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FAA opens Boeing safety review amid reports of pressure

US air safety regulators will open a review of operations at Boeing after feedback from inspectors assigned to provide oversight for the government showed many feel unable to share their concerns.

FAA restores Costa Rica’s top aviation safety rating

The Federal Aviation Administration has upgraded Costa Rican aviation to a Category 1 rating, meaning the country now complies with international standards for safety oversight.

Authorities cite ‘helpful and effective’ meetings with FAA as Costa Rica seeks to restore status

DGAC did not provide a timeline for when Category 1 status could be restored. 

Costa Rica to begin work with FAA to recover Category 1 status

Costa Rica will meet with FAA representatives from June 10-12 in Washington, D.C.

Costa Rica working with FAA to restore Category 1 rating ‘as soon as possible’

Costa Rica-based airlines “will not be allowed to establish new service to the United States.”

Juan Santamaría International Airport now offers discounted long-term parking

Hourly parking rates at the airport increased by almost 16 percent last year, but now new daily and weekly rates allow savings up to 52 percent.

Lawmakers, officials push for 2 new airports in Costa Rica

Talks about building a new airport in Costa Rica's Southern Zone have gone on for nearly a decade. Officials now may be getting closer to a deal. Meanwhile, at least one lawmaker wants to build another airport in the Northern Zone.

Costa Rica’s Juan Santamaría International Airport to add new stores, supermarket

Airport expansion will help accommodate an additional 260,000 passengers per year, an 18 percent increase from the airport's current capacity.

Costa Rica’s Juan Santamaría International Airport to add two new boarding gates

The expansion project, which will help ease air transit in the popular tourism destination, will cost $18 million and take a year to complete.

Regulatory authority cancels concession for taxi service at the Juan Santamaria International Airport

A company that operates taxis at the international airport outside San José was caught failing to use taximeters, known as marias in Spanish.

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