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Southwest Airlines warns of hit from latest Covid-19 surge

Southwest projected that August revenues would be down 15 to 20 percent compared with the 2019 period.

Spirit Airlines flight cancellations enter fifth day

A warning to those flying Spirit Airlines.

Spirit, American flight cancellations impact Costa Rica

Two major U.S. airlines, Spirit and American, have canceled hundreds of flights this week, including several to Costa Rica.

Airlines face another bleak year as outlook worsens

Airlines face another bleak year with steeper losses than previously forecast, as some regions struggle to speed up Covid-19 vaccination campaigns and control virus variants

News briefs: Costa Rica news highlights to start your Friday

We hope you're reading this with a delicious Costa Rican coffee or traditional gallo pinto. Here's the Costa Rica (and regional) news you should know on Friday, October 30.

Clarifying the isolation requirement for Costa Rican citizens

Last week, the Costa Rica Tourism Board announced that, as of October 26, citizens would no longer need to quarantine upon returning to the country.

Managua airport resumes flights after coronavirus closure

Managua's international airport on Saturday received its first commercial flight almost six months after airlines suspended routes as a precaution during the Covid-19 pandemic, local media reported.

Colombia announces $370 mn loan to pandemic-hit airline Avianca

The government says Avianca accounts for 1.4 percent of the country's GDP.

El Salvador will resume international flights on September 19

El Salvador has prohibited foreigners from entering the country since March 11, with exceptions for diplomats and permanent residents.

News briefs: Costa Rica continues to be country of choice for Swiss visitors

The Chief Prosecutor’s Office has opened an investigation into a vacation taken by President Carlos Alvarado. 

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