Quito, September 11, 2017 - For the fourth consecutive time the Mariscal Sucre International Airport (MSIA) of Quito was awarded the South America´s Leading Airport prize.  During a ceremony held on September 9 at the Mexican Maya Riviera Hard Rock Hotel, the cargo and passenger terminal of the Ecuadorian capital ratified its leadership in the region, having been ranked above the airports of Bogota, Brasilia, Buenos Aires, Lima, Rio de Janeiro and Santiago de Chile, also nominated in that category.

Quito, September 7, 2017: Corporación Quiport informs that American Airlines and JetBlue, which operate non-stop flights from Quito to Miami and Fort Lauderdale airports, are cancelling their flights as of Thursday, September 7, to Sunday, September 10, due to hurricane Irma hitting the Caribbean and its imminent landfall in Florida, United States.

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.

Quito, September 11, 2017 - Andrew O’Brian, President and CEO of CORPORACIÓN QUIPORT, was awarded the 2017 South America’s Leading Personality Award by the World Travel Awards (WTA) due to his great performance and successful administration of the Quito International Airport. 

  • 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.