QUITO AIRPORT HAS BEGUN TO RETURN TO ITS NORMAL SCHEDULE FOR NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS
More than 166 thousand passengers have been flying to and from Quito airport between June 1st and September 24th.
Connectivity from Quito International Airport has been increasing steadily since the resumption of commercial passenger operations, on June 1st, for national and international service.
Regarding domestic flights, during the months of June and July, three airlines (Avianca, Latam and Aeroregional) offered connections with six destinations within the country (Guayaquil, Cuenca, Manta, Loja, El Coca and Santa Rosa). In August, two additional destinations were added (Esmeraldas and Galapagos).
International airlines grew from three in June to three destinations (Amsterdam, Miami, and Houston), to six in July with five destinations (Madrid and Fort Lauderdale were added) and to nine in August with seven destinations (Mexico City and Panama were added, although only for connections).
From all the airports that closed in Latin America due to the health emergency, Quito airport was the first to resume national and international flights, implementing strict health protection measures and applying the protocols established by the Emergency Operations Committee.
ECUADOR IS READY TO WELCOME YOU!
We have made the necessary adjustments in our operation to provide wider spaces for our clients according to the official recommendations of health organizations. Furthermore, Adventure Journeys has received the Safe Travels Stamp from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) for the safety of our passengers.
Borders are opened again in Ecuador & Galapagos Islands:
Negative PCR required (10 days prior to the trip)/ If so, not quarantine required.
To enter in The Galapagos Islands: Negative PCR required 48 hours before travelling (must be certified by an Ecuadorian Medical Center).
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