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
Corporación Quiport earlier this year hosted the APEX in Environment pilot program, confident in its environmental procedures and knowing that it would be a great learning process.
Brazilian airline Gol will launch a new direct route between São Paulo and Quito, with three weekly flights taking off from December.
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.
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.
Andrew O’Brian, president and chief executive of Mariscal Sucre International Airport, has been recognised as Latin America’s Leading Travel Personality by the World Travel Awards here chats with Kaye Holland of Breaking Travel News about how it feels to have taken the prestigious honour.
Veronica Sevilla, general manager of the Quito Tourism Board, talks to Breaking Travel News about the organisation’s new strategy to position the city as a multifaceted destination, highlighting the recent increase in tourist arrivals to Ecuadorian capital.
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.
From the beginning of the Quito International Airport project, corporate social responsibility has been one of the pillars of management to Corporación Quiport.