• The agreement includes matters related to cooperation in airport management, exchange of information between both companies and training to develop best practices in user and passenger service.

  • An airport does not merely benefit its users and passengers.  It also represents an opportunity for growth for its neighboring populations. This November the Mariscal Sucre International Airport has opened one of the first stores in the region offering products 100% generated by families who live in the parishes surrounding the area.

Corporación Quiport participated in the 27th Airports Council International (ACI) Annual General Assembly, represented by Mr. Andrew O’Brian, President and CEO of the concessionaire company for the Quito International Airport.  Mr. O’Brian attended the forum of airport industry CEO’s from around the world as Vice President of the Board of Directors of ACI Latin America and the Caribbean (ACI-LAC).

  • The lounge, which is visited by more than 12,000 passengers per month, was inaugurated on November 20th.  It was designed with the objective of creating an elegant and friendly environment inspired in the country’s, city’s and the travelers’ needs.

With the valuable participation of Corporación Quiport, the 27th Airports Council International - Latin America & Caribbean (ACI-LAC) General Assembly was concluded last Thursday, November 9 in San Jose, Costa Rica.  Quiport’s delegation was composed of Andrew O’Brian, President and Director General; Carlos Criado, Commercial Director; Allan Padilla, Operations Director; and Jaime Pérez, Social Responsibility Manager.

On October 19, 2017, the Quito International Airport inaugurated a chapel where individuals can freely exercise their faith. The chapel, located at the Quito Airport Center building in front of the passenger terminal, will be available to users and travelers circulating through its facilities.