Takeoff and departure
Ready for a red-eye flight. It’s 2230LT.
Waiting for the pushback clearance.
Taxi lights on.
Towards the active runway.
Approaching the runway.
Before takeoff checklist.
Turning heading north.
Our initial routing takes us over Kloten.
Slowly climbing into the night.
The satellite image showing weather over the Atlantic for this flight. Expecting some CBs.
The same clouds over BOTNO.
Over DELAX stepping up to FL350.
At ERETU reporting the position to Atlantic Centre.
Entering the Brazilian airspace. Recife in the distance.
São Paulo ahead.
Vectored by Guarulhos tower.
São Paulo stopover
On the final approach.
Vacating the runway.
Crossing 09L at 0400LT.
Turnaround time. Preparing the flight for Santiago.
Taxiing towards the runway 09L.
The military apron in the background.
The day is breaking.
Sharp turn after the initial climb. SID informs us not to cross CGO VOR radial 072 as the Congonhas traffic is ahead.
Tietê river below.
Overflying the São Paulo downtown.
Crossing the Congonhas airspace.
The sun is rising.
In the Argentinian airspace. Paraná River winds into the distance.
Sierra de Córdoba.
Approaching the Andes.
Overflying the Andes.
Landing in Santiago
Starting to descent.
A turn over UMKAL.
Landing lights on.
Towards the terminal.
At the gate.
- Project Open Sky A340 / PSS A340 panel
- LSZH by FreeZ
- Switzerland Professional by Flylogic
- Guarulhos by World Sceneries
- Mega Sao Paulo PhotoReal by Paulo Ricardo
- SCEL2005 by Andres Valenzuela O./Franco Zunino S.