Ecuador’s geographical diversity contributes to a wide range of climates and ecosystems within a relatively small area, making it a country of significant ecological and cultural richness. The country is located in the northwestern part of South America, bordered by Colombia to the north, Peru to the east and south, and the Pacific Ocean to the west. Ecuador’s topography is incredibly diverse, encompassing four distinct regions: Coastal Lowlands, Andean Highlands, Amazon Rainforest, and Gal├ípagos Islands.

Its topography can present certain challenges when flying in Ecuador, largely due to the country’s diverse topography which ranges from sea level to a maximum of 6000 meters above sea level. As well as variable weather conditions, and specific geographical features. Pilots need to consider factors such as high-altitude operations, mountainous terrain, and coastal weather patterns.

New-Sense Geophysics specializes in high altitude airborne geophysics surveys, our helicopter and fixed-wing operators are typically trained on site and rigorously follow international aviation standards and regulations. Pilots are trained to handle the specific challenges associated with flying in a diverse and dynamic environment.

More than 30,000 line kilometers  have been collected here by New-Sense Geophysics since 2009.

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