The Safety Management System of Corporación Quiport – the company that manages and operates the Mariscal Sucre International Airport in Quito – informs that, as of today, November 4, the Global Reporting Format for Runway Surface Conditions, the standardized methodology in the airline industry to assess and report on the condition of the aerodrome runway surface, also known as GRF, will come into effect. 

The Private Aviation services of the Mariscal Sucre International Airport are now complete with the recent inauguration of a modern and top of the line hangar, complete with all necessary services and security equipment. The hangar is the newest addition to the renovated passenger terminal and the aircraft-parking platform offered by Ecuacentair FBO, the company that operates private aviation at the Quito airport.

The quality of passenger service is presently one of the fundamental pillars on which the airport industry is erected, and a factor that has gained significant relevance due to the COVID-19 health crisis, which has to do with the way in which airports are taking care of the health of their passengers, as well as of their collaborators.

Capacity increases from 50% to 100% in pre-boarding and arrivals areas.

In public areas the capacity increases from 50% to 75%.

Temperature controls and sanitary requirements for travel will be maintained.

  • The airline has an offer of 6 weekly flights and more than 7,000 monthly seats.
  • Passengers can buy their tickets at MyApp Avianca, airline offices and travel agencies.
  • The main benefits of this new route are boosting the economy, improving connectivity and favoring commercial and tourist interchange.

Quito airport received this accreditation for the first time in August 2020 and the present renewal will be valid until September 2022.