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LATAM Airlines Ecuador Resumes Daily Service Between Quito and Miami

LATAM Airlines Ecuador has resumed direct daily service between Quito and Miami. The route is being serviced with a 168 passenger Airbus A320. Quito is one of the largest and best preserved historic cities in the Americas and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


LATAM Airlines Airbus A320neo - Courtesy Airbus

On Wednesday (September 7, 2022), LATAM Airlines Ecuador announced the resumption of direct daily service between Quito (UIO) and Miami (MIA). The route restarted on August 30th and is being serviced with a 168 passenger Airbus A320. Quito is one of the largest and best preserved historic cities in the Americas and was the first city to be named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.



In Wednesday’s announcement, LATAM Airlines Ecuador’s CEO, Mónica Fistrovic, said,


“Being able to provide this direct route increases the possibilities of achieving a positive and faster economic reactivation. In response to our customers' requests, LATAM is committed to an international offer that allows us to continue bringing connectivity to the country.”


LATAM's Schedule Between Quito and Miami - Courtesy LATAM Airlines Ecuador


Quito, Ecuador - Photo Credit: LATAM Airlines Ecuador/Shutterstock

LATAM Airlines Group S.A. is the leading airline group in Latin America, offering service in five domestic markets (Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru) as well as international service within Latin America and to Europe, Oceania, the United States and the Caribbean. The Group operates a fleet of Boeing 767, 777, and 787s, as well as Airbus A319, A320, A320neo, A321 aircraft. LATAM Cargo Chile, LATAM Cargo Colombia and LATAM Cargo Brazil are the LATAM Airlines freight subsidiaries. In addition to passenger aircraft belly hold cargo capacity, the Group operates a fleet of 15 dedicated freighters, which will be expanded to between 19 and 21 by 2023.



Source: LATAM Airlines

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