Ecuador

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Getting to Ecuador

Airports

Quito’s Mariscal Sucre International Airport (UIO) is the gateway to Ecuador. From their, connect to other cities in the country by puddle jumpers – there are airports in Cuenca (CUE), Shell Mera (IATA) in the eastern foothills of the Andes, Coca (OCC) in the Southwest, Nueva Loja (LGQ) in the south, and Kapawi in the Amazon.

Airlines

Flights on American Airlines and Continental are frequent and often inexpensive (as low as $350 in low season) and connect via Houston or Miami. Colombia’s national airline, Avianca, flies from New York to Quito through Bogotá.

Flight Times

Ecuador’s mainland is only a four-hour flight from Miami and Houston. Total travel time is 10 hours from New York and 14 hours from L.A.

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