TAXIWAYS AND CHECK LOCATIONS/POSITIONS DATA

1 Apron surface and strength Type of surface: CONC/ASPH


Strength: PCN 32/F/A/X/T

2 Taxiway width, surface and strength TWY A


Width: 23 M
Type of surface: ASPH
Strength: PCN 32/F/A/X/T.Width: See ADC.

3 ACL Location and elevation No


4 VOR Checkpoints At TWY A
5 INS Checkpoints No
6 Remarks Nil

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP AD 2 SBCZ 1-7
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

3. Use of the runway system during the night period


Nil

4. Reporting
Nil

SBCZ AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

General provisions
Nil

Procedures for IFR flights within TMA


Nil

Radar procedures within TMA


Nil
Procedures for VFR flights within TMA
Nil

Procedures for VFR flights within CTR


Nil

SBCZ AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Bird concentration in the vicinity of the airport


Be alert for bird strike hazard (black vultures) in the vicinity of THR 28.
It accepts PLN and its updates by telephone and FAX. TEL/FAX CMA/PLN: (68) 3322-3032 MON TIL FRI 1200/1600 1700/2100,
EXC HOL.

SBCZ AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

ADC, IAC, SID, AOC

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


Intentionaly Left Blank
AIP AD 2 SBEG 1-1
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

AD 2. AERODROMES

SBEG AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

SBEG - MANAUS / Eduardo Gomes - INTL, AM

SBEG AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1 ARP coordinates and site at AD 030220S / 0600246W


APRX 1,0 KM AZM 268° GEO from THR 28
2 Direction and distance from (city) 160°/ 9 KM from Manaus
3 Elevation/Reference Temperature 80M (262FT) / 34 °C
4 Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN -12 M (039 FT)
5 MAG VAR/annual change 14°W (2007) /07'W decreasing
6 AD Operator, address, telephone, FAX e-mail and INFRAERO
AFS and, if available, website address Aeroporto Internacional Eduardo Gomes – Av. Santos Dumont, 1350 -
Tarumã – 69.041-000 – Manaus –AM - Brasil
TEL: (92) 3652-1210
FAX: (92) 3652-1366
E-MAIL: Nil
AFS:AFS NTL: ADAEROEG
AFS INTL: SBEGYDYX
7 Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR) IFR (DAY/NIGHT) /VFR (DAY/NIGHT)
8 Remarks AD Ponta Pelada (SBMN) technical ALTN for Eduardo Gomes (SBEG)
PLN and its update can be filed by TEL/FAX PLN (92) 3652-5955 and
(92) 3652-5965.
RWY 11 - Day / Night VFR and Precision Day / Night IFR - CAT I.
RWY 29 - Day / Night VFR and Non-Precision Day / Night IFR.

SBEG AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL HOURS

1 AD Operator MON TIL FRI 1200-2100


2 Customs and immigration H24
3 Health and sanitation H24
4 AIS Briefing Office H24
5 ARO Reporting Office H24
6 MET Briefing Office H24
7 ATS H24 (1)H24 (1)
8 Fuelling H24
9 Handling H24
10 Security H24
11 De-icing Not applicable
12 Remarks Provided by self-service system and by telephone for help related to
website use and consultations via the amazonic surveillance
meteorological center
tel (92) 3652 5375 and (92) 3652-5374

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


AD 2 SBEG 1-2 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

SBEG AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1 Cargo-handling facilities Up to 12 tonnes handling possible.


2 Fuel/oil types AVGAS: 100/130, kerosene for turbine / Oil types: 100, AD 100, AD 120
3 Fuelling facilities / capacity Facilities: Parque de Abastecimento de Aeronaves - PAA,
Equipments: Through car-tanks and hydrants,
Total capacity: JET A1 (Kerosene) - 2.200.000 Litres; AVGAS –Fuel -
210.000 Litres.
4 De-icing facilities Not applicable
5 Hangar space for visiting aircraft Yes
6 Repair facilities for visiting aircraft Yes
7 Remarks Nil

SBEG AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

1 Hotels In the city and in the vicinities of AD.


2 Restaurants At AD and in the city.
3 Transportation Bus and taxi
4 Medical facilities Two ambulances. Hospitals in the city, 20 km far. First aids at AD.
5 Bank and Post Office At AD banks and ATM. Post Office at AD.
6 Tourist Office At AD and in the city.
7 Remarks Car hire at AD and in the city

SBEG AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1 AD Category for fire fighting CAT 9


2 Rescue equipment Three firefighting cars, ambulance, vehicle extrication equipment,
chainsaw, portable generator and diving EQPT. Three firefighting trucks,
chainsaw, portable group generator, vehicle extrication equipment,
ambulance and stretchers.

3 Capability for removal of disabled aircraft 500M from the AD, MUK for up to 7T with 360º gyral motion; jib of up to
16M with capacity of 2T, trucks and trailer trucks for transportation.
4 Remarks AD Ponta Pelada (SBMN) RFFS CAT 6.

SBEG AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

1 Types of clearing equipment Nil


2 Clearance priorities Nil
3 Remarks Nil

SBEG AD 2.8 APRONS, TAXIWAYS AND CHECK LOCATIONS/POSITIONS DATA

1 Apron surface and strength Apron 1 :


Type of surface: CONC
Strength: PCN 71/R/C/W/U
Apron 2 :
Type of surface: CONC
Strength: PCN 71/R/C/W/U
Apron 3 :
Type of surface: ASPH
Strength: PCN 33/F/C/X/U
Apron 4 :
Type of surface: ASPH
Strength: PCN 33/F/C/X/U
Apron 5 :
Type of surface: CONC
Strength: PCN 71/R/C/W/U

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP AD 2 SBEG 1-3
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

2 Taxiway width, surface and strength TWY A


Width: 23 M
Type of surface: ASPH
Strength: PCN 71/F/C/X/U.

TWY B
Width: 23 M
Type of surface: ASPH
Strength: PCN 71/F/C/X/U.

3 ACL Location and elevation Nil


4 VOR Checkpoints TWY B. SEE ADC
5 INS Checkpoints See PDC
6 Remarks Nil

DECEA-AIM AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17


AD 2 SBEG 1-4 AIP
02 MAR 17 BRASIL

SBEG AD 2.9 SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM AND MARKINGS

1 Use of aircraft stand ID signs, TWY Horizontal marking at centerline of taxiways and acess to parking aprons.
guide lines and visual docking/parking Horizontal marking at aircraft parking position and guidelines at parking
guidance system of aircraft stands aprons.
2 RWY and TWY markings and LGT RWY 11/29:
Horizontal marking at designation, THR, TDZ, centerline, edge runway
end.THR, End and edge runway LGT.
TWY:
Horizontal marking at edge, centerline and holding position at all TWY.
Edge LGTS at all TWY.
3 Stop bars Nil
4 Remark Nil

SBEG AD 2.10 AERODROME OBSTACLES

Area 2

OBST ID/ OBST OBST ELEV/HGT LGT Remarks


Designation Type Coordinates type and color
a b c d e f
Nil Tower 1230 M from THR 29 423FT/ 128 M Nil Nil

Area 3

OBST ID/ OBST OBST ELEV/HGT LGT Remarks


Designation Type Coordinates type and color

a b c d e f
Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil

SBEG AD 2.11 METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED

1 Associated MET Office CMA-1 Eduardo Gomes


2 Hours of service H24
MET Office outside hours Nil
3 Office responsible for TAF preparation CMV-AZ
Periods of validity H24
4 Trend forecast TEND by consultation
Interval of issuance Nil
5 Briefing / consultation provided Personal consultation or by phone: (92) 3652-5374 and (92) 3652-5375
6 Flight documentation Charts, abbreviated plain language text and satellite images.
Language(s) used Portuguese and English
7 Charts and other information available for P85, P70, P50, P40, P30, P25, P20, SWH, SWM and SWL
briefing or consultation
8 Supplementary equipment available for REDEMED and meteorological radar
providing information Printer and REDEMED network access terminal

9 ATS units provided with information TWR Eduardo Gomes; APP Manaus; ACC Amazônico
10 Additional information (limitation of service) Self-service system.

AMDT AIRAC AIP 02/17 DECEA-AIM


AIP AD 2 SBEG 1-5
BRASIL 02 MAR 17

SBEG AD 2.12 RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Designations RWY TRUE BRG Dimensions Strength (PCN) THR THR


of RWY (M) and surface of Coordinate RWY and elevation and
RWY and SW coordinates TDZE of precision
THR geoid APCH RWY
undulation
1 2 3 4 5 6
11 090.00 2700 x 45 71/F/C/X/T 030218.84S THR 76.7 m (252
ASPH 0600342.64W ft)
Nil
29 269.99 2700 x 45 71/F/C/X/T 030219.03S THR 80.3 m (263
ASPH 0600215.17W ft)
Nil

Slope of SWY (M) CWY (M) RWY (M) Strip OFZ Remarks
RWY/SWY Dimensions Dimensions Dimension
7 8 9 10 11 12
Ver/See ADC Nil 2820 x 300 Nil RESA - lengh x
width (m)
THR 11: 90 x 90

Ver/See ADC Nil 2820 x 300 Nil RESA - lengh x


width (m)
THR 29: 90 x 90

SBEG AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY TORA (M) TODA (M) ASDA (M) LDA (M) Remarks
Designator
1 2 3 4 5 6
11 2700 2700 2700 2700 Nil
29 2700 2700 2700 2700 Nil

SBEG AD 2.14 APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTING

RWY APCH LGT THR VASIS TDZ RWY RWY edge RWY END SWY LGT Remarks
Designator type LGT (MEHT) LGT, Centre line LGT LEN LGT LEN
LEN colour PAPI LEN LGT TDZ colour colour
INTST WBAR Length LGT,
spacing spacing
colour colour
INTST INTST

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 Green PAPI Nil Red Nil Nil
ALS Right/left 2130 M 60 M
without side WHITE LIH
flash (3.05)° 570 M 60 M
720 (40.0FT) AMBER LIH
LIH
29 Green PAPI Nil Red Nil Nil
Left side 2070 M 60 M
(3.00)° WHITE LIH
(62.4FT) 630 M 60 M
AMBER LIH

SBEG AD 2.15 OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1 ABN / IBN location, characteristics and hours of ABN: ABN: 03º 01' 44'' S / 060º 02' 39'' W;
operation ALTN FLG W G EV 2,