Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Santos Dumont Airport

Santos Dumont Airport is the second major airport serving Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It is named after the Brazilian aviation pioneer Alberto Santos Dumont. It is operated by Infraero.

Santos Dumont has slot restrictions operating with a maximum of 19 operations/hour, being one of the five airports with such restrictions in Brazil.

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Santa Cruz Air Force Base

Santa Cruz Air Force Base – ALA12 is a base of the Brazilian Air Force, located in the district of Santa Cruz in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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Jacarepaguá Airport

Jacarepaguá–Roberto Marinho Airport is an airport in the neighborhood of Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil dedicated to general aviation. Following extensive renovation in 2008 the airport was renamed after Roberto Pisani Marinho, a journalist and former president of Globo Network. It is a major helibase for offshore support.

During a transitional period, the airport is jointly operated by Infraero and XP Inc.

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Rio de Janeiro/Galeão International Airport

Rio de Janeiro/Galeão – Antonio Carlos Jobim International Airport is the main airport serving Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In 2019, it was the country's fourth-busiest airport by passenger traffic. It is named after the neighborhood of Galeão. Praia do Galeão is located in front of the original passenger terminal and where the galleon Padre Eterno was built in 1663. Since 5 January 1999 it is also named after Brazilian musician Antonio Carlos Jobim. Galeão Airport is explicitly mentioned in his composition Samba do Avião. It is the largest airport site in terms of area in Brazil.

Since 12 August 2014 it has been operated by the concessionary Rio Galeão, a consortium formed by the Brazilian investor Odebrecht and Changi Airport Group, with a minority participation of the government owned company Infraero, the previous operator. The new concessionary has been using the brand name RIOgaleão – Aeroporto Internacional Tom Jobim.

Some of its facilities are shared with the Galeão Air Force Base of the Brazilian Air Force.

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Afonsos Air Force Base

Afonsos Air Force Base – BAAF is a base of the Brazilian Air Force, located in the district of Marechal Hermes, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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looks like a fun place to fly in

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i hope they managed to check into their flight

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fun airport

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G3 6785

I´d like to check my reservation on FLIGHT G3 6785 for ALFREDO FARIOLI and MARTA SANCHEZ because I can´t print either the check in or the voucher. Thank you so much.

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Umberto Modiano Airport

Currently closed due to operational risks (i.e. pending restoration work on runway 07/25), see NOTAM below (valid till may 25th 2014):

(D0670/2014)

PERÍODO: 25/02/14 18:23 A 24/05/14 23:59

AD CLSD DEVIDO RISCO OPS)

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Fabulous Museum - Best in South America

Better known as Campo dos Afonsas home to Brazilian AF Museum (long white building bottom left) plus some active military - if you like old aircraft look a couple of miles to north for C-47 and C-119 (seperate sites) both in very good condition outside military buildings.....

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Flightsschool

There is a Flightschool were you can Depature with an Instructor and go over Rio .

On the west side of SBJR is an smal UL-field, very nice people there (mail: caerdepaer@ig.com.br)

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