Passed midnight on Thursday, June 3, flight AA 946 departed from Quito International Airport headed to Miami, becoming American Airline’s third daily frequency from Ecuador’s capital city airport to the United States.

Corporación Quiport’s Board of Directors announced an important change in the leadership of the concession company of the airport service of Quito. Andrew O'Brian, current President and CEO of Quiport, presented his resignation in past days to the group of shareholders, made up of Odinsa from Colombia, CCR from Brazil and HAS-Development Corporation (HAS-DC) from the United States. Ramón Miró, who has held the presidency of HAS-DC in the city of Houston, will assume the role of new President and CEO of Quiport as of June 1, 2021.

In response to multiple requests from users and passengers of the Quito International Airport, Corporación Quiport once more shares the requirements approved by the National COE to enter Ecuador by air:

As of today, Ramón Miró is officially the new President and General Director of Corporación Quiport, the concessionaire in charge of the administration, operation and maintenance of the Mariscal Sucre International Airport in Quito.

  • The government will allow mobility to and from airports for people carrying air tickets.
  • Quiport recommends that passengers stay informed about the status of their flights.

The National COE resolved on Wednesday, March 17, 2021 the following guidelines for entering the country, which will come into effect as of 00:00 on Monday, March 22, 2021: