List of airports in Ecuador

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This is a list of airports in Ecuador, sorted by location.

Airports[edit]

Airport names shown in bold indicate the airport has scheduled service on commercial airlines.

City served / Location Province ICAO IATA Airport name Coordinates
International airports[1]
Baltra, Galápagos Islands Galápagos SEGS GPS Seymour Airport 00°27′14″S 090°15′57″W / 0.45389°S 90.26583°W / -0.45389; -90.26583 (Seymour International Airport (Baltra Island))
Cuenca Azuay SECU CUE Mariscal Lamar Airport 02°53′22″S 078°59′04″W / 2.88944°S 78.98444°W / -2.88944; -78.98444 (Mariscal Lamar (Cuenca))
Esmeraldas Esmeraldas SETN ESM Colonel Carlos Concha Torres Airport 00°58′43″N 079°37′36″W / 0.97861°N 79.62667°W / 0.97861; -79.62667 (Carlos Concha Torres (Esmeraldas))
Guayaquil Guayas SEGU GYE José Joaquín de Olmedo International Airport / Simón Bolívar Air Base 02°09′28″S 079°53′01″W / 2.15778°S 79.88361°W / -2.15778; -79.88361 (José Joaquín de Olmedo International Airport (Guayaquil))
Latacunga Cotopaxi SELT LTX[2] Cotopaxi International Airport 00°54′25″S 078°36′57″W / 0.90694°S 78.61583°W / -0.90694; -78.61583 (Cotopaxi International Airport (Latacunga))
Manta Manabí SEMT MEC Eloy Alfaro International Airport / Eloy Alfaro Air Base 00°56′45″S 080°40′43″W / 0.94583°S 80.67861°W / -0.94583; -80.67861 (Eloy Alaro International Airport (Manta))
Salinas Santa Elena SESA SNC General Ulpiano Paez Airport / Salinas Air Base 02°12′18″S 080°59′20″W / 2.20500°S 80.98889°W / -2.20500; -80.98889 (General Ulpiano Paez International Airport (Salinas))
San Cristóbal, Galápagos Islands Galápagos SEST SCY San Cristóbal Airport 00°54′37″S 089°37′03″W / 0.91028°S 89.61750°W / -0.91028; -89.61750 (San Cristóbal International Airport (San Cristobal))
Santa Rosa El Oro SERO ETR Santa Rosa Airport 03°26′07″S 079°58′40″W / 3.43528°S 79.97778°W / -3.43528; -79.97778 (Santa Rosa Airport (Santa Rosa))
Tulcán Carchi SETU TUA Teniente Coronel Luis a Mantilla International Airport 00°48′34″S 077°42′29″W / 0.80944°S 77.70806°W / -0.80944; -77.70806 (Teniente Coronel Luis a Mantilla International Airport (Tulcán))
Quito Pichincha SEQM UIO Mariscal Sucre International Airport / Mariscal Sucre Air Base 00°08′28″S 078°29′17″W / 0.14111°S 78.48806°W / -0.14111; -78.48806 (Mariscal Sucre International Airport (Quito))
Controlled airports[1]
Ambato (San Juan de Ambato) Tungurahua SEAM ATF Chachoan Airport
Bahía de Caráquez Manabí SEBC BHA Los Perales Airport
Coca (Puerto Francisco de Orellana) Orellana SECO OCC Francisco de Orellana Airport 00°27′46″S 076°59′12″W / 0.46278°S 76.98667°W / -0.46278; -76.98667 (Francisco de Orellana (Coca))
Gualaquiza Morona-Santiago SEGZ Gualaquiza Airport
Ibarra Imbabura SEIB Atahualpa Airport - Closed
Loja Loja SECA LOH Ciudad de Catamayo Airport 03°59′45″S 079°22′19″W / 3.99583°S 79.37194°W / -3.99583; -79.37194 (Loja)
Macará Loja SEMA MRR José María Velasco Ibarra Airport
Macas Morona-Santiago SEMC XMS Edmundo Carvajal Airport 02°17′57″S 78°07′15″W / 2.29917°S 78.12083°W / -2.29917; -78.12083 (Macas)
Machala El Oro SEMH MCH General Manuel Serrano Airport - Closed
Montalvo Pastaza SEMO El Carmen Airport
Nueva Loja Sucumbíos SENL LGQ Lago Agrio Airport 00°05′33″N 076°52′10″W / 0.09250°N 76.86944°W / 0.09250; -76.86944 (Lago Agrio)
Portoviejo Manabí SEPV PVO Reales Tamarindos Airport - Closed 01°02′29″S 080°28′19″W / 1.04139°S 80.47194°W / -1.04139; -80.47194 (Reales Tamarindos International Airport (Portoviejo))
Putumayo Sucumbíos SEPT PYO Putumayo Airport
Riobamba Chimborazo SERB Chimborazo Airport
Santa Cecilia SECE WSE Santa Cecilia Airport
Shell Mera Pastaza SESM PTZ Rio Amazonas Airport
Sucúa Morona-Santiago SESC SUQ Sucúa Airport
Taisha Morona-Santiago SETH TSC Taisha Airport
Tarapoa Sucumbíos SETR TPC Tarapoa Airport
Taura Guayas SETA Taura Air Base
Tena Napo SEJD TNW Jumandy Airport
Tiputini Orellana SETI TPN Tiputini Airport
Airports with unverified coordinates
Jipijapa Manabí SEJI JIP Jipijapa Airport

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Dirección General de Aviación Civil del Ecuador. Accessed 12 December 2010.
  2. ^ http://www.iata.org/publications/Pages/code-search.aspx