JetBlue to Begin Costa Rican Operations on March 26

The airline will make a daily flight from Orlando, Florida to Costa Rica, operating an Embraer E-190 jet with a capacity for 100 people.

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Hassel Fallas wrote in Nacion.com: "The company finished handing in the documents (safety manuals, etc.) requesting the Directorate General of Civil Aviation to grant flight permits. They are ready. What is missing is for the matter to be recognized by the Technical Council this week so JetBlue can have a provisional license,' said Jorge Fernandez, director of Civil Aviation."

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New daily nonstop service from Orlando to San Jose

December 2008

JetBlue Airways today announces plans to broaden its Latin American presence with new daily nonstop service to San Jose, Costa Rica, begining March 26, 2009.

JetBlue Airways Corporation, New York's hometown value airline, today announces plans to broaden its Latin American presence with new daily nonstop service to its 53rd Blue City: San Jose, Costa Rica.

Jet Blue to Fly between New York and Liberia

July 2011

The low-cost airline will operate 4 weekly flights between New York and the Costa Rican city of Liberia, on the Pacific coast.

Jet Blue, which already operates a route between Orlando and the Costa Rican capital, San José, announced that the new flight will be available from November 17, 2011.

Jetblue Announces New Direct Flight Boston - Costa Rica

May 2014

Starting November, the airline will add a new direct flight from Boston, in the United States, to Guanacaste, Costa Rica.

As part of the expansion of its services in Latin America, the low-cost airline will begin operating a new flight from 1 November from the U.S. city of Boston to Daniel Oduber Quiros International Airport in Liberia, Costa Rica.

El Salvador Negotiates New Flights to the County

February 2009

Tourism officials, in the framework of the event Routes, have had meetings with airline companies considering new flights to the country.

Laprensagrafica.com publishes: "The majority of the airlines with whom talks have begun operate under the charter model," Minister Rochi said.

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