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Avianca Airlines Airfare Deal Alert to Central and South America

Avianca airlines has a list of bargain fares between the United States and San Jose Costa Rica (SJO) as well other Central and South...

Number of Tourists Flying into Costa Rica Increases in 2021

Costa Rica closed 2021 with a total of 1,347,055 tourists, of which 94% (1,270,483) came into the airports of San Jose and Liberia. This...

US airlines warn of ‘calamity’ if 5G deployed near airports

The chief executives of America's largest airlines warned of a "catastrophic disruption" to travel and shipping operations if telecommunication firms roll out their 5G...

Avianca adds 3 New flights from Costa Rica to South America

Starting March 27, travelers will be able to go directly to Cartagena, Medellin (Colombia) and Quito (Ecuador). With the launch of 3 new non-stop...

British Airways Has Returned to San Jose, Costa Rica

Flights on British Airways have returned to Juan Santamaría Airport after more than 18 months since suspending its operations to Costa Rica. The airline...

Frontier Airlines adding new flight to Costa Rica

Weeks after making its return to Costa Rica, low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines announced it will add a new route from Florida to Guanacaste (LIR).

New flights strengthen connection between Costa Rica and Florida

Travelers now have more options that ever to fly between Costa Rica and Florida.

Frontier Airlines announces return to Costa Rica

Low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines will make its return to Costa Rica with nonstop flights from Florida starting in July. 

Mexican authorities warn about flying Interjet as airline cancels flights

Interjet, a low-cost airline based in Mexico, canceled all of its Sunday flights and stranded thousands of passengers as reports surfaced that it had failed to pay for jet fuel. 

LATAM, Latin America’s largest airline, files for bankruptcy in US

The International Air Transport Association has forecast a $15 billion loss in revenue for Latin American airlines this year.

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