Just about to taxi away, fully loaded. A new livery, compared to her (accident) picture in the data base. Data plate checked by myself.
Beautiful 750hp beast, seen resting at lunchtime. Data plate checked by myself.
This aircraft actually spent 5 years in Uruguay, before being imported to Ecuador. Data plate checked by myself.
Parked at the end of the runway, San Pablo is home to 2 Turbo Thrushes and a few other piston powered crop dusters. Data plate checked by myself.
Just arrived in container from the USA. Will be re-flagged as a local aircraft for the flight school "Sky Ecuador". New registration: HC-CRJ. Dataplate checked by myself.
Just arrived from the USA, will be reflagged as an Ecuadorean aircraft. The operator will be Quirola.
They just finished painting her in Macas, and now she is on her way to the Galapagos Islands where she will be serving tourists between islands.
Parked at her home base for some maintenance. Data plate checked by myself.
I hope they will patch her up again, some day!
In a new livery, compared to the 1st picture in the data base. She used to be a trainer at the old Quito airport, now privately owned in the Ecuadorean jungle.
Being prepared for another local flight with freight and pax.
Just arrived from the USA, will be reflagged as an Ecuadorean aircraft.
This runway has a huge wall around it, and things are secretive. However, they could not stop our aircraft and once inside the people were actually quite welcoming.
3 or 4 crop dusters can normally be found here; at this airfield "La Maria" in Balao.
Being prepared for an urgent ambulance flight to Cuenca. Data plate checked by myself.