• Investments of more than US$ 130 million since its inauguration, multiple local and international recognitions, increased passenger and cargo capacity, all this added to the scope of its Social Responsibility programs are some of the achievements that summarize the impact of the Quito airport during its five years of existence.

  • The aviation industry will gather in Quito next week (13-15 February) at the 11th annual Routes Americas to plan and negotiate new air services within North and South America and the Caribbean.

  • The peak cargo season at the Mariscal Sucre International Airport began on January 20 and will last until February 10. The air terminal has an expanded cargo platform to park large-size aircraft simultaneously, allowing a cargo of 15,000 tons of flowers – 15.4 % more than last year—to reach the world for the Valentine’s Day celebrations.

  • As of April 13, the route will add 3 new weekly frequencies.
  • This increase will offer greater connectivity for the region.
  • During 2017, Aeromexico transported 20 percent more passengers on this route than in 2016.

  • The event brings together 40 airport operations and security professionals from all over the world in order to discuss current issues in this field and share best industry practices.

The Mariscal Sucre International Airport Firefighters won the first place in a competition organized by Airline Network News and Analysis (anna.aero) that honors the best water arch salute during an arriving or departing inaugural flight.