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Mariscal Sucre International (Quito) Airport

ICAO

SEQM

Location

Quito, Ecuador

Elevation

7910ft

Coordinates

0° 7' 21" S , 78° 21' 31" W

Custom Scenery
N/A

Runway Length & Type

RWY 18/36: 13,445ft

Brief History

Mariscal Sucre International Airport ICAO: SEQM is an international airport serving Quito, Ecuador.


It is the busiest airport in Ecuador and one of the busiest airports in South America. It is located in the Tababela parish, about 18 kilometres (11 mi) east of Quito and serves as the largest hub for Avianca Ecuador and LATAM Ecuador.


It also served as the main hub for TAME, Ecuador's flag-carrier, before the airline was liquidated by the Ecuadorian government in 2020.


The airport opened in February 2013 and replaced the 53-year old airport of the same name. The airport is named after independence leader Antonio José de Sucre.


It is rated as the only 5-star airport in the Western Hemisphere by Skytrax.


Frequencies

Service Frequencies:

ATIS: 118.900

Ground: 121.900

Tower: 119.700

Approach: 119.700

Departure: 119.700

 

ILS Frequencies:

RWY 18: 111.100

RWY 36: 109.300

 

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