The Rebeldes, seen at Duapese!
The terminal of Cumbaratza, Zamora.
You don`t see many choppers at Samuel Quimi.
The runway of Gualaquiza.
One of the many R-44`s operated by Nirsa.
Approaching over the city of Quito, what a view! I am very thankful to have visited the old Mariscal Sucre airport a couple of months before it was closed.
She is now called "el Cuervo", which means the crow. Data plate checked by myself.
She is called "el Noble", the noble one.
The runway of Ayangue.
At the Aeroparque Los Rebeldes.
Work continues on a Saturday, at Samuel Quimi.
Wow! Completely destroyed after barely one year in service. Crashed while crop dusting in the vicinity of this airfield.
The only gyrocopter in Ecuador.
Just in from Panama! Will be re-flagged to an Ecuadorean chopper.
Seen here in her new colors!