A foggy night in Quito a couple of years ago.
Parked at La Virgen, a very quiet little airfield with very few movements. Thanks to Chris C. for his help in positioning the camera from this difficult angle! Great co-piloting that day!
No, not destroyed by this roof collapsing. It was destroyed before! Huge shame, one of the few Gyro`s in Ecuador.
The club`s finest during an in between stop at Santa Rosa, on their way to the airfield of Macará, close to the Peruvian border.
Seen here in the dark Aerotaisha hangar. This aircraft was based at Santa Rosa (SERO) for a while but now serves the remote jungle communities from Macas.
Dumped at a scrapyard behind the airport. Impacted a pole and crashed while on approach to the Macas runway 30/8/13, so I was told.
Having just arrived from a local flight, this plane is always busy supporting remote jungle communities.
One of the numerous planes of Aero Sangay, just arriving from a local flight with cargo and pax.
One of Aero Sangay`s birds, just arrived from a local flight.
Aero Sangay runs quite a few planes around Ecuador`s jungle.
Now on display, this aircraft has actually flown as far as Quito. There are rumors that she may be put back in operational condition soon.
One of the gems of Aero Regional. Unfortunately crashed on Sunday 19th of July, injuring the pilot and killing a cow.
Pretty old lady, seen at Macas. Previously registered as N863JA at "Jonas Aircraft & Arms" in New York; according to an old plaque in the cabin
Being prepared for an urgent ambulance flight to Cuenca. Data plate checked by myself.
One of the Cessna`s of AeroMorona, with a "Colibri" hanging there, preserved; in the background.