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Flights New York to Ecuador

Flights from New York to Ecuador are available from the airlines Avianca, American Airlines, LAN and Delta. There are no direct flights from New York JFK airport to Ecuador. All of the airlines route through different cities and involve layovers of varying lengths.

One of the cheapest options for flights from New York to Ecuador is usually Avianca. This Colombian airline offers flights that leave from New York at approximately 8 a.m. and have a layover in Bogota. The layover time is almost four hours, and the shortest Avianca journey from New York to Ecuador is around 11 and-a-half hours in total. This flight arrives in Quito early in the evening, at around 6.30 p.m.

American Airlines
American Airlines provides flights from New York JFK to Ecuador, teaming up with LAN Ecuador for the portion of the journey from Miami to Guayaquil or Quito. There are a variety of flights on offer, and the shortest journey time is nine hours and 15 minutes. This shortest flight leaves New York at midday and arrives in Quito at around 8.30 p.m. in the evening. In most cases, you can expect to pay a little more for this route than for the Avianca flight.

American Airlines also provide routes to Ecuador from JFK New York that fly through Charlotte or Washington DC and then through Miami, before reaching Quito. These flights usually do not use LAN. They leave early or mid morning and have layovers of varying durations, before arriving in Quito at around 9 p.m. at night.

Delta Airlines
Delta flights from New York JFK to Ecuador usually have a stop over of almost an entire day in Atlanta. The flights leave New York at 6.00 a.m. and don’t arrive in Quito until 10 p.m. at night, making this one of the longer flight options available at almost 17 hours.

New Airport for Quito
In 2010, Quito opens its new airport with a longer runway. The airport is a little further outside of the city than the current airport which is in the northern part of Quito. The addition of this airport may impact the number of airlines that provide flights from New York JFK to Ecuador, but this remains to be seen.