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Routes Americas FUTURE EVENTS


600 miles off the coast of Ecuador and can be reached by a two-hour flight from Quito. The country’s most visited national


park after the Galápagos Islands is Cotopaxi, south of the capital. Cotopaxi is one of the highest active volcanoes in the world and very popular with climbers. An ecological reserve surrounds it and is home to animals including cougars, llamas, Andean foxes, wolves, pumas, bears and wild horses. Quito International Airport is the


main gateway to Ecuador. Traffic has been increasing steadily since the airport opened in 2013 and passenger numbers reached 5.8 million in 2015. In three years the airport has added nine new routes and five airlines to its network, as well as 17 additional flights and frequencies on existing routes. “Organising Routes Americas in


Quito will be an invaluable opportunity to show the potential of this city as a top destination on a regional scale and the advantages offered by its airport to the airline industry,” says Andrew O’Brian, president and CEO of Quiport. “Participating in Routes Americas


is a very important tool for our route development strategy. Quito and Ecuador offer a new world yet to be discovered.” Routes Americas will provide Quito with the opportunity to make the case for more new air services. This year’s event in Las Vegas was attended by 830 delegates from 100 airlines, 260 airports and 40 tourism authorities. Quito can expect a similar gathering of influential people in 2018. Steven Small, brand director of Routes, says: “Ecuador is an exciting ‘bucket list’ destination and its capital is rich in history and culture. Quito will make an excellent host city for Routes Americas.”


Monastery of San Francisco, Quito, and famous Galápagos resident the blue-footed booby


routesonline.com ROUTES NEWS 2017 ISSUE 5 121


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