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The Number of Weekly Flights Arriving from the U.S.

Jul 23, 2016
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The number of weekly flights arriving from the U.S.

Getting to Costa Rica is as easy as picking a major departure city. The country is serviced by two international airports, located in Liberia and San José, and there are more than 200 weekly flights arriving from the continental United States. There are currently seven U.S. carriers offering direct flights from major U.S. cities, including Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, JetBlue, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines and United Airlines.

For those headed to the beautiful Costa Ballena region, there are more than 160 weekly flights to the capital city of San José, which is located approximately 100 miles from the coastal town of Dominical. Once on the ground in San José, travelers can board a scenic 25-minute domestic flight across the majestic mountains and down to the central western coastal town of Quepos, approximately 28 miles north of Dominical. SANSA offers five flights daily from San José to Quepos, while NatureAir offers three daily flights.

Travelers from the U.S. east coast can board direct flights to Costa Rica from departure cities including New York, Newark, Baltimore, Washington D.C., Charlotte, Atlanta, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale and Miami. Flights from Chicago, Denver and Dallas service the Midwest region, while departures from Phoenix, Houston and Los Angeles have the southwest covered. Canadian travelers can also reach beautiful Costa Rica via 10 weekly flights departing from Toronto and Montreal, operated by Air Canada, Sunwing Airlines and Westjet.

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