First Flights to El Salvador

First Flights to El Salvador (HM1QJ5)

Location: San Salvador, San Salvador San Salvador
Country: El Salvador
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N 13° 42.209', W 89° 11.695'

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Primeros Vuelos a El Salvador

Cuando se propuso que los primeros aviones volarán a Centro América, se escogió al Campo de Marte porque poseía una amplia pista para poder realizar el aterrizaje. El primer piloto que aterrizo en El Salvador fue el italiano Francés Durafour en 1900, presentando un espectáculo acrobático. El aviador italiano Luis Venditti también aterrizo luego un avión "Anrriot" Francés en el Campo de Marte.English translation:When it was proposed that the first aircraft would fly to Central America, the Campo de Marte was chosen because it had a long landing strip. The first pilot that landed in El Salvador was the Italian Francois Durafour in 1900, presenting an acrobatic show. The Italian aviator Luis Venditti later landed a French "Anrriot" airplane at the Campo de Marte.
HM NumberHM1QJ5
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Date Added Tuesday, January 19th, 2016 at 9:01pm PST -08:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)16P E 262616 N 1516010
Decimal Degrees13.70348333, -89.19491667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 13° 42.209', W 89° 11.695'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds13° 42' 12.54" N, 89° 11' 41.7" W
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Closest Postal AddressAt or near Alameda Juan Pablo II, San Salvador San Salvador , SV
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