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1 AIP GEN JAN 11 GEN 3 SERVICES GEN 3.1 AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION SERVICES 3.1 RESPONSIBLE SERVICE The Aeronautical Information Service ensures the flow of information necessary for the safety, regularity and efficiency of international and national air navigation within the area of its responsibility as indicated under below. It consists of the Subdepartamento de Operações (SDOP), Instituto de Cartografia Aeronáutica (ICA), International NOTAM Office (NOF), National Notam Office (CGN), Regional NOTAM Offices (CRN) and national and international aeronautical information services room Department of Airspace Control DECEA Subdepartamento de operações (SDOP) Avenida General Justo, 370 2º andar CEP: Rio de Janeiro - RJ Brasil Tel.: / Fac-símile: and AFS: SBRJYGYI Website: Instituto de Cartografia Aeronáutica (ICA) Avenida General Justo, 160 Anexo I Rio de Janeiro - RJ Brasil Tel.: AFS: SBRJZXIC International NOTAM Office International NOTAM Office - NOF Brazil CINDACTA 1 SHIS QI-5 Área Especial 12 Lago Sul CEP: Brasília, D.F. Brasil TEL/FAX: AFS: SBRJYNYX DATA BANK: SBRJZXBI (NOTAM) The service is provided in accordance with the provisions contained in ICAO Annex 15 Aeronautical Information Services IAN NOTAM OFFICES NATIONAL NOTAM OFFICE - CGN CINDACTA I - SHIS - QI 5 - AREA ESPECIAL 12 - LAGO SUL CEP: IA, DF - TEL/FAX: AFS: SBBRYNYC DATA BANK: SBRJZXBI (NOTAM) RECIFE REGIONAL NOTAM OFFICE - CRN-RF CINDACTA III - AVENIDA CENTENÁRIO ALBERTO SANTOS DUMONT, S/Nº BAIRRO: JORDÃO BAIXO CEP: RECIFE, PE TEL: AFS: SBRFYNYA DATA BANK: SBRFZXBN (NOTAM) SÃO PAULO REGIONAL NOTAM OFFICE - CRN-SP SRPV-SP - AERODROMO DE CONGONHAS - AVENIDA WASHINGTON LUIZ,S/Nº BAIRRO: JARDIM AEROPORTO CEP: SÃO PAULO,SP TEL: AFS: SBSPYNYA DATA BANK: SBSPZXBN (NOTAM) COMAER AMDT AIRAC AIP 20/10

2 GEN JAN 11 AIP CURITIBA REGIONAL NOTAM OFFICE - CRN-CT CINDACTA II - AVENIDA ERASTO GAERTNER, 100 BAIRRO: BACACHERI CEP: CURITIBA, PR TEL: AFS: SBCTYNYA DATA BANK: SBCTZXBN (NOTAM) IA REGIONAL NOTAM OFFICE - CRN-BR CINDACTA I - SHIS - QI 5 - AREA ESPECIAL 12 - LAGO SUL CEP: IA, DF - TEL/FAX: AFS: SBBRYNYA DATA BANK: SBBRZXBN (NOTAM) MANAUS REGIONAL NOTAM OFFICE - CRN-EG CINDACTA IV - PRÉDIO DO CVA - AVENIDA TURISMO, 1350 BAIRRO: TARUMÃ CEP: MANAUS, AM TEL AFS: SBEGYNYA DATA BANK: SBEGZXBN (NOTAM) AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY The Aeronautical Information Service is responsible for the collection and dissemination of information for the entire territory of Brazil and for the airspace over the high seas encompassed by the Brazilian Flight Information Region in accordance with the regional air navigation agreement AERONAUTICAL PUBLICATIONS The aeronautical information is provided in the form of the Integrated Aeronautical Information Package (IAIP), consisting of the following elements: - Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP); - Supplement to the AIP (AIP SUP); - NOTAM and Pre-flight Information Bulletins (PIB); - Aeronautical Information Circulars (AIC); and - Checklists and summaries. NOTAM and the related monthly checklists are issued via the Aeronautical Fixed Service (AFS), while PIB are made available at aerodrome AIS units. All other elements of the package are distributed by air mail Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP) The AIP is the basic aviation document intended primarily to satisfy international requirements for the exchange of permanent aeronautical information and long duration temporary changes essential for air navigation. The Brazilian AIP is available in a loose-leaf form, size A4 paper format, that ensures the improvement of our publication. The AIP is published in Portuguese for Brazilian distribution only. For international distribution, it is published in English only. The instrument Approach Charts and Standard Instrument Departure Charts are included in the AIP-MAP Manual. The area Charts will also be included in the AIP-MAP Manual, except for Rio / São Paulo ARC, that is published in the back of Curitiba / Navegantes / Florianópolis ARC. Both will remain being published separately, as well as the. Flight Planning Chart (lower airspace), published in the back of the Flight Planning Chart (upper airspace). Enroute Charts are published separately, too Amendment Service to the AIP (AIP AMDT) Amendments to the AIP are made by means of replacement sheets. Two types of AIP AMDT are produced: - Regular AIP Amendment (AIP AMDT), issued in accordance with the AIRAC system regular interval, and identified by a white cover sheet, with incorporates permanent changes into the AIP on the indicated publication date; and - AIRAC AIP Amendment (AIRAC AIP AMDT), issued in accordance with the AIRAC system and identified by a white cover sheet and the acronym AIRAC, with incorporates operationally significant permanent changes into the AIP on the indicated AIRAC effective date. A brief description of the subjects affected by the amendments is given on the AIP Amendment cover sheet. New information included on the reprinted AIP pages is identified by a vertical line on the left margin (or immediately to the left) of the change / addition. AMDT AIRAC AIP 20/10 COMAER

3 AIP GEN JAN 11 Each AIP page and each AIP replacement page introduced by an amendment, including the amendment cover sheet, is dated. The date consists of the day, month (by name) and year of the publication (AIP AMDT) or of the AIRAC effective date (AIRAC AIP AMDT) of the information. Each AIP amendment cover sheet includes references to the serial number of those elements of the IAIP which have been incorporated in the AIP by the amendment and are consequently cancelled. Each AIP AMDT and each AIRAC AIP AMDT is allocated separate serial numbers which are consecutive and based on the calendar year. The year, indicated by digits, is a part of the serial number of the amendment, for example: AIP AMDT 01/01; AIRAC AIP AMDT 01/02. A checklist of AIP pages containing page number/chart title and the publication or effective date (day, month by name and year) of the information is reissued with each amendment and is an integral part of the AIP Supplement to the AIP (AIP SUP) Temporary changes of long duration (three months and longer) and information of short duration consisting of extensive texts and/or graphics, that supplement the permanent information contained in the AIP are published as AIP Supplements (AIP SUP). Operationally significant temporary changes to the AIP are published in accordance with the AIRAC system and its established effective dates and are identified clearly by the acronym AIRAC AIP SUP. AIP Supplements are separated by information subject (General GEN, En-route ENR and Aerodromes - AD) and are placed accordingly at the beginning of each AIP part. AIP Supplements are separated by information subjects and are published in two series (A and N). Series A to AIP Supplement contains information that is related to international civil aviation and is distributed on an international basis. Series N to AIP Supplement contains information that is related to national aviation only and is promulgated on a national basis. Each AIP Supplement (regular or AIRAC) is allocated a serial number which is consecutive and based on the calendar year. The year is indicated by digits and is a part of the serial number of the AIP Supplement, for example: SUP AIP A 01/01; SUP AIP N 01/02 AIP SUP AIRAC N 01/02; AIRAC SUP A 01/01 An AIP Supplement is kept in the AIP as long as all or some of its contents remain valid. The period of validity of the information contained in the AIP Supplement will normally be shown in the supplement itself. NOTAM may be used to indicate changes to the period of validity or cancellation of the supplement. The checklist of AIP Supplements currently in force is issued in the monthly printed plain-language summary of NOTAM in force. See item Checklist and Summary of Notam NOTAM and Pre-Flight Information Bulletins (PIB) NOTAM contain information concerning the establishment, condition or change in any aeronautical facility, service, procedure or hazard, the timely knowledge of which is essential for personnel concerned with flight operations. The text of each NOTAM contains the information in the order shown in the ICAO NOTAM Format and is composed of the significations/uniform abbreviated phraseology assigned to the ICAO NOTAM Code complemented by ICAO abbreviations, indicators, identifiers, designators, call signs, frequencies, figures and plain language. NOTAM given international distribution contain full information on all airports, facilities, services and procedures available for use by international civil aviation. These NOTAM are issued by Brasil NOFand distributed in five series, each one corresponding to the airspace covered by a FIR, as follows: Series I RECIFE FIR Series J BRASÍLIA FIR Series K CURITIBA FIR Series N ATLÂNTICO FIR Series O AMAZÔNICA FIR NOTAM given national distribution contain information of concern to aircraft other than those engaged in international aviation. These NOTAM are distributed in six series, each one corresponding to the area under the jurisdiction of a national NOTAM Office, as follows: Series Z General NOTAM Office Series B Recife Regional NOTAM Office Series D São Paulo Regional NOTAM Office Series E Curitiba Regional NOTAM Office Series F Brasília Regional NOTAM Office Series G Manaus Regional NOTAM Office Each NOTAM is assigned a consecutive serial number preceded by a letter indicating the series. The serial numbers start with number 00t 0000 UTC on 01 January every year. COMAER AMDT AIRAC AIP 20/10

4 GEN JAN 11 NOTAM are exchanged among Brazil NOF and other international NOTAM offices as follows: SEND TO THE FOLLOWING REGIONS SERIES I - Recife FIR J - Brasília FIR K - Curitiba FIR N - Atlântico FIR O - Amazônica FIR *EUR AFI NAM CAR SAM 1. Argentina 2. Chile 3. Colombia 4. Ecuador 5. French Guyana 6. Guyana 7. Paraguay 8. Peru 9. Suriname 10. Uruguay 11. Venezuela 1. Cuba 2. Dominican Republic 3. El Salvador 4. Honduras 5. Mexico 6. Netherlands Antilles 7. Panama 8. Trinidad and Tobago 1. United States 1. Algeria 2. Angola 3. Cape Verde 4. Chad 5. Congo 6. Egypt 7. Democratic Republic of the Congo 8. Gambia 9. Ghana 10. Liberia 11. Mozambique 12. Nigeria 13. Senegal 14. South Africa 15. Tunisia 1. Austria 2. Belgium 3. Czech Republic 4. Denmark 5. France 6. Germany 7. Italy 8. Malta 9. Netherlands 10. Poland 11. Portugal 12. Russian Federation 13. Spain 14. Sweden 15. Switzerland 16. United Kingdom 1. Argentina 2. Bolivia 3. Chile 4. Colombia 5. Ecuador 6. French Guyana 7. Guyana 8. Paraguay 9. Peru 10. Suriname 11. Uruguay 12. Venezuela 1. Bahamas 2. Barbados 3. Costa Rica 4. Cuba 5. Dominican Republic 6. El Salvador 7. Haiti 8. Honduras 9. Jamaica 10. Mexico 11. Netherlands Antilles 12. Panama 13. Trinidad and Tobago 1. Canada 2. United States 1. Angola 2. Cameroon 3. Cape Verde 4. Chad 5. Congo 6. Gambia 7. Democratic Republic of the Congo 8. Liberia 9. Madagascar 10. Morocco 11. Senegal 12. South Africa 1. Austria 2. Czech Republic 3. France 4. Germany 5. Italy 6. Malta 7. Netherlands 8. Poland 9. Portugal 10. Russian Federation 11. Spain 12. Sweden 13. Switzerland 14. Ukraine 15. United Kingdom 1. Argentina 2. Bolivia 3. Chile 4. Colombia 5. Ecuador 6. French Guyana 7. Guyana 8. Paraguay 9. Peru 10. Suriname 11. Uruguay 12. Venezuela 1. Bahamas 2. Barbados 3. Costa Rica 4. Cuba 5. Dominican Republic 6. El Salvador 7. Haiti 8. Honduras 9. Jamaica 10. Mexico 11. Netherlands Antilles 12. Panama 13. Trinidad e Tobago 1. Canada 2. United States 1. Algeria 2. Angola 3. Cape Verde 4. Chad 5. Congo 6. Democratic Republic of the Congo 7. Gambia 8. Ghana 9. Liberia 10. Madagascar 11. Morocco 12. Mozambique 13. Nigeria 14. Senegal 15. South Africa 16. Tunisia 1. Austria 2. Belgium 3. Czech Republic 4. France 5. Germany 6. Italy 7. Malta 8. Netherlands 9. Poland 10. Portugal 11. Russian Federation 1. Bolivia 2. Uruguay 1. Nicaragua 1. United States 1. South Africa 1. Czech Republic 2. Finland 3. France 4. Portugal 5. Spain 6. Switzerland 7. United Kingdom 8. Russian Federation 1. Argentina 2. Bolivia 3. Chile 4. Colombia 5. Ecuador 6. French Guyana 7. Guyana 8. Paraguay 9. Peru 10. Suriname 11. Uruguay 12. Venezuela AIP 1. Costa Rica 2. Cuba 3. Dominican Republic 4. El Salvador 5. Honduras 6. Jamaica 7. Mexico 8. Netherlands Antilles 9. Panama 10. Trinidad and Tobago 1. United States 1. Algeria 2. Angola 3. Cape Verde 4. Chad 5. Congo 6. Egypt 7. Democratic Republic of the Congo 8. Gambia 9. Ghana 10. Liberia 11. Mozambique 12. Namibia 13. Nigeria 14. Senegal 15. South Africa 16. Tunisia 1. Austria 2. Belgium 3. Czech Republic 4. France 5. Germany 6. Italy 7. Malta 8. Netherlands 9. Poland 10. Portugal 11. Russian Federation 12. Spain 13. Sweden 14. Switzerland 15. United Kingdom AMDT AIRAC AIP 20/10 COMAER

5 AIP GEN AUG 11 SEND TO SERIES I - FIR Recife J - FIR Brasília K - FIR Curitiba N - FIR Atlântico O - FIR Amazônica 1. Israel 1. Israel 1. Israel NIL 1. Jordan MID 2. Jordan 2 Jordan 2. Jordan 3. United Arab 3. United Arab 3. United Arab Emirates Emirates Emirates ASIA 1. China 2. Indonesia 3. Japan 4. Macao, China 5. Uzbekistan 1. China 2. Indonesia 3. Japan 4. Macao, China 5. Republic of Korea 6. Uzbekistan 1. China 2. Indonesia 3. Japan 4. Macao, China 5. Republic of Korea 6. Uzbekistan 1. China 2. Republic of Korea 3. Macao, China 4. Uzbekistan 1. China 2. Indonésia 3. Japan 4. Macao, China 5. Uzbekistan PAC 1. Australia NIL 1. Australia 1. Australia 1. Australia SAM EUR 1. Argentina 2. Bolívia 3. Chile 4. Colombia 5. Ecuador 6. French Guyana (France) 7. Guyana 8. Paraguay 9. Peru 10. Suriname 11. Uruguay 12. Venezuela 1. Austria 2. Belgium 3. Belarus 4. Denmark 5. Finland 6. France 7. Germany 8. Italy 9. Luxemburg 10. Netherlands 11. Norway 12. Portugal 13. Russian Federation 14. Spain 15. Sweden 16. Switzerland 17. United Kingdom CAR MID RECEIVED FROM THE FOLLOWING REGIONS 1. Anguilla (United Kingdom) 2. Antigua and Barbuda 3. Aruba (Netherlands) 4. Barbados 5. Bahamas (Netherlands) 6. Belize 7. British Virgin Island (United Kingdom) 8. Cayman Islands (United Kingdom) 9. Costa Rica 10. Cuba 11. Dominica 12. Dominican Republic 13. El Salvador 14. French Antilles (France) 15. Grenada 16. Guatemala 17. Haiti 18. Honduras 17. Ilhas Virgens Britânicas (Reino Unido) 18. Ilhas Cayman (Reino Unido) 19. Jamaica 20. Mexico 21. Montserrat (United Kingdom) 22. Netherlands Antilles (Netherlands) 23. Nicaragua 24. Panama 25. Puerto Rico (United States) 26. Saint Kitts and Nevis 27. Saint Lucia 28. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 29. Trinidad and Tobago 1. Afghanistan 2. Iraq 3. United Arab Emirates NAM ASIA 1. Alaska (United States) 2. Canada 3. United States 1. Bahrain 2. China 3. Japan 4. Kyrgyztan 5. Liberia 6. New Zealand 7. Republic of Korea 8. Singapore 9. Tajikistan 10. Turkmenistan 11. Uzbekistan 1. Algeria 2. Angola 3. Benin 4. Burkina Fasso 5. Cameroon 6. Cape Verde 7. Central African Republic 8. Chad 9. Congo 10. Côte d ivoire 11. Egypt 12. Equatorial Guinea 13. Gabon 14. Gambia 15. Ghana 16. Guinea 17. Guinea-Bissau 18. Mali 19. Mauritania 20. Marocco 21. Namibia 22. Niger 23. São Tome and Principe 24. Senegal 25. South Africa 26. Togo 27. Tunisia 28. Zambia 1. Australia COMAER AMDT AIRAC AIP 08/11 AFI PAC

6 GEN AUG 11 AIP AIS PORTAL Pre-flight Information Bulletins (PIB), which contain a summary of current NOTAM and other information of urgent character for the operator and flight crews, are available at the aerodrome AIS units. The area covered by the information contained in the PIB is indicated under 5 of this subsection AIS Portal consists of an aeronautical information service and has the following products available in digital form for consultation: A) ABREVIATION B) AIP- C) AERONAUTICAL CHART (AIP- MAP) D) NOTAM E) PUBLICATIONS F) ROTAER (AIR ROUTE AUXILIAR MANUAL/PORTUGUESE ONLY) G) AIP SUPLEMENT H) AIC Aeronautical Information Circulars (AIC) The AIC contains information on the long-term forecast of any major change in legislation, regulations, procedures or facilities; information of a purely explanatory or advisory nature liable to affect flight safety; and information or notification of an explanatory or advisory nature concerning technical, legislative or purely administrative matters, which are inappropriate to AIP or NOTAM. AICs are divided by subject and are issued in two series (A and N). AIC Series A contains information affecting international civil aviation and is given international distribution, while AIC Series N contains information affecting national aviation only and is given national distribution. AIC Series A is issued to foreign users and to international AIS units and AIC Series N is issued to Brazilian users only. AIC Series A is bilingual (Portuguese/English) and Series N is issued in Portuguese only. Each AIC is numbered consecutively within each series on a calendar year basis. The year is indicated by digits and is a part of the serial number of the AIC, for example: AIC A 01/02; AIC N 01/ Checklist and summary of NOTAM A checklist of NOTAM in force is issued monthly, through AFS. Including the number of the effective NOTAM and information on the number of the latest issued AIP AMDT, AIRAC AIP AMDT and AIC, as well as numeric list of AIP SUP in force. The checklists are issued on the first day of every month and they contain the numbers of the NOTAM currently in force. Brazil does not publish the monthly summary, see item 3.7 Checklist and Summary of NOTAM Purchase Arrangements The AIP- Manual and other Brazilian aeronautical information publications, issued by the Department of Airspace Control DECEA, may be obtained in person, by mail, telephone or fax. The subscription service is offered only by the PAME (Park of Aeronautical Eletronic Material), where aeronautical charts and publications, issued by DECEA, as well as ROTAER and AIP- binders may be purchased The annual subscription service, offered by the DECEA, includes the following publications: AIP- ROTAER AIP-MAP AIP Supplement Aeronautical Information Circulars (AIC) Subscription Mode The initial subscription includes: a) All updated publications mentioned above in item (except the manual binders). AMDT AIRAC AIP 08/11 COMAER

7 AIP GEN SEP PURCHASE ARRANGEMENTS Brazil: a) Payments can be made through GRU (Guia de Recolhimento Único da União), following the procedures: Print yourself a GRU form thru the site Click on the links SIAFI, Guia de Recolhimento da União and Impressão da GRU Simples, inserting the data below: Unidade Favorecida Código ; Unidade favorecida Gestão 00001; e Recolhimento Código Pay it at Banco do Brasil and, then, send the form by , fax or registered letter, including the desired purchased publications, name of the subscriber, CPF/CNPJ, address to send the subscription, telephone and 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 for further contact. Address: Rua General Gurjão, 4 Caju Rio de Janeiro / RJ CEP 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 ELETRONICA DA AERONAUTICA DO RIO DE JANEIRO SUBDIVISÃO DE ATENDIMENTO AO CLIENTE Rua General Gurjão, 4 Caju Rio de Janeiro RJ CEP Telephones: 55 (21) / 55 (21) Fax: 55 (21) SCHEDULE FOR CONTACT WITH THE USERS: Hours to be reached by telephone: Monday until Friday: 8 a.m. until 4 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) or (21) AIRAC SYSTEM 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. 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. COMAER AMDT AIRAC AIP 09/11

8 GEN SEP 11 Schedule of AIRAC effective dates: AIP January 18th January 17th January 15th January 14th January 13th February 15th February 14th February 12th February 11th February 10th March 15th March 13th March 12th March 11th March 10th April 12th April 10th April 09th April 08th April 07th May 10th May 08th May 07th May 06th May 05th June 07th June 05th June 04th June 03rd June 02nd July 05th July 03rd July 02nd July 01st June 30th August 02nd July 31st July 30th July 29th July 28th September 30th August 28th August 27th August 26th August 25th September 27th September 25th September 24th September 23rd September 22nd October 23rd October 23rd October 22nd October 21st October 20th November 22nd November 20th November 19th November 18th November 17th December 20th December 18th December 17th December 16th December 15th 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 BELÉM / Val-de-Cans/Júlio Cezar Ribeiro - INTL, PA COVERAGE BELO HORIZONTE / Tancredo UNITED STATES (*). Neves - INTL, MG GUYANA, FRENCH GUYANA (*), SURINAME. BOA VISTA / VENEZUELA, GUYANA (*). Atlas Brasil Cantanhede- INTL, RR BRASÍLIA / Presidente Juscelino ARGENTINA, ARUBA, BOLIVIA, CAPE VERDE, PARAGUAY, PUERTO RICO (*), Kubtscheck - INTL, DF VENEZUELA. CAMPINAS / SOUTH AFRICA (*), GERMANY (*), NETHERLANDS ANTILLES (*), ARGENTINA (*), BARBADOS (*), Viracopos - INTL, SP BÉLGIUM (*), BOLIVIA (*), CAPE VERDE (*), CHILE (*), COLOMBIA (*), CUBA (*), ECUADOR (*), SPAIN (*), UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (*), FRANCE (*), GAMBIA (*), GUYANA (*), HAITI (*), HONDURAS (*), ILHAS CANÁRIAS (*), JAMICA (*), MAROCCO (*), MEXICO (*), PANAMA (*) PARAGUAY (*), PERU (*), PUERTO RICO (*), PORTUGAL (*), DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (*), SENEGAL (*), SWITZERLAND (*), SURINAM (*), TRININDAD AND TOBAGO (*), URUGUAY (*), VENEZUELA (*). CAMPO GRANDE / Campo BOLÍVIA (*), PARAGUAY (*), ARGENTINA (*). Grande - INTL, MS CORUMBÁ / Corumbá - INTL, MS BOLÍVIA (*), PARAGUAY (*). CRUZEIRO DO SUL / PERU (*). Cruzeiro do Sul - INTL, AC CUIABÁ / BOLÍVIA(*). Marechal Rondon - INTL, MT CURITIBA / Afonso ARGENTINA (*), PARAGUAY (*), URUGUAY (*). Pena - INTL, PR FLORIANÓPOLIS / Hercílio ARGENTINA (*), URUGUAY (*), PARAGUAY (*). Luz - INTL, SC FORTALEZA / Pinto ARGENTINA (*), BAHAMAS (*), FRENCH GUYANA (*), UNITED STATES (*), Martins - INTL, CE (*) DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (*), SURINAME (*), PORTUGAL (*), ITALY (*), SENEGAL (*), NETHERLANDS (*), CAPE VERDE (*), URUGUAY (*), TRINDAD E TOBAGO (*). FOZ DO IGUAÇU / ARGENTINA (*), PARAGUAY (*). Cataratas - INTL, PR AMDT AIRAC AIP 09/11 COMAER

9 AIP GEN MAY 13 MACAPÁ / Alberto Alcolumbre GUIANA (*), SURINAME (*), GUIANA FRANCESA (*). - INTL, AP MANAUS / Eduardo ARGENTINA (*), COLÔMBIA, ARUBA (*), VENEZUELA, BOLÍVIA (*), PERU (*), ESTADOS UNIDOS (*). Gomes - INTL, AM NATAL / Augusto NORWAY (*), SWEDEN (*), CANÁRY ISLANDS (*), SENEGAL (*), CAPE VERDE (*), MAROCCO (*), Severo - INTL, RN ITÁLY (*), SPAIN (*), FRANCE (*), PORTUGAL (*). NAVEGANTES/ Ministro Victor Konder - INTL, SC PELOTAS / Pelotas - INTL, RS URUGUAY (*). ARGENTINA (*), BOLIVIA (*), PARAGUAY (*), URUGUAY. PETROLINA / Senador Nilo GERMANY (*), BELGIUM (*), and LUXEMBOURG (*) Coelho, PE PONTA PORÃ / Ponta Porã - INTL, MS PARAGUAY. PORTO ALEGRE / Salgado ARGENTINA (*), URUGUAY (*). Filho - INTL, RS PORTO SEGURO / ARGENTINA (*), URUGUAY (*). Porto Seguro, BA PORTO VELHO / BOLIVIA (*), COLOMBIA (*), PERU (*). Governador Jorge Teixeira de Oliveira - INTL, RO RECIFE / Guararapes - Gilberto GERMANY (*), ARGENTINA (*), CAPE VERDE (*), SPAIN (*), FRANCE (*), ITÁLY (*), MAROCCO (*), Freyre - INTL, PE PORTUGAL (*), SENEGAL (*), SWITZERLAND (*), SURINAME (*), TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO (*), URUGUAY (*), PUERTO RICO (*),FRENCH GUYANA (*), CANARY ISLANDS (*). RIO BRANCO / Plácido BOLIVIA (*), COLOMBIA (*), PERU (*). de Castro, AC RIO DE JANEIRO / Galeão - GERMANY (*), ANGOLA (*), ARGENTINA (*), CHILE (*), ESPAIN (*), UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (*), Antônio Carlos Jobim - INTL, RJ FRANCE (*), ITALY (*), PANAMA (*) PARAGUAY (*), PORTUGUAL (*), URUGUAY (*). SALVADOR / Deputado Luís ARGENTINA (*), ESPAIN (*), NETHERLANDS (*), ENGLAND (*),PORTUGAL (*), SENEGAL (*), Eduardo Magalhães - INTL, BA URUGUAY (*). SÃO PAULO / Congonhas, SP ARGENTINA, PARAGUAY, e URUGUAY. SÃO PAULO / Guarulhos- SOUTH AFRICA (*), GERMANY (*), NETHERLANDS ANTILLES (*), SAUDI ARABIA (*), ALGERIA (*), Governador André Franco ARGENTINA (*), BAHAMAS (*), BAHRAIN (*), BÉLGIUM (*), BOLIVIA (*), CAPE VERDE (*), CANADA(*) Montoro - INTL, SP CHILE (*), COLOMBIA (*), IVORY COAST (*), CUBA (*), EGYPT (*), ECUADOR (*), SPAIN (*), UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (*), FRANCE (*), GAMBIA (*), GHANA (*), GUYANA (*), FRENCH GUYANA (*), GUINE (*), HAITI (*), NETHERLANDS (*), HONDURAS (*), ITALY (*), JAMAICA (*), LIBERIA (*), MAROCCO (*), MAURITANIA (*), MEXICO (*), NIGER (*), NIGERIA (*), PANAMA (*), PARAGUAY (*), PERU (*), PUERTO RICO (*), PORTUGUAL (*), UNITED KINGDOM (*), DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (*), SENEGAL (*), SWITZERLAND (*), SURINAM (*), TRININDAD AND TOBAGO (*), URUGUAY (*), VENEZUELA (*). TABATINGA / COLOMBIA (*), PERU (*). Tabatinga - INTL, AM URUGUAIANA / Rubem ARGENTINA (*), URUGUAY (*). Berta - INTL, RS VITÓRIA/ Eurico de Aguiar Sales, ES ARGENTINA (*), CHILE, PARAGUAY (*) E URUGUAY(*). 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 ELECTRONIC TERRAIN AND OBSTACLE DATA UNDER CONSTRUCTION COMAER AMDT AIP 04/13

10 AIP GEN JUN 12 GEN 3.2 AERONAUTICAL CHARTS RESPONSIBLE SERVICES The Department of Airspace Control (DECEA) is responsible for the production, publication, distribution and updating of the aeronautical charts destined to be used by general aviation, listed on page GEN The aeronautical charts cover all the airspace over the national territory, and the high seas. Besides these limits, they also cover other airspaces that have been object of international air navigation agrements. Charts, suitable for pre-flight planning and briefing, selected from those listed in the ICAO Aeronautical Chart Catalogue (Doc 7101) are available for reference at aerodrome AIS units. In the making of aeronautical charts, under DECEA responsibility the Standards and Recommended Practices, as well as the Procedures contained in the Annex 4 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation and Doc 8168/611, Aircraft Operations (Configurations of holding patterns and instrument approach procedures) are applicable. Differences to these provisions are detailed in subsection GEN MAINTENANCE OF CHARTS The aeronautical charts included in the AIP are kept up to date by amendments to the AIP. Corrections to aeronautical charts not contained in the AIP are promulgated by AIP Amendments and are listed under GEN Information concerning the planning for or issuance of new maps and charts is notified by Aeronautical Information Circular. If incorrect information detected on published charts is of operational significance, it is corrected by NOTAM PURCHASE ARRANGEMENTS See item Sale of Publications included in GEN AERONAUTICAL CHART SERIES AVAILABLE The total flight is divided into the following 6 (six) phases, according to ICAO Annex 4: Phase 1: Taxi from aircraft stand to take-off point; Phase 2: Take-off and climb to en-route ATS structure; Phase 3: ATS route structure; Phase 4: Descent to approach; Phase 5: Approach to land or missed approach; and Phase 6: Landing and taxi to aircraft stand. The following series of aeronautical charts are produced by DECEA to assist the mentioned phases of flight: a) Flight Planning Chart b) Enroute Chart c) Area Chart d) Standard Arrival Chart-Instrument e) Instrument Approach Chart f ) Landing Chart 9) Visual Approach Chart h) Standard Instrument Departure Chart i) Aerodrorne Chart i) Aerodrorne Obstacle Chart - Type A. k) Precision Approach Terrain Chart l) Aircraft Parking / Docking Chart m) World Aeronautical Chart n) Visual Air Navigation Chart o) Visual Corridor Chart General description of each series Flight Planning Chart This chart is designed to facilitate route selection in the phase of flight operations planning and covers the entire territory of Brazil as well as oceanic areas under Brazil responsibility. It is drawn at a scale of 1: and provides a general view of all ATS routes existing in the airspace under Brazilian jurisdiction with their respective identifications, distances and main radio - aids. COMAER AMDT AIRAC AIP 04/12

11 GEN JUN 12 AIP Enroute Chart Area Chart This chart is designed to facilitate navigation by means of radio aids in accordance with ATS procedures. This is a series of 16 charts, containing Lower ATS Routes (L1/L2, L3/L4, L5/L6 and L7/L8) and Upper ATS Routes (H1/H2, H3/H4, H5/H6 and H7/H8), covering all the Brazilian territory and oceanic areas under Brazilian responsibility. They are all drawn at a scale of 1: An Area Chart provides the pilot with information that facilitates his task both in transitions between enroute flight and the approach to the aerodrome as well as along the flight through areas having ATS Routes complex structures Standard Arrival Chart-Instrument It is intended to provide the aircrew with the information necessary to enable them to comply with the designated standard arrival route instrument from the en-route phase to the approach phase Instrument Approach Chart Landing Chart This chart, conforming to the specifications of Annex 4, is available for all aerodromes be used by general aviation. Whwrw instrument approach procedures have been estabilished. It is printed back to back and is included in the AIP-MAP. This chart is designed to provide illustration of the aerodrome so as to facilitate the approach to the runway in use, providing necessary information for landing at the moment of transition to visual flight. It is contained in the AIP-MAP Manual, together with the Instrument Approach and Landing Charts. It will be changed according to the new standards for the Aerodrome Chart Visual Approach Chart This chart is designed to provide the pilot with a graphic presentation of visual circling procedures during traffic for landing. Charts of this type are only produced for aerodromes where visual traffic justifies it. It may be printed on the reverse of Landing Charts or separately Standard Instrument Departure Chart This chart is designed to enable aircraft to execute departures coordinated by instruments from take off to ATS Routes interception. It is available for aerodromes certified for IFR operations. It is printed back to back and included in the AIP- MAP Manual Aerodrome Chart This chart is designed to provide the aircrew with the information to facilitate ground movement of aircraft, from the parking area up to the runway and vice versa, and to portray the main facilities and services existing at the aerodrome Aerodrome Obstacle Chart Type A This chart is designed to cover all significant obstructions at the aerodrome take-off area. It is included in AD section of this AIP Precision Approach Terrain Chart This chart provides detailed terrain profile information within a defined portion of the final approach so as to enable aircraft operating agencies to assess the effect of the terrain on decision height determination by the use of radio altimeter. It is contained in AD section of this AIP Aircraft Parking / Docking Chart This chart provides the aircrew with detailed information to facilitate the ground movement of aircraft between the taxiways and the aircraft stands and vice versa. The coordinates of the main aircraft stands are shown for the atart of the navigation equipment World Aeronautical Chart This chart provides information to satisfy the requirements of visual air navigation. It is produced at a scale of 1: Visual Air Navigation Chart This chart provides for visual air navigation at low speed, within short and medium distances and flights at low and intermediate altitudes. It is produced at a scale of 1: and corresponds to the current Air Navigation Chart for Military Use, which is being cancelled and replaced gradually by the Visual Air Navigation Chart Visual Corridor Chart This chart shows corridors with defined dimensions where aircraft shall observe pre-established flight conditions designed to the visual traffic flow in heavy traffic areas. AMDT AIRAC AIP 04/12 COMAER

12 AIP GEN JUN List of aeronautical charts available TITLE OF SERIES SCALE NAME or NUMBER PRICE AERONAUTICAL PLANNING CHART 1: FPC L1/L2 and H1/H2 L1/L2, L3/L4 1: L5/L6 and L7/L8 Enroute Chart (ERC) H1/H2, H3/H4 R$ 10,35 H5/H6 and H7/H8 (each) AMAZÔNICA, ANÁPOLIS, BELÉM, BELO HORIZONTE, BRASÍLIA, CORUMBÁ, Ranging between FORTALEZA, FOZ, MACAÉ/ARC 2, Area Chart (ARC) 1: and MACAPÁ, MANAUS, NATAL, R$ 4,95 1: PORTO ALEGRE, RECIFE, (each) SALVADOR, SANTA MARIA. RIO DE JANEIRO/, SÃO PAULO (FRENTE). R$ 10,35 NAVEGANTES/FLORIANÓPOLIS/ CURITIBA (VERSO) Standard Instrument Arrival (STAR) Instrument Approach Chart (IAC) See AIP-MAP See AIP-MAP Land Chart (LC) See AIP-MAP Visual Approach Chart (VAC) Standard Instrument Departure Chart (SID) See AIP-MAP See AIP-MAP Ranging between Aerodrome Chart (ADC) 1:5.000 and See AD and AIP-MAP 1: Ranging between Aerodrome Obstruction Chart - Type A (AOC) 1:2.000 and See AD 1: Precision Approach Terrain Chart (PATC) 1:2.500 See AD Aircraft Parking / Docking Chart (PDC) See AD and AIP-MAP World Aeronautical Chart (WAC) 1: See GEN R$ 13,35 (each) Visual Air Navigation Chart 1: See GEN R$ 13,35 (each) Visual Corridor Chart (CCV) 1: TMA-RJ R$ 13,35 (each) COMAER AMDT AIRAC AIP 04/12

13 GEN JUN 12 AIP GEN Index to the World Aeronautical Chart (WAC) 1: º 62º 56º 50º 8º 8º SERRA PACARAIMA MONTE RORAIMA CABO ORANGE 70º 46º 4º 4º º 0º PICO DA NEBLINA 2949 BOA VISTA 2948 TUMUCUMAQUE 2947 MACAPA' º 35º 0º º 4º JAPURA' MANAUS SANTARE'M BELE'M SÃO LUÍS 3017 FORTALEZA 34º 30º 4º CRUZEIRO DO SUL TABATINGA HUMAITA' 8º 76º ITAITUBA IMPERATRIZ TERESINA NATAL F. DE NORONHA 8º 30º º 75º TARAUACA' PORTO VELHO JI-PARANA' CACHIMBO PORTO NACIONAL PETROLINA 69º RECIFE 12º 33º 16º 67º PRI'NCIPE DA BEIRA CUIABA' 3192 ARAGARÇAS 3191 BRASÍLIA 3190 SALVADOR º 37º CORUMBA' RONDONO'POLIS GOIÂNIA BELO HORIZONTE 20º 3260 BELA VISTA 24º 62º RIO DE CAMPO GRANDE SÃO PAULO JANEIRO 44º º 20º 24º 60º 28º FOZ DO IGUAÇU CURITIBA º 28º URUGUAIANA PORTO ALEGRE 32º 32º 60º 48º RIO DA PRATA 36º 59º 52º 36º AMDT AIRAC AIP 04/12 COMAER

14 AIP WORLD AERONAUTICAL CHARTS (WAC) 1:1,000,000 (ELEVATION IN FT SECOND EDITION) WAC NUMBER AND NAME Cabo Orange Monte Roraima Serra Pacaraima Pico da Neblina Boa Vista Tumucumaque Macapá Fortaleza São Luis Belém Santarém Manaus Japurá Cruzeiro do Sul Tabatinga Humaitá Itaituba Imperatriz Teresina Natal Fernando de Noronha Recife Petrolina Poto Nacional Cachimbo Ji-Paraná Porto Velho Tarauacá Príncipe da Beira Cuiabá Aragarças Brasília Salvador Belo Horizonte Goiânia Rondonópolis Corumbá Bela Vista Campo Grande São Paulo Rio de Janeiro Curitiba Foz do Iguaçu Uruguaiana Poto Alegre Rio da Prata EDITION 4 a 4 a 3 a 4 a 3 a 3 a 4 a 4 a 3 a 4 a 3 a 3 a 4 a 4 a 3 a 3 a 3 a 3 a 3 a 4 a 3 a 3 a 3 a 3 a 3 a 3 a 3 a 4 a 3 a 3 a 3 a 4 a 3 a 4 a 4 a 3 a 3 a 3 a 3 a 3 a 4 a 4 a 3 a 3 a 3 a 4 a DATE dec/06 feb/07 apr/05 mar/07 jul/04 dec/04 oct/08 may/07 dec/04 mar/08 dec/03 dec/03 mar/08 dec/07 oct/03 dec/03 dec/04 jun/05 may/04 jul/04 jul/04 nov/04 dec/04 oct/04 dec/03 dec/04 dec/03 dec/09 mar/03 dec/03 nov/03 mar/09 sep/03 jun/07 nov/10 jun/05 sep/03 may/05 jun/05 may/02 oct/11 aug/08 jun/03 jul/03 nov/02 apr/09 GEN JUN 12 AERONAUTICAL INFO dec/06 feb/07 mar/05 mar/07 jun/04 nov/04 oct/08 apr/07 sep/04 mar/08 nov/03 nov/03 mar/08 dec/07 sep/03 nov/03 nov/04 mar/05 jun/04 jun/04 jun/04 sep/04 nov/04 sep/04 nov/03 nov/04 nov/03 aug/09 feb/03 nov/03 sep/03 mar/09 sep/03 jul/07 may/10 may/05 aug/03 mar/05 mar/05 oct/01 aug/11 aug/08 mar/03 apr/03 sep/02 mar/09 COMAER AMDT AIRAC AIP 04/12

15 GEN JUN 12 AIP GEN INDEX TO VISUAL AIR NAVIGATION CHART (CNAV) 1: AMDT AIRAC AIP 04/12 COMAER

16 AIP LIST OF VISUAL AIR NAVICATION CHART (CNAV) 1: CNAV NUMBER AND NAME Serra Pacaraíma Mutum Cabo Orange Serra Parima Boa Vista Normandia Serra Tumucumaque Oiapoque Amapá Iauaretê Cucuí Serra Gurupira Caracaraí Serra do Acaraí Rio Paru de Este Macapá Ilha Cavaina Vila Bittencourt São Gabriel da Cachoeira Maraâ Barcelos Balbina Oriximiná Almerim Belém Castanhal Cururupu Santa Rita Fonte Boa Tefé Santarém Altamira São Luís Parnaíba Palmeiras do Javari Tabatinga Carauari Coari Manicoré Borba Itaituba Serra do Bacajá Teresina Crateús Fortaleza Natal Cruzeiro do Sul EDITION 1ª 1ª 1ª 1ª 1ª 1ª 1ª DATE apr/07 apr/07 sep/06 dec/05 apr/93 apr/94 apr/94 may/04 jul/05 aug/06 jul/93 jul/93 apr/93 apr/94 apr/94 nov/04 sep/05 aug/06 aug/93 aug/06 apr/07 dec/07 nov/07 dec/07 nov/07 dec/07 sep/08 may/95 aug/93 sep/08 apr/09 oct/09 aug/93 jan/89 sep/08 jul/95 oct/96 sep/08 dec/11 ago/10 ago/10 ago/10 jul/93 jan/89 nov/88 nov/88 ago/10 GEN MAR 13 AERONAUTICAL INFO apr/07 apr/07 aug/06 dec/05 nov/92 mar/94 mar/94 jun/04 jul/05 aug/06 jun/93 mar/93 nov/92 mar/94 mar/94 nov/04 jul/05 jul/06 jun/93 aug/06 apr/07 dec/07 sep/07 dec/07 sep/07 dec/07 aug/08 jan/95 jun/93 sep/08 apr/09 aug/09 jul/93 jul/88 aug/08 jan/95 jul/96 sep/08 dec/11 may/10 may/10 may/10 jun/93 jul/88 jul/88 jul/88 may/10 COMAER AMDT AIRAC AIP 01/13

17 GEN MAR 13 CNAV NUMBER AND NAME EDITION DATE AERONAUTICAL INFO Eirunepé Pauini Humaitá Jacareacanga Novo Progresso Parauapebas Floriano Juazeiro do Norte Patos João Pessoa Marechal Thaumaturgo Tarauacá Rio Branco Porto Velho Machadinho D Oeste Colniza Cachimbo Remanso Petrolina Arapiraca Assis Brasil Xapuri Guajará-Mirim Ji-Paraná Juína Sinop Confresa Príncipe da Beira Vilhena Comodoro Sorriso Canarana Porangatu Casalvasco Barra do Bugres Cuiabá Barra do Garça Taguatinga Cáceres Rondonópolis Jataí Goiânia Paracatu Montes Claros Teófilo Otoni Corumbá Coxim Parnaíba dec/93 dec/09 dec/09 oct/08 aug/08 aug/12 may/93 jan/89 nov/88 nov/88 dec/10 dec/93 jun/93 aug/91 jul/11 dez/11 mar/89 apr/91 apr/91 sep/91 dec/10 jun/93 may/93 aug/91 sep/11 sep/11 aug/12 jun/90 aug/90 oct/91 aug/93 jul/93 jun/93 jul/90 dec/91 aug/93 nov/93 apr/90 mar/89 jul/93 may/93 jul/93 aug/93 aug/93 dec/90 mar/89 mar/89 mar/89 aug/93 oct/09 oct/09 oct/08 aug/08 jun/12 mar/93 jul/88 jul/88 jul/88 jul/10 jul/93 mar/93 jul/91 jun/11 out/11 jan/89 apr/91 apr/91 aug/91 jul/10 mar/93 mar/93 jul/91 aug/11 aug/11 jun/12 jun/90 sep/90 aug/91 jul/93 jun/93 mar/93 jun/90 nov/91 jul/93 oct/91 feb/90 jan/89 jun/93 mar/93 jun/93 jul/93 jul/93 nov/90 apr/89 apr/89 apr/89 AIP AMDT AIRAC AIP 01/13 COMAER

18 AIP CNAV NUMBER AND NAME EDITION DATE GEN NOV 12 AERONAUTICAL INFO Uberaba Belo Horizonte Governador Valadares Campo Grande Andradina São José do Rio Preto Ribeirão Preto Juiz de Fora Vitória Dourados Londrina Bauru São Paulo Rio de Janeiro Cascavel Curitiba Iguape Chapecó Florianópolis Santiago Santa Maria Criciúma Santana do Livramento Porto Alegre Palmares do Sul Rio Grande 2 a 2 a 2 a 2 a 2 a mar/89 mar/89 mar/89 mar/89 mar/89 mar/89 jun/90 nov/89 apr/89 mar/89 mar/89 apr/89 jul/88 jun/90 jan/89 jan/89 jan/89 jan/89 dec/10 apr/05 nov/85 jan/89 nov/05 may/02 dec/10 jun/11 nov/89 mov/89 nov/89 apr/89 apr/89 apr/89 jun/90 nov/89 nov/89 apr/89 jan/89 apr/89 mar/90 jun/90 jul/88 jul/88 jul/88 jul/88 jul/10 mar/05 oct/85 jul/88 oct/05 may/02 jul/10 may/11 2 a COMAER AMDT AIP 08/12

19 GEN NOV 12 AIP GEN Corrections to charts not contained in the AIP The charts followed by an asterisk are included in the AIP. CHART Nº NOME CORRECTION COORDENATE CAP 9410 LUZIÂNIA Plot OBST (antenna), top altitude 4489FT, height 387FT, within S / W coordinates S/ W. CAP 9458 CAMPO GRANDE Revise coordinates of SÍTIO POUSO DO AVIADOR (SSAY) S / W aerodrome from S/ W to S/ W. CAP 9460 TRÊS Revise name from Fazenda Ouriçanga, located within coordinates S / W LAGOAS S/ W, to Faz. Ourissanga, MG, SJEE. CAP 9486 BAURU Revise meridian value from 49º30 W to 48º30 W with coordenates S / W S/ W. CCV-TMA-RJ Plot OBST (antenna) with altitude 518FT, with coordenates S / W S/ W. CNAM 6235 PARNAÍBA Change the coordinates of URT NDB (URUBURETAMA) from S / W S/ W to S/ W. CNAM 6346 CORUMBÁ Include spot elevation with value 1713FT within to the coordinates S/057. Due to the inclusion, revise grid maximum altitude S / W from 1 to 2. CNAM 6347 COXIM Revise altitude value from 883 FT to 1841 FT within coordinates S/ W, and the respective grid maximum elevation from S / W 1 to 2. Revise on this chart, also, the highest known elevation from 1934S / 05429W 2428 FT within coordinates 1917S/05431W to 2503 FT within coordinates 1934S/05429W. CNAM 6350 UBERABA Revise values for the intersection latitude/longitude from to 19S/047W 19S / 046W to 19S/046W on meridian 046W. CNAM 6381 CASCAVEL Revise highest known elevation from 4380FT within coordinates 2541S / 05121W 2512S/05115W to 4492 FT within coordinates 2541S/05121W. CNAV 6283 PETROLINA Revise coordinates of PAULISTANA/Paulistana aerodrome, PI (SNLT), to S/ W, elevation from 1542FT to 1181FT length indication from 11 to S / W CNAV 6338 PARACATU Revise coordinates of UNAI/Unai, MG (SNUN) to S/ W S / W CNAV 6351 BELO Revise elevation of SBPR-BELO HORIZONTE/Carlos Prates aerodrome, S / W HORIZONTE MG, from 2805 FT to 3044 FT. REH RIO DE JANEIRO Revise minimum and maximum heights of LAGOA ROUTE: minimum height from 500FT to 1000FT and maximum height from 1000FT to 1500FT S / W Revise LUPE waypoint coordinates to S/ W. REA SÃO PAULO 1 revise area identification from SBD 422 (Dam) to SBR 422 (Dam) and where it is mentioned updated information until 30 AGO 2007, SEE ENR 5 it should read 22 OUT WAC 2947 SANTARÉM Revise name of navaid within coordinates S/ W from S / W PARINTINS VOR/DME-NDB to ITACOATIARA NDB. Add navaid PARINTINS S / W VOR/DME within coordinates S/ W. WAC 3017 TEREZINA Revise elevation of SNQG-FLORIANO/Cangapara aerodrome, PI, from S / W 659FT to 689FT. WAC TARAUACA Revise coordinates of JORDÃO location from S/ W to S / W S/ W. WAC 3138 CUIABÁ Revise elevation of SWGZ - NOVA OLIMPIA/Faz. Guanabara aerodrome, S / W MT, from 1020FT to 988FT S / W Revise RWY lenght of aerodrome SWOT - SAPEZAL/Faz. Planorte, MT from 2400m to 1200m. WAC 3140 BRASÍLIA Revise altitude value of SBBR -BRASÍLIA/PRES. JUSCELINO KUBITSCHEK, S / W aerodrome, DF, from 3479FT to 3497FT. WAC 3141 SALVADOR Revise NDB name within coordenates 1452S/04052W from OURINHOS to 1452S / 04052W CONQUISTA. WAC 3262 SÃO PAULO Revise elevation of SBPR-BELO HORIZONTE/Carlos Prates aerodrome, S / W MG, from 2805FT to 3044FT. AMDT AIP 08/12 COMAER

20 AIP GEN JUN 12 CHART Nº NOME CORRECTION COORDENATE WAC 3262 SÃO PAULO Revise coordinates of SDMH - MIRASSOL/Mirassol aerodrome, SP, from S / W 2248S/4929W to S/ W. WAC 3314 FOZ DO Revise name from SSFE-FOZ DO IGUAÇU/Estancia Hercules S / W IGUAÇU aerodrome, PR, to S/ W. COMAER AMDT AIP 05/12

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