Corporación Quiport has begun work on an expansion project at the passenger terminal at Quito International Airport. Running into next year, the work will cost around $60 million.
Quito International Airport has reached carbon neutrality in the Airport Carbon Accreditation program. The system was created by Airports Council International and is technically endorsed by the United Nations International Civil Aviation Organisation, the World Bank and the United States Federal Aviation Administration.
With avant-garde decoration and a design focused on passenger comfort, the remodelled domestic VIP lounge at Quito International Airport has opened.
Members of the Airports Council International - Latin America and Caribbean general assembly have unanimously voted to elect Andrew O’Brian, chief executive of Corporación Quiport, as president of the organisation for a two-year term.
Having successfully defended the title of South America’s Leading Destination at the World Travel Awards earlier this year, Veronica Sevilla, general manager of Quito Turismo, tells Breaking Travel News how it feels to have won. Speaking in London during World Travel Market, she also reveals how a new digital-led brand identity will attract younger travellers and tells us about new airlift coming into the growing airport.
Following World Travel Awards successful return to Ecuador for the Latin America Gala Ceremony 2018, Quiport chief executive Andrew O’Brian speaks to Breaking Travel News about the location’s victory at the event and the role the airport has played in the development of tourism in the city.
Quiport has announced an expansion and improvement plan at the Mariscal Sucre International Airport. The plan, which runs until 2020, involves nine projects structured around three key areas - investment, service and development.
Luis Fernando Galárraga Arboleda, communications manager for Mariscal Sucre International Airport, speaks to Breaking Travel News as the organisation walks away with the title for South America’s Leading Airport at the World Travel Awards Latin America Ceremony.
Recognised as a top destination in South America for the MICE tourism sector, Breaking Travel News here chats with Veronica Sevilla, general manager of the Quito Tourism Board, to discover how the city is seeking to adapt to the ever changing demands of discerning consumers