Air Transport: More Costs, Less Investment

The Mexican Volaris announced that so far, they do not plan to execute any growth plan in Costa Rica, because operating costs in the country will rise considerably in 2020.

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Managers of the low-cost airline said that the increase in fares to Juan Santamaria airport scheduled for next year will represent a 59% increase in the operation cost of the company in the country.

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Ronny Rodriguez, director of Institutional Relations of Volaris for Central America, told Nacion.com that "... the airport administrator Juan Santamaría, the firm Aeris, circulated among airport users a fare proposal with strong increases for 2020."

Rodriguez said that "... for example, it is expected to increase by 454% the cost for the use of infrastructure in that terminal and by 127% the value of the service of renting a bus for the transfer of passengers between boarding lines."

For the leaders of the company, this increase in costs makes the operation in the country unviable.

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