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Quito to New York By Air freight, Cargo ship or Road

See the best way to ship your freight from Quito, Ecuador to New York, United States by various transport modes including Air, Sea and Road. Compare freight rates, transit times, route options and much more.

Quito to New York by Air freight

The quickest way to get from Quito to New York by plane will take about 1 day 4h and departs from Tocumen International Airport (PTY) and arrives into John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK). There are flights departing 1-2 times a day on this route. Copa Airlines is one of the carriers that operates regular services on this route with flights departing every 1-2 days.

Quickest air route

Tocumen International Airport to John F Kennedy International Airport

Departs from

Departs from

1 day 4h

1-2 times a day

4,607 km

2,863 mi.

Direct

No stops

Operating carriersDepartsAircraft types
Carrier Identifier: CMCopa Airlines
Every 1-2 daysBoeing 737-800
Carrier Identifier: DLDelta Air Lines
1-2 times a weekBoeing 737-800+1 others
Carrier Identifier: AAAmerican Airlines
2-4 times a weekBoeing 737-800
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Closest airports

Mariscal Sucre International Airport to John F Kennedy International Airport

Departs from

Departs from

1 day 13h

2-4 times a day

4,695 km

2,918 mi.

1 transfer

No stops

Operating carriersDepartsAircraft types
Carrier Identifier: B6JetBlue Airways
1-2 times a weekAirbus A320
Carrier Identifier: CMCopa Airlines
Every 1-2 daysBoeing 737-800
Carrier Identifier: AVAvianca
1-2 times a dayAirbus A320+1 others
Carrier Identifier: DLDelta Air Lines
1-2 times a weekBoeing 757-200
Carrier Identifier: AMAeromexico
1-2 times a weekBoeing 737-800+1 others
Carrier Identifier: IBIberia
1-2 times a weekAirbus A350-900
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Quito to New York by Container ship

The quickest way to get from Quito to New York by ship will take about 12 days 8h and departs from Cartagena (COCTG) and arrives into Philadelphia (USPHL). There are ships departing 1-2 times a week on this route. CMA CGM is one of the carriers that operates regular services on this route with ships departing every 1-2 weeks.

Quickest ocean route

Cartagena to Philadelphia

Port of loading

Port of loading

12 days 8h

1-2 times a week

5,929 km

3,684 mi.

Direct

No stops

Operating carriersDepartsVessels
Carrier Identifier: CMDUCMA CGM
Every 1-2 weeksSPIRIT OF MELBOURNE+1 others
Carrier Identifier: MAEUMaersk
Every 2-4 weeksSAFMARINE BAYETE+9 others
Carrier Identifier: HLCUHapag-Lloyd
Every 2-4 weeksANTWERPEN EXPRESS+9 others
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Closest seaports

Manta to New York

Port of loading

Port of loading

29 days 3h

Every 2-4 weeks

7,662 km

4,761 mi.

3 transfers

No stops

Operating carriersDepartsVessels
Carrier Identifier: CMDUCMA CGM
Every 2-4 weeksVARAMO+2 others
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Most frequent

Cartagena to New York

Port of loading

Port of loading

13 days

2-4 times a week

5,910 km

3,672 mi.

Direct

No stops

Operating carriersDepartsVessels
Carrier Identifier: HLCUHapag-Lloyd
Every 1-2 weeksANTWERPEN EXPRESS+11 others
Carrier Identifier: HDMUHMM
Every 1-2 weeksHYUNDAI HONOUR+1 others
Carrier Identifier: ONEYONE
Every 1-2 weeksONE Wren+1 others
Carrier Identifier: YMLUYang Ming
N/AYM WARRANTY
Carrier Identifier: CMDUCMA CGM
1-2 times a weekSPIRIT OF MELBOURNE+10 others
Carrier Identifier: COSUCOSCO
Every 2-4 weeksCOSCO SHIPPING VOLGA+5 others
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