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I've looked everywhere and I can't find what it means. The context is someone is looking for a car in a car park and says:

¿Ahí, no es el que está al lado del señor de los avioncitos?

It's driving me insane!

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  • Welcome to Spanish Language! We'll try to answer your question, but we may need more information. Could you please tell us the country in which you heard that? For now, I can tell you that an "avioncito" is just a little "avión".
    – Charlie
    Nov 27 '16 at 18:07
  • It looks like they are pointing something that is just next to a guy with some little planes (maybe in a park where someone is playing with some drones?) Nov 27 '16 at 20:05
  • Looks like it was taken from this article published in an Argentine magazine. If so, it most probably refers to someone who sells airplane-shaped kites, which are commonly sold at Argentine beaches (such as the one where the events in the article take place).
    – JMVanPelt
    Nov 27 '16 at 22:08
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    Thanks for your replies, I'm in the UK and it's part of a translation, I think the kite guy makes sense when I read the rest of it. Muchísima gracias
    – Debs
    Nov 27 '16 at 23:50
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Looks like it was taken from the article ¿Vacaciones soñadas?: cuando la playa es una pesadilla, published in a women's magazine from Argentina. If so, it most probably refers to someone who sells airplane-shaped kites, which are commonly sold at Argentine beaches (such as the one where the events in the article take place).

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