We put together this Sao Paulo flyout with tons of great flights available. Lets make this one huge!
São Paulo/Guarulhos – Governador André Franco Montoro International Airport (IATA: GRU, ICAO: SBGR) is the primary international airport serving São Paulo. It is popularly known locally as either Cumbica Airport, after the district where it is located and the Brazilian Air Force base that still exists at the airport complex, or Guarulhos Airport, after the municipality of Guarulhos, in the São Paulo metropolitan area, where it is located. Since November 28, 2001 the airport has been named after André Franco Montoro (1916–1999), former Governor of São Paulo state. The airport was rebranded as GRU Airport in 2012.
The airport was the busiest in Brazil in terms of transported passengers, aircraft operations, and cargo handled in 2012, placing it as the second busiest airport in Latin America by passenger traffic (36,596,326 in 2016) after Mexico City International Airport.
The airport has three passenger terminals, numbered 1, 2, and 3, according to their order along the airport access road when arriving from the city.
GRU has two parallel runways. Runway 09R/27L is 3,000 metres (9,843 ft) long and 45 metres (148 ft) wide, while runway 09L/27R is 3,700 metres (12,140 ft) long and 60 metres (200 ft) wide, after being widened in 2015 to better receive the Airbus A380.
Airport: São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport (SBGR)
|Gate 101L||Azul A320-200||Curitiba Afonso Pena (SBCT)||@Isaque_Spotter|
|Gate 101R||Azul A320-200||Porto Alegre (SBPA)|
|Gate 102R||Azul A320-200||Belo Horizonte Confins(SBCF)|
|Gate 103L||Azul A320-200||Cuiabá (SBCY)|
|Gate 103R||Azul A320-200||Rio de Janeiro Santos Dumont (SBRJ)||@Ethan_Lee1|
|Gate 104||Azul A320-200||Recife (SBRF)|
|Gate 105L||Azul A320-200||Juazeiro Do Norte (SBJU)|
|Gate 207||Gol 737-800||Punta Cana (MDPC)|
|Gate 208||Gol 737-800||Montevideo (SUMU)||@Breno_Carvalho|
|Gate 209||Gol 737-800||Brasilia (SBBR)||@Lenza|
|Gate 210||Gol 737-800||São Luis (SBSL)|
|Gate 211||Delta 777-200ER||New York (KJFK)|
|Gate 212||Aeromexico 787-8||Mexico City (MMMX)|
|Gate 301||Delta 777-200ER||Atlanta (KATL)||@El_YuainXD|
|Gate 302||Ethiopian 787-8||Addis Ababa (HAAB)|
|Gate 303||Gol 737-800||Salvador (SBSV)|
|Gate 304||Gol 737-800||Fortaleza Pinto Martins (SBFZ)|
|Gate 305||LATAM A320-200||Vitoria Eurico (SBVT)|
|Gate 306||LATAM A320-200||Goiania (SBGO)|
|Gate 307||LATAM A320-200||Natal (SBSG)|
|Gate 308||LATAM A320-200||Manaus Eduardo Gomes (SBEG)||@Ulisses_Borralho|
|Gate 309||LATAM A320-200||Florianopolis (SBFL)|
|Gate 310||LATAM A320-200||Belem Val de Cans (SBBE)|
|Gate 310||LATAM A320-200||Palmas (SBPJ)|
|Gate 312||Royal Air Maroc 787-8||Casablanca (GMMN)|
|Gate 401||Copa 737-800||Panama City (MPTO)||@tunamkol|
|Gate 402||TAAG 777-200ER||Luanda (FNLU)||@YukioGabriel|
|Gate 403||Aerolíneas Argentinas 737-800||Buenos Aires (SAEZ)|
|Gate 404||Aerolíneas Argentinas 737-800||Buenos Aires (SABE)|
|Gate 405||Avianca A320-200||Bogotá (SKBO)|
|Gate 406||Gol 737-700||Jorge Amado (SBIL)|
|Gate 507||Air Canada 777-200LR||Toronto (CYYZ)|
|Gate 508||Emirates 777-300ER||Dubai (OMDB)|
|Gate 509||KLM 777-300ER||Amsterdam (EHAM)|
|Gate 510||Swiss 777-300ER||Zurich (LSZH)||@Isaias_Silva|
|Gate 511||British Airways 777-300ER||London (EGLL)|
|Gate 601||American 777-300ER||Miami (KMIA)|
|Gate 602||American 777-300ER||Dallas (KDFW)|
|Gate 603||United 777-300ER||Newark (KEWR)|
|Gate 604||United 777-200ER||Paris (LFPG)|
|Gate 605||Air France 777-200ER||Houston (KIAH)|
|Gate 606||Lufthansa A350-900||Munich (EDDM)|
Virtual Airlines - Reserved
|Gate 407||Any Plane||Any short hauler route from database||Finnair Virtual Reserved|
|Gate 408||Any Plane||Any short hauler route from database||Finnair Virtual Reserved|
|Gate 409||Any Plane||Any short hauler route from database||Finnair Virtual Reserved|
|Gate 410||Any Plane||Any long hauler route from database||Finnair Virtual Reserved|
|Gate 411||Any Plane||Any long hauler route from database||Finnair Virtual Reserved|
|Gate 501||Any Plane||Any route from database||Gol Virtual Reserved|
|Gate 502L||Gol 737-800||Rio de Janeiro Santos Dumont (SBRJ)||@Neto_Campelo|
|Gate 502R||Gol 737-800||São Luis (SBSL)||@Joao_Christ|
|Gate 503||Gol 737-800||Rio de Janeiro Galeao (SBGL)||@Lucas_Botelho|
|Gate 504L||Gol 737-800||Manaus Eduardo Gomes (SBEG)||@Renan|
|Gate 504R||Any Plane||Any route from database||Gol Virtual Reserved|
|Gate 505R||Any Plane||Any route from database||Gol Virtual Reserved|
|Gate 506||Any Plane||Any route from database||Gol Virtual Reserved|
Finnair Virtual Airlines was founded by @Hardlanding_Hussain on June 26th, 2020. From that moment on, our VA has been continuously growing with more pilots and partnerships, always striving to keep realism and professionalism.
“Hello IFC! I’m Gabriel, and I’m the CEO of Finnair Virtual. I’ve been in the VA since the start and the CEO since November 2020. I have loved aviation since I first saw a plane, 10 years ago. In AYVA, we strive to create a professional and friendly experience, and we want to become one of the biggest VAs in Infinite Flight. So what are you waiting for? Come Fly Finnish with us!” - @GBKarp , CEO
Hello everyone! On this 15th January 2021, in celebration of the 20th anniversary of GOL Linhas Aéreas, we’re happy to welcome everyone to the newest VA on IF: GOL & VARIG Virtual Airlines, the largest VA in Latin America by fleet and own destinations! Here, we are all about realism and simplicity, we do our best to make your experience as a crew member the best possible. Get to know a bit more about us by taking a tour through our thread!
GOL & VARIG Virtual is flying into 2021! We have more than 30 pilots. We expect to grow every week. And we believe that we can cover the Brazilian skies.
Our pilots can enjoy the route databases with more than 1000 routes with different aircraft and codeshares that allow you to explore the world! Whether a pilot wants to fly a short or long-haul, our route database will have the perfect route.
Since our creation in June 2020, and we were certified at IFVARB on December 15th, our amazing pilots have logged over 3,000 hours! We would like to thank both our pilots and partners to help achieve this!
- Respect every pilot during the event.
- Maintain special awareness when moving.
- We are NOT responsible for any violations you may receive during
- IFATC may or may not be available for the event, if not use UNICOM correctly.
- We recommend checking the airport diagrams above and using flight plan creators such as FPLtoIF.com.
- Have fun and enjoy the event!