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Airports in Ecuador

Airports in Ecuador

The location of the state of Ecuador on the map of South America is clear from the name - it is here that you can take a memorable photo, being in two hemispheres at once. In addition to the equator, the country has many more tourist attractions, including the Galapagos Islands with their amazing wildlife, clean beaches on the Pacific coast and old cities founded by conquistadors during the conquest of America. There are no direct flights from Russia to Ecuador's airports, but KLM, Iberia or Lufthansa planes will gladly deliver travelers from Moscow with connections in Amsterdam, Madrid or Frankfurt. You will have to spend at least 17 hours in the sky.

Ecuador International Airports

In addition to the capital in Kyoto, flights from abroad are accepted by several more air ports of the country:

  • The airport in Santa Rosa in the southwest serves flights from Peru and the capital of Ecuador, Quito.
  • Air Harbor named after Jose Joaquin de Olmedo is responsible for the province of Guayas and western Ecuador. The second busiest airport in the country, this airport is located 5 km from Guayaquil city center. In 2011, the port was awarded the title of the best in Latin America and its infrastructure meets high international standards. The schedule of this Ecuador airport includes flights to Miami, Buenos Aires, Bogota, Lima, San Salvador, Panama, New York, Amsterdam and Madrid. The base airline is Avianca Ecuador. Details on the website -
  • Eloy Alfaro is a civilian airport where the Ecuadorian Air Force is based. The city where the airport is located is located in the very west of the republic on the Pacific coast and is called Manta. Avianca Ecuador from Quito and Avior Airlines from Barcelona regularly land on the airfield of Eloy Alfaro.

Metropolitan direction

Ecuador's capital Mariscal Sucre airport and Quito are 18 km away. The air gate is one of the largest in South America. They receive and send over 220 flights weekly.
The airport was inaugurated in 2013 and today its two terminals accept passengers from Copa Airlines from Colombia, Delta Air Lines from Atlanta, Iberia from Madrid, JetBlue Airways from Fort Lauderdale, KLM from Amsterdam, LAN Airlines from Santiago de Chile and United Airlines from Houston.
The taxi will help with the transfer to the city. Public transport stops are located at the exit of the terminals.
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To the magic islands

The most amazing air gates of Ecuador are located on the Balta island of the Galapagos archipelago. In 2012, they became the first green airport in the world to use modern energy saving and environmental protection technologies. Galapagos air harbor is powered by the sun and wind turbines, and ocean water is desalinated.
All flights here are operated by Avianca Ecuador and LAN Ecuador from Quito, San Cristobal and Guayaquil.


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