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How do I find cheap flights from Europe to Quito??

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1. Posted by Saaandra (Budding Member 2 posts) 10y

I've been looking a lot but it seems to be very expensive!!
I don't know if its best to fly London,new york,Miami, Quito or from Frankfurt,caracas, Quito. Do you know other good and cheap ways to get there please write me!! Thanks Sandra

2. Posted by t_maia (Travel Guru 3289 posts) 10y

Try searching opodo.com/opodo.de and orbitz.com for possible connections. Then go to the airlines websites, wiggle your departure dates a bit, and try to beat the best opodo price. From Europe (including Frankfurt), Iberia should be your best bet. Opodo also gave me a good connection with AA and United via Miami from Frankfurt.

If you are flying via London and the US to Quito you'll only add travel time and airport taxes as well as environmental pollution to your ticket fare. It is also sometimes worth it to shell out a few EUR more for a ticket if you can avoid a detour. Look for a connection where the departing airport is nearby to your home and where you only have to change planes once. Keep in mind the cost of getting to the airport, when you pick a certain departure point.

And if you are looking for a ticket that is less than 900 EUR, you might as well forget it. Fuel prices and distances as well as airport taxes forbid it.

[ Edit: Edited at Sep 2, 2006 4:25 PM by t_maia ]

3. Posted by marlis (Travel Guru 1167 posts) 10y

KLM,/Air France
Iberia
LAN Chile

Marlis

4. Posted by Taffski (Travel Guru 182 posts) 10y

Hiya,

try AirMadrid (www.AirMadrid.com)
They fly from Madrid (funnily enough)to Quito direct.
Did a quick check on their web site and you can get a one way for €400-€500 (inc. Taxes) depending on when you're going.
cheers
Taffski

5. Posted by bentivogli (Travel Guru 2398 posts) 10y

I once flew Delta (Amsterdam-Quito via Atlanta), that was really cheap. In general, flying from the US to SA seems a bit cheaper (but consider the extra amounts of fuel you use).