Quito Mariscal Sucre International Airport
Mariscal Sucre International Airport serves Ecuador’s capital, Quito, having replaced the former Mariscal Sucre Airport on 20-Feb-2013. The airport is located 18km east of the city on the Tababela plateau, where its lower elevation and longer runway allow for a greater range of international and intercontinental services than the previous facility. The airport serves as a hub for flag carrier TAME, as well as LAN Ecuador and Avianca Ecuador. Limited European services are offered by Iberia and KLM, while Delta Air Lines, LAN Airlines, TAME and United Airlines offer North American services. The airport is well-served by a number of Latin American carriers, and is operated by Quiport.
- 4,100m × 45m
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