Alas de Socorro stands for “Wings of Help”, this is a religious outfit flying to small towns.
Looking good, I guess she will be assembled again. Not yet registered in Ecuador, to my knowledge. Dataplate checked by myself.
Very good looking 1960 Cessna 182C! Dataplate checked by myself.
Good looking Cessna 172, from 1999; now serving for a flying school.
Being repaired after an accident, here in the hangar of “Alas de socorro”.
The secretive runway of Taura.
Parked here in the police terminal of Guayaquil.
Good looking Cessna 150, from 1976; now serving for a flying school.
The ex runway of Quito, now part of a park.
The very complicated runway of Huaira Pamba, high in the Andes mountains.
I think she belongs to a tuna boat, she was here for maintenance.
Alas del Socorro stands for “Wings of Help”, this is a religious outfit flying to small towns.
Taking off from Playas.
Brand spanking new, and is waiting for paperwork before starting to operate in the Ecuadorean jungle.