• It will operate four flights a week with Boeing 747-8F and 747-400 aircraft.
  • The air cargo transport supply from the Quito airport will increase. 
  • 191,601 metric tons were transported through the Ecuadorian capital’s airport in 2016.

May 9, 2017 -  During a visit to the Mariscal Sucre International Airport, the work performed by Corporación Quiport on Corporate Social Responsibility was presented to members of the Ecuadorian Social Responsibility Consortium (“CERES” by its Spanish initials) and to executives of several companies that belong to CERES and who manage similar projects.

  • The International Civil Aviation Organization is a United Nations agency specialized in civil aviation.
  • Quito was the first stopping point of a visit that includes three Ecuadorian cities.
  • The members of the ICAO Council held an official meeting in this country featuring “Aviation and Environment” issues.

Quito, May 25, 2017.  Starting from Tuesday, on the 23rd day of May, , the Mariscal Sucre International Airport in Quito, in coordination with the Presidency of the Republic of Ecuador, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the National Secretary of Communications, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation , the Police Department and the Armed Forces, has welcomed the 34 foreign delegations – ten of which  were led by presidents and heads of state – that arrived  in order to attend the inauguration ceremony of the elected President of the Republic of Ecuador Lenín Moreno Garcés for the 2017-2021 term.

  • It also received an award for Best Airport Staff in South America.
  • Additionally, it ranks among the 52 best airports in the world.
  • It maintains its 4-star qualification due to the high quality standards offered to users and passengers.

  • Airport Service Quality Surveys is a tool to collaborate with the airports for the ongoing improvement in customer service.
  • The awards ceremony will be held in October at the Republic of Mauritius in Africa.