Aeromexico resumed operations this Sunday in Quito with an offer of three weekly flights to Mexico City. To celebrate the return of the airline in Ecuador, the Mariscal Sucre International Airport in Quito received the Mexican aircraft with the traditional arch of water.

  • The flight arrived yesterday afternoon and left this morning with 50 tons of flowers bound for Montreal.

On July 17, the National Emergency Operations Committee (COE) authorized the increase of air frequencies in Ecuador from 30% to 50% as of August 1.

The flight left this afternoon for Guayaquil and Madrid. Starting August, the airline will offer two weekly flights between Ecuador and Spain.

  • The flight arrived yesterday afternoon and left this morning with 50 tons of flowers bound for Montreal.

FlyingPro Civil Aeronautics Training Center, located at Quito's Mariscal Sucre International Airport and the Pastaza Aviation School signed a Cooperation Agreement with the objective that FlyingPro provide technological tools for safety and proficiency to pilots in training of the Pastaza Aviation School through continuous training on the ALX-80 simulator. The agreement also contemplates face-to-face training in Quito, as well as - in the short term - virtual classes in accordance to the recent trends.