Shell Mera Rio Amazonas Airport
Shell Mera Rio Amazonas Airport is an airport located in Shell Mera, Pastaza Province, Ecuador. The airport was constructed in 1937 by Royal Dutch Shell (from where the town takes its name along with that of the settlement of Mera, 8km to the northwest). The airport was taken over by the Mission Aviation Fellowship in 1949, who continue to operate the airport to this day.
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