Germany’s airberlin announces biweekly flights to Liberia
German airline airberlin.com announced this week that it will fly to Costa Rica every 14 days starting in November. Flights leave Düsseldorf every other Saturday for Liberia, the capital city of Costa Rica’s northwestern province of Guanacaste. Access to Liberia’s Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport allows travelers easy access to Costa Rica’s Pacific beaches and many national parks.
During the winter schedule, an Airbus 330-200 will leave Düsseldorf every other Saturday for Liberia via Cancún in Mexico starting on 12 November. Connecting flights are available from Berlin, Dresden, Hamburg, Nuremberg, Stuttgart, Vienna and Zurich.
You may be interested
Health restrictions in Costa Rica cause tension on border with NicaraguaAFP and The Tico Times - May 28, 2020
Thousands of Nicaraguan truckers blocked the country's southern border on Wednesday, in retaliation for the health restrictions imposed by Costa…
LATAM, Latin America’s largest airline, files for bankruptcy in USMiguel SANCHEZ / AFP - May 27, 2020
Shares in Latin America's largest airline plunged on the New York and Santiago stock exchanges on Tuesday after LATAM filed…
Costa Rica adds 28 new coronavirus cases; Health Ministry says Nicaragua is a risk factorAlejandro Zúñiga - May 27, 2020
Costa Rica confirmed 28 new cases of the coronavirus over the past day, totaling 984 cumulative known cases, the Health…