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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Quito?

The cheapest flights to Quito found within the past 7 days were $361. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
JFK Quito Nov 13 - Mar 11 $361
JFK Quito Nov 13 - Mar 11 $361
MIA Quito Jan 21 - Jan 28 $365
YYZ Quito Jan 21 - Jan 28 $385
LAX Quito Jan 26 - Feb 4 $444
MAD Quito Nov 19 - Nov 26 $537
LGW Quito Nov 23 - Dec 4 $711
SIN Quito Nov 2 - Nov 9 $1,793
BKK Quito Nov 6 - Nov 13 $1,950
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
JFK Quito Oct 25 - Nov 9 $546
JFK Quito Oct 25 - Nov 9 $546
MIA Quito Oct 27 - Nov 13 $559
MAD Quito Oct 27 - Jun 30 $570
YYZ Quito Oct 25 - Nov 9 $578
LAX Quito Oct 25 - Nov 8 $639
LHR Quito Oct 25 - Oct 28 $1,153
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Flights To Quito

Boasting a couple earthly oddities, Quito, Ecuador, is a must-visit for travelers looking for a mix of a modern metropolis and historical hamlet. At 9,350 feet above sea level, Quito is the highest capital on Earth and right at its geographic center. In Quito, you can straddle the equator, channeling the natural energies of the Middle of the World with one foot in each hemisphere. Book your airfare to Quito and maybe even secure a hotel near Mariscal Sucre International Airport (UIO) today to experience this unique South American tourist destination.

Transportation From UIO

Flights into Quito land at the newly-constructed UIO, located 11 miles east of downtown. After you fly in on your plane, get ready to explore the city! Quito vacation bundles are a great way to save on your trip. Pick up your rental car right in front of the international arrival doors. If you didn’t rent a car, just outside the exit doors on the arrival level, you can catch a cab downtown; or, you can hop on a shuttle bus (leaving every 30 minutes) or a public bus right outside of the arrivals public hall. Whatever mode of transportation you choose, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Center, Old Town Historical Center’s narrow streets, quaint shops, European-architecture churches, and open plazas are calling your name. If a faster pace is in order, head to La Mariscal—or Gringolandia as it is affectionately called--for its modern boutiques, hip nightclubs, and fascinating museums.

Your Ticket to the Middle of the Earth

So what are you going to do in Quito? Pack your hiking boots for the misty forests and national parks of the Andes. Learn how to balance an egg on a nail and find out what the Coriolis Effect is at the Equator. Whatever’s on your bucket list, let Travelocity find you a great deal on cheap flights to Quito today.

Flight Info

Destination Airport Mariscal Sucre Intl.
Destination City Name Quito
Flight Price $365

FAQs about Quito Flights

Which airlines fly to Quito?

When it comes to plane travel, every worldly wanderer has different needs. With 7 airlines servicing Quito, you're bound to find exactly what you're after. Carriers with excellent reviews include:

  • Japan Transocean Air
  • SriLankan Airlines
  • LATAM Airlines Ecuador
What airport is best to fly into Quito?

Booking your airfare to Quito is a cinch, as it's serviced by just one airport. You'll find Quito Airport (UIO-Mariscal Sucre Intl.) around 10 miles (16 kilometers) from the sights and sounds of downtown.

Where to stay in Quito

Are you eager to find the perfect base from which to discover the best sights in Quito? You're certainly not short of choice. Ecuador's impressive capital has 276 accommodations to select from.

You're on vacation! Why not treat yourself to a night of luxury? If you've been dreaming of first-class service and soft, silky sheets, lock in a room at the JW Marriott Hotel Quito or the Le Parc Hotel, Beyond Stars. However, if you doubt you'll see much of your suite, why not book a cheaper option like the Hostal White House or the Casa Kanela?

Places to visit in Quito

While it can be quite exciting going off the beaten track when you're somewhere new, sometimes you just have to do the touristy things to see what all the hype is about — like visiting El Panecillo in Quito.

If you're keen to see a couple of the fabulous places here, add Independence Square and Quito Cathedral to your bucket list.

It is worth visiting Basilica of the National Vow, a well-known house of prayer and a local attraction. Seeking some more ideas? An excursion to City Museum, a popular history museum, is always sure to be thought-provoking and enjoyable. But that's not all. You should explore San Francisco Park, a historic public square that's loved by both locals and tourists.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Quito

If you like the idea of spending more time at the airport bar and less time wading through security on your way to Quito, follow these handy tips:

  • Airport security personnel will expect to see your boarding pass and travel ID at the checkpoint. Put them in an accessible place, so they're ready for inspection.
  • You'll need to put your tunes on pause for a little while. Headphones need to be removed and placed in a tub to be X-rayed. The same goes for items such as coins and keys.
  • Everyday electronics such as laptops, cameras and phones will need to be put through the X-ray machine separately. Make sure they're easily accessible.
  • When it comes to flying with liquids or gels, all passengers are permitted a quart-sized clear resealable bag to keep containers no larger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters).
  • Give some thought to the type of footwear you want to fly in. Slippers are great because they're a piece of cake to remove when you're at the security checkpoint. Try wearing a pair on your next journey!
  • The list of non-permissible items is forever changing. Have a look at your airline's website to learn about what is not allowed on board their aircraft.
*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.