Effective Advertising For An AereoTaxi Service?

by Judy and Mark

Is that a plane flying low over the road up ahead?

Is that a plane flying low over the road up ahead?

Is that a plane flying low over the road up ahead?
No... it must be a plane on a stick...
Oh, It's stuck on a billboard... It's an advertisement
So is this  effective Advertising For An AereoTaxi Service or what?

Well, I have to say it must be effective advertising for an aereotaxi service, because it certainly caught OUR eye!


I do admit that almost ANY airplane catches our eye... and with something like this, we just have to stop and take photos to share with you here on our Just Plane Fun page.

(And we'd love for you to share any fun things you've seen with us too... hint, hint.... At the end of our story, click to go back to Just Plane Fun to find an easy to use form.)

So Where IS This?

In Uruguay... and there we were driving down the highway... between Montevideo and Punta del Este enjoying the scenery.

And then wait... we both saw it at the same time and said, “What is that up there?”

Zipping by at 65 mph, there was all kinds of speculation in a hurry...

    Looks like a plane...

    Hope it's an airplane on a stick...
    because it's way too low over the highway...

    ....and he can't be trying to land, because he's crossways to it.

    Oh... it’s an ADVERTISEMENT!

    Wow, that’s kinda different.


We actually drove right past it on our way to Punta del Este... but only because we knew we were coming back the same road. We made it a point to be on the lookout for it on our return to Montevideo so we could get photos.

We thought it was just plane fun to stop on the side of the highway and try to get pictures to tell you our little story... we just love making up stories about airplanes!

Getting closer, it's pretty obvious this plane isn't going anywhere any time soon. Gives a whole new meaning to "feather the left engine" doesn't it?

Actually, if your plane is in that bad a shape, then maybe using it this way IS one way to use it.... but... effective advertising for an aereotaxi service? It catches your eye, but I'm not sure it instills much confidence!

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