Ecuador: Quito Airport records recovery in cargo exports

Ecuador’s Quito International Airport has seen its export cargo volumes pick up over recent months following the resumation of services at the hub.

The hub said that connectivity from the airport has been increasing steadily since the resumption of commercial passenger operations on June 1, both in national and international services.

International airlines increased from three in June with three destinations (Amsterdam, Miami and Houston), to six in July reaching 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).

As a result, exports of cargo have been picking up and are now ahead of last year.

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