Second Drug-Related Plane on Ecuadorian Soil
A second plane has been found in Ecuador, allegedly linked to drug trafficking. This is a Cessna plane with an ecuadorian registration mark HH-CMN, but with a Mexican flag stuck on the left side, which landed at 17:45 on Saturday at the Mar Abierto track, located between San Pablo and Morillo communes, in the province of Santa Elena.
The owner of the hangar, Jose Emilio Bruzzone Roldos representative of Hidroguayas Inc., said through a statement, he has filed a complaint with the Office of Santa Elena and the Directorate of Civil Aviation for the safety violation of the hangar and the company’s track.
Buzzone adds that Hidroguayas Inc. have permission for the use of its three legally registered planes and that he does not know the origin of the Drug-Related plane. (MZ)
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