Aerogal Flights to GalapagosAerogal’s main function is to connect the capital of Ecuador with the fascinating islands of the Galapagos (airports: Baltra and San Crisobal). However, it also has developed a network of domestic destinations: flights to Guayaquil, Quito, Manta, and flights to Cuenca.
International services operate to Medellín and Bogotá, Colombia, from Guayaquil and Quito and from December 2008 will operate a Quito-Guayaquil- Miami flight on Sunday and Monday. The new flights are timed so as to allow excellent connections in Miami for passengers travelling from London and other European airports.
In fact the Miami connection offers the shortest total journey time from London to Guayaquil of 15h 30 mins (December 2008). Going forward Aerogal believes it can remain the best Ecuadorian carrier by offering the highest levels of customer service and being recognised as an innovative, go ahead airline.
Aerogal operates an all Boeing fleet of 15 aircraft: a 727-200, twelve 737’s and two 757-200. One of the 757 aircraft will operate on the new Miami service
Aerogal, the airline of Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands.The Galapagos Islands are a must-see in any one travellers lifetime and Aerogal is a great way to get there. Aerogal is also an active supporter of the World Wildlife Fund’s Marine educational programme in the Galapagos which creates awareness and promotes ecologically sound tourism. Aerogal has recently been awarded the prestigious Sustainable Tourism Award by the IGTOA
At the present time they have 1 daily flight from Quito to Baltra, in addition to 6 weekly flights from Quito and 5 from Guayaquil to San Cristobal. Flights are booked out early so try to arrange your trip as soon as you know dates that may suit your itinerary. This is a trip of a life time, and this alternative airline provides an excellent service for its passengers.
This is one company that definitely deserves to be referred to as a responsible airline and we applaud their fantastic work in the conservation and protection of a group of islands that are becoming ever more vulnerable and fragile. The Galapagos are worth protection and thank you Aerogal for doing your bit!