Cuenca Ecuador Airport resumes flights on 9-14-2016 after resurfacing

Posted on September 13, 2016 • Filed under: Ecuador, Ecuador Travel, Latin America Aviation reported that tomorrow will resume operations at the Mariscal Lamar Airport, once ended last Friday emergency work to resurface the runway.

In the case of TAME flights to Guayaquil and Quito will resume at the same frequencies that remained until closing the airport on August 19, said Paul Street, Director of the Business Unit that airline in Cuenca. This includes travel from Monday to Sunday.
In the case of LATAM, which also has routes to Quito and Guayaquil, it was reported that flights will resume from Monday 19 of this month.
For both companies the purchase and ticket booking can be done from their respective websites or in their localized within the terminal offices.
In the case of the buses that were part of the contingency plan to transport passengers to Quito and Guayaquil, the Alliance of Transport, ATRAIN, he reported that the service will be maintained but no longer will start from the parking lot of the airport. The new place of departure and arrival will be defined at a meeting today that will hold the leaders of the company.
Cuenca airport Corporation signed on August 19 last recapeo work on the runway airport Mariscal Lamar to improve their level of friction.


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