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Email Autor Correction ID #368168 / 488 Views
27-July-2005
Iberia's A340-313 taking off runway 17. Tower reported crosswind gusts up to 33KTS!
Email Autor Correction ID #364150 / 362 Views
7-July-2004
 
Preparing for a long and high landing to avoid a long taxi. That's why we are so high up on short final.
Email Autor Correction ID #364145 / 213 Views
5-July-2004
HC-CDT One of Icaro's Fokker F-28-4000 flight deck. Taken at SEQU before push-back. Thanks to the pilots for letting me in the jumpseat! (more of HC-CDT)
Email Autor Correction ID #364138 / 2000 Views
13-July-2005
CC-CRG LAN Ecuador's B767-300 holding short of rwy21 while it's twin sibling is on a landing roll. Taken from a Piper Tomahawk PA-38 turning to final and about to land. (more of CC-CRG)
Email Autor Correction ID #364107 / 463 Views
5-July-2005
HC-CDW One of Icaro's F-28-4000 taxiing to rwy 35 for take-off. Check out "El Cotopaxi" in the background. It's the highest volcano in activity in the world and only about 30 nautical miles from the city and airport of Quito! Taken from its twin sibling's cockpit HC-CDT. (more of HC-CDW)
Email Autor Correction ID #252350 / 311 Views
16-June-2004
HC-BJI Isn't the area of Tulcan at the border with Colombia gorgeous? I think so too. This was during my first cross-country flight to Tulcan (SETU). (more of HC-BJI)
Email Autor Correction ID #252349 / 198 Views
26-June-2004
HC-BJI Coming back from Latacunga (SELT) on a cross-country flight. After getting clearance to cross the upwind leg of rwy 35, we were getting incorporated into a left downwind (right traffic pattern is prohibited for rwy 17) . I apologize for the window reflection but it was a really sunny day and I couldn't avoid it. Still the scenery outside looks amazing. Notice how the airport is right in the middle of the city! (more of HC-BJI)
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17-August-2004
HC-BJI Photo taken on a gorgeous summer morning in Quito and on our way back from Ibarra on a cross-country flight. This airport is one of the most demanding international airports for commercial aircraft due to the high terrain and mountain surroundings (field elevation 9,228ft) (more of HC-BJI)