Local flights increase in Costa Rica due to executive demand
Executives are increasingly using airplanes or helicopters to do business inside the country.
Wednesday, June 11, 2008
The increase in business outside of the Central Valley has turned domestic flights into an indispensible tool for executives.
Favoured by the poor state of road infrastructure domestic airlines have reported increases of over 20% in the number of passengers they transported between 2014 and this year.
The company Taxis Aéreos de El Salvador has obtained permission to operate domestic flights from San Salvador to the east of the country, and plans to operate routes to Guatemala and Honduras.
Although the number of airlines has increased from 12 to 19 in the past two years, only those with fixed itineraries can be optimistic.
Starting June 2010, Aero República will fly six times a week between Bogota and San José, making a stop in Panama.
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