Quito Tourism News

VIP lounge unveiled at Mariscal Sucre Airport, Quito

VIP lounge unveiled at Mariscal Sucre Airport, Quito

22 November 2017 Airline News

Mariscal Sucre Airport in Quito has expanded its international VIP lounge. Visited by more than 12,000 passengers per month, the new facility was designed with the objective of creating an elegant and friendly environment inspired by travellers’ needs.

Andrew O’Brian, chief executive officer, Quiport

Andrew O’Brian, chief executive officer, Quiport

18 September 2017 Videos

Quiport chief executive and president Andrew O’Brian speaks to Breaking Travel News about the location’s victory at the World Travel Awards and the role the airport has played in the development of tourism in the city.

Breaking Travel News interview: Veronica Sevilla, general manager, Quito Tourism

Breaking Travel News interview: Veronica Sevilla, general manager, Quito Tourism

1 June 2017 Focus

Having taken the title of South America’s Leading Destination for the past four years at the World Travel Awards, Ecuadorian capital Quito is on a role. Here Breaking Travel News chats to Veronica Sevilla, the newly appointed general manager of Quito Tourism, about what it is that separates the city from its competitors in South America and how her own personal ambitions for the new position.

Quito to welcome Routes America in 2018

Quito to welcome Routes America in 2018

17 February 2017 Airline News Travel Events News

Quito and Corporación Quiport, the concessionaire of the Mariscal Sucre International Airport, will host Routes Americas 2018. The event is the only one on the international calendar that brings together airports and airlines of the region seeking to develop new connectivity alternatives.

Low-cost airline Wingo launches Quito-Bogota flights

Low-cost airline Wingo launches Quito-Bogota flights

8 December 2016 Airline News Tourism News

A new milestone in connectivity has been reached in Ecuador, with the inaugural flight of low-cost airline Wingo on the Quito-Bogota route. There was a celebratory atmosphere at Mariscal Sucre Airport before the first passengers boarded the new flight, which will join both capital cities with four weekly flights on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Quiport steps into leadership role with ACI-LAC

Quiport steps into leadership role with ACI-LAC

16 November 2016 Airline News Travel Events News

The general assembly of Airports Council International Latin America-Caribbean appointed its new officers for a term of two years. Corporación Quiport, in the person of its president Andrew O’Brian, was elected first vice president of the organisation, which represents airports in the region.