CUYABENO LODGE

Home Up Churches of Quito Museums in Quito Quito/Otavalo weather Quito Airport


 

QUITO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT MARISCAL SUCRE

Quito  Mariscal Sucre International Airport

QUITO MARISCAL SUCRE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (UIO): CHECK LAYOUT, AIRLINES, arrival / departure times, taxi services, connections

Quito International Airport, is Ecuador's busiest airport and an important airport for connections to other destinations in South America. Opened in February 2013, is located on the Oyambaro plain near the town of Tababela at a distance of about 18 km or 11 mi east from Quito.

 

The new airport replaces the old one in the North of the capital, which - surrounded by residential neighborhoods - will be converted into a city park. The new state-of-the-art facility, both terms of design and its air navigation systems, CAN handle over 5m passengers per year and the runway is long enough to accommodate the landing of an Airbus A380, the world’s biggest passenger aircraft. Quito handles more than two thirds of Ecuador’s international traffic, and is ready to expand its connections to all capitals of South America.

 

Dear visitor, our website gives you info about the Cuyabeno Park, our Cuyabeno Lodge, and Ecuador in general. Our lodge lies on a little seasonal island in the Cuyabeno Lake, which is the prettiest spot in the most beautiful Amazon park in all of South America.  Here you can find our program and our prices. Our website has hundreds of high-resolution pictures of Cuyabeno and Ecuador, with thumbnails that open by clicking on them. Give our pages a if you love our pictures or find our info useful. That way you help others finding those pages too. 

 

Quito Mariscal Sucre International Airport: arriving at the airport. Quito Mariscal Sucre International Airport: Main entrance of the airport

Modern shopping center at Mariscal Sucre Airport.

The Newest airport in the Americas, Quito Airport is a beautiful modern and efficient hub for reaching any capital in Latin America.

 

Quito Mariscal Sucre International Airport: Hub for Tame, the Ecuadorian national carrier.Quito Mariscal Sucre International Airport: View from the air.

The modern Tame Embraer Quito - LagoAgrio the airport for Cuyabeno. Note the the beautiful Cotopaxi  snow cap right of the wing tip when you click on the image to enlarge.

Quito Mariscal Sucre International Airport has been built on a mesa mountain plain at about 20km from the capital.

 

The airport is the main hub of TAME, Transportes Aereos Militares Ecuatorianos, the Ecuadorian national carrier, which started its regular international flights on April 30, 1966 by flying to Havana, Panama and Santiago de Chile. The airline, with an average of over 220 daily flights, changed its legal status in 2011 to a civilian state owned company, that no longer under the administration of the Air Force.

 

Currently Tame serves 15 cities in Ecuador, Cali and Bogota in Colombia, Havana in Cuba, São Paulo in Brazil, Buenos Aires in Argentina, New York in the United States, Caracas in Venezuela, Lima in Peru and Panama City. All destinations are served from the primary hub Quito (UIO) and the secondary hub in Guayaquil (GYE), except the flight to Cali which stops at Esmeraldas.

 

Quito Mariscal Sucre International Airport: comfortable waiting rooms.Quito Mariscal Sucre International Airport: ready for boarding

The new waiting rooms are spacious and comfortable with plenty of restaurants at the food plaza to chose the food and drinks to accommodate anybody's taste and budget.

 

Quito Mariscal Sucre International Airport: modern shopsQuito Mariscal Sucre International Airport: last minute souverir shops

The duty free shops are tastefully designed and offer a variety of products where passengers have a last chance to take home Ecuadorian art and craft to their friends and family.

A comfortable modern VIP-room attends to business class passengers.

 

Quito Mariscal Sucre International Airport: The new Quito Mariscal Sucre Airport VIP roomQuito Mariscal Sucre International Airport: Quito from the air.

The luxurious VIP room offers free beverages and snacks and allows you to check your email  before boarding your plane.

Quito no longer is burdened by low flying airplanes.

 

Quito Mariscal Sucre International Airport: Bridge connecting Quito with airport.Quito Mariscal Sucre International Airport: Two 4 lane highways connects the airport with different parts of the the capital.

A new 4 lane bridge has been constructed across a deep canyon.

No longer burdened by airplanes landing and taking of from an airport amidst residential neighborhoods, Quito is now connected with two new 4 lane highways to the airport, making Quito Mariscal Sucre International Airport (UIO) the best accessible international in all of South America.

 

Airlines

Destinations

United Airlines

Houston-Intercontinental

TAME

Baltra, Bogotá, Buenos Aires-Ezeiza, Cali, Caracas, Coca, Cuenca, Esmeraldas, Guayaquil, Havana, Lago Agrio, Lima, Loja, Manta, Macas, Machala, Panama City, Salinas, São Paulo-Guarulhos, San Cristóbal, Tena, Tulcan Seasonal: Cartagena, Curaçao, Montego Bay, Punta Cana, San Andrés, Varadero.

LAN Perú

Cali, Lima, Medellín-Córdova

LAN Ecuador

Baltra, Buenos Aires-Ezeiza, Cuenca, Guayaquil, Lima, Manta, Miami, San Cristóbal, Santiago de Chile

LAN Airlines

Miami, Santiago de Chile

KLM

Amsterdam

Iberia

Madrid

Delta Air Lines

Atlanta

Copa Colombia

Bogotá, Barranquilla, Panama City

Copa Airlines

Panama City

Boliviana de Aviación

Santa Cruz de la Sierra

Avianca

Lima, San Salvador Avianca Ecuador Baltra, Bogotá, Coca, Cuenca, Guayaquil, Lago Agrio, Lima, Manta, San Cristóbal

American Airlines

Miami

Aeroméxico

Mexico City

 

 

Cuyabeno Lodge / Neotropic Turis Office in Quito, Ecuador:

Shyris Park Building, Av. de los Shyris N36-188 & Av. Naciones Unidas, Office 608, 6th floor.

Phone: (++593) (0)(2) 292 6153

Cell (mobile) phone: (++593) (0)999 80 3395

Map:

Find it on the Quito Map Zoom in, it is a very detailed map!

Email:

niks

Talk or chat with us on Skype:

cuyabenolodge

Cuyabeno Lodge brochure.

Follow us on #Twitter and we always Follow you back #F4FFollow us on Googe+ and we always Follow you backFollow us on Facebook and we always Follow you backFollow us on Linkedin and we always Follow you backFollow us on Pinterest and we always Follow you back