Cruzeiro do Sul Western Route 45

 

Cruzeiro do Sul

 

Cruzeiro do Sul came from the Syndicato Condor, a Lufthansa subsidiary founded in 1927 operating passenger and mail services in Brazil. It was renamed Cruzeiro do Sul in 1943.

 

Originally the airline had operated German Junkers aircraft but by 1945 the availability of spares was becoming difficult. So in 1945 Cruzeiro do Sul upgraded the aircraft to DC3s.

 

The flights below came from the February 45 Cruzeiro do Sul Western Route timetable from www.timetableimages.com .

 

 

Rio de Janeiro Corumba

 

Heading

Distance

Down

City Name

ICAO

Up

Heading

Distance

276

0

0700

Rio de Janeiro

SBGL

1600

-

194.1

325

194.1

0920

Sao Paulo

SBSP

1410

096

256.7

306

256.7

1145

Aracatuba

SBAU

1130

144

074.2

291

074.2

1240

Tres Lagoas

SSTL

1045

125

168.6

312

168.6

1420

Campo Grande

SBCG

0900

111

190.7

-

190.7

1615

Corumba

SBCR

0700

130

0

 

Corumba Porto Velho

 

Heading

Distance

Down

City Name

ICAO

Up

Heading

Distance

036

0

0700

Corumba

SBCR

1730

-

220.5

270

220.5

0915

Cuiaba

SBCY

1530

219

090.5

311

090.5

1030

Caceres

SWKC

1420

088

450.7

340

450.7

1520

Forte Principe

SWPB

1000

128

110.2

040

110.2

1650

Guajara-Mirim

SBGM

0840

160

148.8

-

148.8

1815

Porto Velho

SBPV

0700

223

0

 

Porto Velho Xapuri

 

Heading

Distance

Down

City Name

ICAO

Up

Heading

Distance

263

0

0700

Porto Velho

SBPV

1310

-

246.5

227

246.5

0925

Rio Branco

SBRB

1105

081

059.9

-

059.9

0955

Xapuri

SWXU

1015

045

0