Mariscal Sucre international airport
Answers to Frequently Asked Passenger Questions
- How to go from the airport to Quito old town by bus?
- How much does a taxi cost?
- What requirements are needed to fly and enter the Galapagos islands?
- Where to buy a SIM card?
- What to do in case of a long layover for a connecting flight?
- Where to find the luggage storage service?
- What to do in case of loss of luggage or belongings?
- Is there WiFi Internet free access?
- Does the airport have currency exchange services?
- Are there medical services?
- What facilities does the airport offer for special and disabled passengers?
Quito airport (IATA: UIO) serves the metropolitan area of the capital of Ecuador, with domestic, international and intercontinental flights. During 2019, 5 million passengers passed through the airport. It is located in the town of Tababela, 25 km (16 miles) east of the historic center of Quito. (SEE MAP).
The Wyndham Quito Airport is located within the airport complex and 400 meters from the passenger terminal building.
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The terminal has restaurants, cafes and bars (several available 24 hours), in addition to a shopping center with a wide variety of shops, including 24-hour duty free, clothing, perfumeries, regional products, books and newspapers, electronics, telephony and accessories. There are also 24-hour currency exchange agencies and ATMs, convenience stores, VIP rooms and services, luggage storage services and luggage protective packaging, as well as medical emergency services and facilities adapted for passengers with reduced mobility and visual impairment. .
Public and Private Transport
Taxis have their official stop next to the entrance to the terminal building while Uber and Cabify are available in the second lane, crossing the sidewalk outside the Arrival Terminal since inside the terminal the exclusive authorization is for taxis. See more
Aeroservices executive transfer
It connects the Mariscal Sucre airport with the city of Quito in periods of 30 minutes from Monday to Friday and weekends with a period of 1 hour. Cost: USD. 8.00 one way, per person See more .
Public buses serve the metropolitan area of Quito and operate routes from north to south, and represent the cheapest transportation alternative. Fare: The cost of the ticket between the airport and the city is USD 2.00. See more
If you want to rent a car at the Mariscal Sucre international airport, the car rental counters are located in the Public Arrivals Hall of the Passenger Terminal: See more
Airlines operating at Mariscal Sucre airport.
The airport has a main parking lot, in addition to the Wyndham Quito Airport parking lot. There is a Valet Parking service and spaces reserved for passengers with reduced mobility See more