27 March 2024

Roland opens its doors at Quito airport

Two Roland commercial islands located in the domestic and international commercial corridor of the Quito airport were inaugurated today with a special event. These new spaces will offer passengers a range of products ranging from pajamas and underwear to t-shirts, stuffed animals and accessories, aimed at men, women, boys and girls. The opening ceremony was attended by authorities from Roland, […]

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18 March 2024

Temporary suspension of operations at the Quito airport due to preventive maintenance work on the runway

Corporación Quiport, concessionaire of the Quito International Airport, informs about the temporary suspension of air operations at the Mariscal Sucre airport due to preventive maintenance work on the runway. The maintenance work, which will cover around 70,275 m2 on the runway, ensures efficiency and safeguards safety in air operations, as well as avoiding unexpectedclosures due to emergency […]

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11 March 2024

Quito Airport is recognized as the best in Latin America and the Caribbean in the category of 5 to 15 million passengers

Airports Council International (ACI) World, in partnership with the leading travel technology company, Amadeus, announced the best airports in customer experience around the world, chosen by passengers, through the renowned Airport Service Quality (ASQ) awards, in which the Mariscal Sucre International Airport achieved recognition as the best airport in Latin America and the Caribbean in the category […]

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6 March 2024

JetSMART takes off with its first inaugural flight to Peru

• This March 6, the ultra-low-cost airline that arrived in Ecuador at the end of 2023, begins its operations in the Ecuadorian capital with 3 destinations: Lima, Cuscoand Arequipa. • The airline expects to transport more than 94 thousand passengers in the first year of operation in Ecuador. JetSMART, the renowned ultra-low-cost South American airline, started official operations this […]

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1 March 2024

Municipal institutions and civil society come together to prevent wildlife trafficking

With this event we commemorate World Wildlife Day, a day to remember that people around the world depend on resources based on wildlife and biodiversity to meet our needs, from food to fuel, medicine, living place and clothing. To be able to enjoy the benefits and beauty that nature offers to us and our planet. The Secretariate of Environment of […]

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1 March 2024

Quito Mariscal Sucre International Airport: excellence in punctuality

In the vertiginous world of aviation, punctuality represents a crucial distinctive. The delay of one flight can trigger a series of delays on several additional flights, which in many cases implies costs for airlines, airports and, of course, passengers. In this scenario, Quito Mariscal Sucre International Airport wins the title of “Most On-TimeAirport” in the small airport category, according […]

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23 February 2024

Quiport celebrates the 50 million passenger milestone at Quito airport.

Today, with a special event, the 50 million passenger at the Mariscal Sucre International Airport was celebrated. The airport began its operations in the new location on February 20th, 2013. According to estimates and statistics, within the group of passengers on the flights waiting in the international pre-boarding hall A11, the lucky one was found. Since it is impossible to determine […]

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22 February 2024

Quiport shares good sustainable practices in the Responsible Tourism Forum

On Thursday, February 22nd, Ramón Miró, President and CEO of Quiport, participated as a panelist in the 1st Responsible Tourism Forum, organized by the British Ecuadorian Chamber (BRITCHAM UIO) in Qutio. The event brought together national and international experts in the tourism sector to address crucial issues about the sustainable development of the sector. Quiport was part of the “Good Practices and Challenges Panel […]

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14 February 2024

2024 Valentine’s season ends with a record thanks to the growth of exports

• With 26,466 tons, a growth of 17.3% was registered compared to 2023 Valentine’s Day, the highest since 2013. • With 1,942 tons of cargo exported, Friday, February 2nd, was the day of the season with the highest volume.  • The expansion of the export cargo terminal was key to enhancing operational efficiency. 2024 Valentine’s flower export season ended […]

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