• These spaces are for passengers traveling with their pets, with hygienic facilities for companion and service animals to stay hydrated and relieve themselves.

From 2019 to 2020, Corporación Quiport, concessionaire of the airport service, will execute the project to expand the passenger terminal and apron, with an investment of US$ 60 million.

From October 27 at Quito Airport, passengers can enjoy an innovative experience onboard the Dreamliner 787-900, operated by Air France. The modern aircraft arrived in Quito for the first time yesterday from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport. 

  • This system helps to reduce cancellations, delays or diversions due to fog, increasing capacity at the airport to high international safety standards.

  • The low-cost Mexican airline will operate 7 weekly flights and shows the great potential for growth of this route between the capital cities of Ecuador and Mexico.

The average growth rate in passenger traffic in Latin America between January and June 2019 is 5.6% per annum.  This was announced by the Airports Council International Latin America - Caribbean (ACI-LAC) during today’s Board meeting in Bogotá.