Quito Hires Quiport To Manage New International Airport

Quito, Ecuador, has signed a $684 million agreement with Quiport, a global concessionaire, to manage the city’s new international airport, under construction in Tababela, 15 mi. from the capital city. The airport, which is scheduled to open in summer 2012, will replace Mariscal Sucre Airport...

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