Aeroméxico increases flights to Ecuador

The airline will offer 9 weekly flights between Mexico City and Quito

2021-05-02
La Capital (Mexico)

Mexico City.- Starting today, May 2, Aeroméxico will increase frequencies to Ecuador from Mexico City and will be operating 9 weekly flights. Aeromexico has been connecting both destinations since 2013 and was the first Latin American airline to resume operations in Ecuador after the suspensions caused by the pandemic.

In addition, during the contingency, the airline transported almost 30 tons of essential medical supplies to that country with its Boeing 787 Dreamliner, through Aeroméxico Cargo.

Ecuador is considered one of the main air bridges in South America, offering a diverse gastronomy and tourist activities, as well as being the largest cocoa producer in Latin America.

It also offers a great variety of extreme sports, activities in nature and has one of the most important biosphere reserves in the world, such as the Galapagos Islands, which was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Currently, to enter Ecuador it is necessary to have a PCR or antigen test carried out no more than three 3 days before the flight or to present a vaccination card against COVID-19, with the complete schedule. These conditions apply to passengers over 2 years of age and the details can be consulted at: Entry requirements by country.

Aeromexico will continue to reconnect destinations and increase frequencies, to continue being the airline in Mexico with the best connectivity and will maintain the strictest health and hygiene protocols in all its operations.

Read the original coverage from La Capital at https://www.lacapital.com.mx/noticia/85154-Aumenta_Aeromexico_vuelos_a_Ecuador


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