More flights to Costa Rica will be available from North America and Europe at the end of the year due to the increase in both frequencies and routes.
Meanwhile, there will be fewer flights with connections in the region due to the reorganization of Avianca, while a reduction in flights to Nicaragua due to the continuing crisis in that country.
As to international destinations, Canada’s Air Transat will begin flights from December 18 under the triangular model that will connect Vancouver, San Jose, and Liberia; in the same way, KLM will service the two Costa Rican international terminals and Amsterdam starting October 29.
Also, Air Europa from Spain announced a new route starting in April 2020, totally focused on the thousands of Spanish travelers that come to Costa Rica every year.
Meanwhile, American Airlines and JetBlue flights to Costa Rica, starting in November, will offer almost 100,000 additional seats (per year), with direct routes to John F. Kennedy Airport in New York.
More than 27 airlines connect Costa Rica with the Americas and Europe directly.
- Air France: Paris
- British Airways: London
- Condor: Frankfurt
- Edelweiss: Zurich
- Iberia: Madrid
- KLM: Amsterdam
- Lufthansa: Frankfurt
- TUI: London
North And Central America
- Aeroméxico: Mexico City
- Air Canada: Toronto
- Air Transat: Vancouver
- Alaska Airlines: Los Ángeles
- American Airlines: Dallas, Miami, Charlotte, Phoenix
- Avianca: Guatemala, San Salvador
- Copa: Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras
- Delta: Atlanta, Los Ángeles
- Jet Blue: Fort Lauderdale, Nueva York, Orlando
- Interjet: Mexico City
- United: Nueva York, Houston, Chicago, Denver
- Volaris: San Salvador, Guatemala, México City, Cancún, Los Ángeles, Washington D.C., New York
- Spirit: Fort Lauderdale, Orlando
- Southwest: Baltimore, Houston, Fort Lauderdale
- Sunwing: Toronto
- WestJet: Toronto
- Air Panama: Panama City
- Albatros: Caracas
- Avianca: Panama City, Lima, Bogota
- Copa Airlines: Panama City
- LATAM: Lima