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Here we see Webjet's PR-WJU disturbing the water as it accelerates to take off from SDU's main runway, which is just a little over 1300m long. The airport is located in the city center, surrounded by mountains and with no ILS. One of the most difficult landings in the world.


Canon 5D Mark II

Canon 100-400mm f/4.0-5.6

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Comments (7)
Posted by Leonardo Mello on February 20, 2012

Hey Renato, Congratulations on your P.C.A.!!! I voted in your shot, nice to see that you've got your place. Best regards! Leo

Posted by Junio Gracielo on February 20, 2012

Vary good!!!

Posted by Rodrigo Rodriguez on February 09, 2012

One of the best photos that I've seen on and from Santos Dumont Aiport . It's awesome . Congratulations to Renato !

Posted by Fabio Lima Ferreira on February 07, 2012

NICE!!! Congratulations!

Posted by Eduardo de Barros R. Perez on February 07, 2012

Perfect Shot Renato! Nice overview! Congrats!

Posted by Gabriela Mello on February 06, 2012

Amazing Shot. Rio de Janeiro sure is the Wonderful City. It is a great landing comming over the Guanabara Bay...

Posted by Marseno Bremer on February 06, 2012

Nice overview!!

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