Frontier to Begin Flights to Liberia, Costa Rica

The airline has announced it will initiate flights to Daniel Oduber International Airport in February 2011.

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

In a press release the carrier indicated that its first flight of the year will be on 13 February and the last on 21 August with one per week.

Daniel Shurz, Republic Airways Holdings Inc's vice-president for strategy and planning, "did not explain why this route will only be for five months initially," according to

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