- In earthquakes' aftermath, a new role for Quito's old airport
- There's yet another new use for the old, in-city airport in Quito, Ecuador: a staging area for food, clothing and medical supplies being donated and distributed for earthquake relief. Ecuador experienced a 7.
- Dispatch: On the ground in Quito, Ecuador
- Arriving one week after the earthquake, I was prepared to see some damage from the quake but there is nothing obvious in or around Quito. Quito itself was very minimally affected and everything is running as usual.
- After quake, Quito says it will serve as model of urban resilience at Habitat III
- The 7.8-magnitude earthquake that struck just offshore of Ecuador on 16 April caused extensive damage to the country's coastline, but the capital Quito was largely unaffected.
- Ecuador Earthquake Kills at Least 77
- QUITO, Ecuador — A 7.8-magnitude earthquake shook the central coast of Ecuador on Saturday, killing at least 77 people, officials and news reports said.
- Quito and Guayaquil airports open
- The airport in Quito, Mariscal Sucre International Airport, is open, with flights operating normally into and out of the airport.
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