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Help me to identify this type of aircraft.......

Good day,

1st post, ("long time" lurker!), so bear with me! Not sure if this belongs in "Flying", but I thought you prop-heads enjoy a little quest.

Saw this aircraft, photographed it; and called it a Cessna 188, and didn`t think anything about it, look:

Today I received an E-mail of a person that seemed adamant that this is actually concerns a Piper Pawnee Brave. He mentioned the wing struts, but they may have been taken off for maintenance purposes.

Anybody really convinced on here?

Cheers,

Ultra Long Hauler

The aircraft on your photograph is a PA-36 Pawnee Brave.

Regards from the Antipodes, ANTEK

YSCB

Hi ULH,

I'm with ANTEK and your e-mailer - it's a Pawnee Brave.

Regards,

AndyW

EGNT

The DGAC in Ecuador agrees with ANTEK

FAPSA HC-BJM PIPER PA-36-300 1981 OPERATIVO FUMIGACION

You can find this information on their Website at Choose Parque Aeronáutico and then search in the listing for REGION II - COSTA, it's no 99 on the list.

Mike

KSAV Savannah Hilton Head International USA, EGHP Popham UK

Thanks folks,

you seem united!!

As for the website of la DGAC, I tried that; but for some reason it didn`t work, a few days ago. I then put the registration# in Google, also to no avail.

I stand corrected, I will now have to do the correct thing, and right the wrong!

Much obliged!

Ultra Long Hauler
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