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. 

Cargo exports continued from Mariscal Sucre Airport despite the difficult situation faced in the country, and particularly the flower industry, during the protests and indigenous mobilization which ended recently. The cargo agencies at Tabacarcen and the palletizers at the airport’s export terminal continued to operate and flights which landed at the airport were dispatched. 

Corporación Quiport informs that the operations of the Quito International Airport have remained open during the previous days of strike and there have been no cancellations or deviations of flights as of Saturday, October 5 as a result of the protests underway in the city and country.

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.

Airlines at Quito International Airport are resuming normal operations today, after the indigenous protest was called off last night. The airport is open for business, and it has remained open during this challenging time.

  • Corporación Quiport joined the Airport Carbon Accreditation program in 2015, and now Mariscal Sucre Airport is the first international airport in Latin America and the Caribbean to reach carbon neutral status.