Cheap flights from Ecuador

Visit the Republic of Ecuador and see what the country has to offer! Also known as Ecuador, the country is a representative democratic republic located by the north west of South America. Bordered by Colombia, Peru, and the Pacific Ocean by the north, east and south, and west, respectively; the country includes the Galápagos Islands, which are around 1,000 kilometres or 620 miles west of the mainland in the Pacific. With its capital Quito, and largest city Guayaquil, the country has been known to be a territory of many indigenous groups before being a part of the Inca Empire. Some of the ethnic groups within Ecuador include Mestizo, Montubio, Afroecuadorian, Amerindian, White Latin Americans, along with others. The country’s official language is Spanish, although some of the languages widely spoken also include Kichwa or Quichua, Awapit, A'ingae, Shuar Chicham, Achuar-Shiwiar, Cha'palaachi, Tsa'fiki, Paicoca, and Wao Tededeo, among others. 
Where to go
Ecuador features the Galapagos Islands, Pacific Coast, Andes, and Amazon. Galapagos Islands have Puerto Ayora, Lava Tubes, Tintoreras Islets, Isabela, Tortuga Bay, San Cristóbal, and Marine Reserve, among others. Tortuga Bay is located on the Santa Cruz Island, the bay featuring a preserved beach that is inaccessible to swimmers, and is preserved for the wildlife that reside in the area which include marine iguanas, galapagos crabs, and birds. Visitors must sign in and out at the start of the path with the Galapagos Park Service Officer. The walking path is open for 12 hours from six in the morning to six in the evening. Pacific Coast has Crucita, Zaruma, Machala, Santa Elena, Esmeraldas, and Montañita, to name a few. Machala, also known as the Banana Capital of the World, is a city south-west of Ecuador and is the second most important port, as well as the fourth biggest city of the country.  Andes has Volcanoes Route, Pasochoa, Ingapirca, Haciendas, Cuenca, Cruise Train, and Mindo, to name a few. Ingapirca, or Inca wall, is the largest known Inca ruins in all of Ecuador, with its most significant building, the Temple of the Sun. Amazon has the Limoncocha, Cuyabeno, and Yasuní National Park, to name a few. The Amazon’s Yasuni or Yasuní National Park, is located around 250 kilometres from Quito, and is between the Napo and Curaray rivers in Napo and Pastaza provinces within Amazonian Ecuador. It could be the most biologically diverse spot in the world.
Some of the short-haul flights operated from Mariscal Sucre International Airport include destinations such as Buenos Aires via LAN Ecuador, Miami via American Airlines, and Lima via LAN Perú, among others. These flights take give or take four to six hours of air travel from the point of origin to the destination.
The airlines that operate to long-haul destinations from Mariscal Sucre International Airport in Ecuador include TAME, Iberia, and KLM, with its respective flights to New York, Madrid, and Amsterdam, which take six to 12 hours more or less.
How to get out
Among the airports that serve Ecuador is the Mariscal Sucre International Airport. As the busiest airport in all of Ecuador and one of the busiest airports in all of South America, Mariscal Sucre International Airport serves as the largest hub for TAME, along with other airlines such as Avianca Ecuador, and LAN Ecuador. Flights to and from local and international destinations such as Mexico City, San Salvador, Panama City, Bogotá, Atlanta, Houston, Cuenca, Esmeraldas, are operated by airlines such as Aeroméxico, Avianca El Salvador, TAME, and United Airlines, Copa Airlines Colombia, and Copa Airlines, among others.

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