The deserted runway of San Vicente. This airport used to have Boeing 737´s from Quito etc but nowadays only 1 mere LSA is based here. I hope for this airfield to stay open!
Being prepared for a flight.
This machine is called "El Gordis", which stands for the "Fat One". The whole Agroaereo fleet has interesting names, which makes each plane a little special.
Here seen in the Arica hangar.
Parked on a quiet day.
Still with the N-reg, I have no information on this frame.
Upon arrival from Manta (SEMT) I managed to shoot our ride. Beautiful plane, and a smooth jaunt! During this short trip we climbed to 12,000 feet, cruising at 240 knots.
The convenient runway of Barbones / Samuel Quimi.
This is a trainer for Grand Aviation.
Nice Thrush parked here at Barbones.
One of the very well maintained fleet of Agroaereo.
Parked here at Guayaquil.
Accompanying Ecuador`s president on a trip to a brand new gas terminal at the beach. He didn`t ride this cool one though, he chose to hop on a more conventional Dhruv. Another poor decision by thi... (more)
Starting the take off roll.
One of the few Cirrus in Ecuador, this one is operated by Laensa and is based at Guayaquil.