Galapagos Flight Information

How to travel to the Galapagos Islands

We share with you important Galapagos flight information.

From Quito to Galapagos

From Quito, passengers must:

First of all, passengers need to go to Mariscal Sucre Airport (40-50 minutes from Quito). Passengers must arrive a minimum of 2 hours before flight departure. First go to the ABG (Agencia de Regulación y Control de la Bioseguridad y Cuarentena para Galápagos) for luggage inspection, then you will be able to check-in and finally you will proceed to board the plane.

From Guayaquil, passengers must:

You need to go to José Joaquín de Olmedo Airport and passengers must arrive a minimum of 2 hours before flight departure. First go to ABG (Agencia de Regulación y Control de la Bioseguridad y Cuarentena para Galápagos) for luggage inspection, then you will be able to check-in and finally you will proceed to board the plane.

From Guayaquil to Galapagos

Arrival to San Cristobal Island

On the arrival at San Cristobal, passengers must:

Our guides will be waiting for you at the San Cristobal Airport. They will be holding a sign with the name of the vessel. Guides will help you with your luggage and anything else that you need. We will take you to a private bus; there will be a 5 minute drive.

On arrival at Baltra, passengers must:

Our guides will be waiting for you at the Baltra Airport. They will be holding a sign with the name of the vessel. Guides will help you with your luggage and anything else that you need. There, an airport bus will transport you to the Itabaca Channel, where you will cross by boat to the other side where Santa Cruz is located. This will take approximately 15 minutes. On the 45 minute ride to Puerto Ayora, you will be able to see the endemic vegetation of this beautiful island.

Arrival to Baltra Island

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