Executive Aviation in Costa Rica

In a growing market, 16 commercial air companies operate an average of four to five corporate flights a day.

Monday, October 3, 2016

Providing a flight with value added services, such as alliances with hotels and transport services in the areas surrounding airports is one of the elements with which airlines that offer charter flights to businesses and tourists are aiming to differentiate themselves.

For example, Elfinancierocr.com explains, "... some of the services that make airlines be better positioned in the market are access to wifi in the hanger, greater luggage capacity, allowing pets on board, international insurance and accessibility when boarding the plane. "

"... In the case of tourists, airlines say favorite destinations are Santa Teresa, Playa Hermosa and Conchal, while Liberia and Tamarindo remain a favorite for executives and professionals."These routes are growing a lot because of the real estate development in the area'", said  Everardo Carmona, general manager of Carmonair to Elfinancierocr.com.

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