Aircraft and Livery: LATAM A320 or TAM A319
Route: SBSP - SBJR
Time of Departure: 0400Z
For my first attempt at a group flight, I figured I’d include anyone that wanted to join on a trip I’ve been really enjoying lately. Both SBSP (CGH) and SBRJ (SDU) in Brazil have short runway and are known for being relatively challenging. SDU, specifically, has one of the coolest approaches out there, flying over mountains and making a tight 180 degree turn that ends just 300 feet from the ground and on the runway centerline if executed correctly. There is another option, with a visual approach that can be taken instead. All of its approach options are exciting, as are the landing and takeoff rollouts at each airport due to the (lack of) runway length.
Tentative flightplan (subject to change due to airport wind conditions):
For the 180 degree turn:
SBSP SP001 MOSRA OGVEN IMBID PUKRA DORLU VUREP NM270 TODOP UGRAD GELUT RJ931 RJ031 RJ032 RJ801 RJ802 RJ803 RJ804 SBRJ
For the visual:
SBSP SP001 MOSRA OGVEN IMBID PUKRA DORLU VUREP NM270 TODOP UGRAD GELUT RJ931 RJ031 RJ032 RJ034 SBRJ
Chart screenshots can be provided if anyone joins and wants to get the approaches as correctly as possible. I can talk people through what everything on the chart means if need be as well.
Sorry about the abundance of information. Hopefully it is digestible and people still feel the desire to join