Departures Quito-Mariscal Sucre (UIO)Departures flight plan for Tuesday, December 1, 2020*
Arrivals Quito-Mariscal Sucre (UIO)Arrivals flight plan for Tuesday, December 1, 2020*
11 Flight routes from & to Quito (UIO)
Avianca (AV8374, AV8378, AV8372, AV8392, AV8388, AV8376), Wingo (P57064, P57062)
Avianca (AV8373, AV8375, AV8379, AV8371, AV8377, AV111), Wingo (P57065, P57063)
Iberia (IB6453), Air Europa Lineas Aereas (UX39), LATAM Chile (LA5425)
Airport Quito-Mariscal Sucre
- URL: Quito-Mariscal Sucre (UIO)
- Time zone: GMT -5
- Service telephone: +593 2 395 4200
- Address: Nuevo Aeropuerto Internacional de Quito, Tababela S/N - Via Yaruqui, Quito 17107032, Ecuador
- Operating company: Quiport S.A.
- Parking: Yes; paid short and long-term parking
- Nearby cities: Quito (9 km), Ibarra (69 km), Santo Domingo (75 km)
- Directions by car: The airport is about 12 km or 7 miles north of the inner city and is signposted.
- Flight distribution on the days of the week: Monday (13.93%), Tuesday (13.04%), Wednesday (14.27%), Thursday (13.94%), Friday (15.71%), Saturday (14.32%), Sunday (14.79%)
- Alternative spelling: Quito-Mariscal Sucre, San Francisco de Quito, Kitu, Kuito, Kito, Кито, Κίτο, Кіта, کوئیتو, كيتو, קיטו, კიტო, Կիտո, क्वीटो, กีโต, キト, 키토, 基多
Most popular destinations from Quito-Mariscal Sucre (Flights per week )
- Guayaquil (193, 29,56 %)
- Panama City-Tocumen International (56, 8,58 %)
- Galapagos Islands Baltra (48, 7,35 %)
- Cuenca (39, 5,97 %)
- Bogota (38, 5,82 %)
- Mantayes; there is plenty of space for parking at the airport. (29, 4,44 %)
- Lima (26, 3,98 %)
- Coca - Francisco de Orellana (21, 3,22 %)
- San Cristobal (Galapagos) (19, 2,91 %)
- Miami International Airport, FL (16, 2,45 %)
- other (25.72 %)
Top airlines (percentage of departures and arrivals)
First in use in 1960, the airport is about 12 km or 7 miles north of downtown in the District of Chaupicruz. It is about 2800 meters or 9000 ft above sea level and is one of the highest lying airports in the world. Taxis are available in front of the terminal, there is a nearby bus stop with buses operating to the city.
Since it is located in the heart of the capital and is also one of the world's most dangerous airports to land at, in 2006 building work began on a more secure airport about 30 kilometres or 20 miles further east in Tabaela. After completion, expected to be in 2011 at the earliest, the new airport will replace Mariscal Sucre.