How To Fly In, Out and Around Costa Rica – Airlines and Airports

 How To Fly In, Out and Around Costa Rica   Airlines and Airports
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For such a small country, it’s surprising how many airlines and airports Costa Rica has, wikipedia full list

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Airports in Costa Rica:

* Juan Santamaría International Airport (San Jose)
* Tobias Bolañs International Airport (San Jose)
* Daniel Oduber International Airport (Liberia)
* Limón International Airport (Limon)

Find more transportation options for Costa Rica. 

Domestic Airports:

* Drake Bay Airport (Osa Peninsula)
* Puerto Jimenez Airport (Osa Peninsula)
* Perez Zeledon Airport (San Isidro de El General)
* Tamarindo Airport (Guanacaste)

There are over 50 small, domestic airports throughout Costa Rica in total.

Major International Airlines:

* Taca or Lacsa Airlines
* Copa Airlines
* Delta Air Lines
* Continental Airlines
* American Airlines
* United Airlines
* Iberia Airlines

Domestic Airlines:

* Nature Air – Word’s First Carbon Neutral Airline
* Sansa Regional

These are the most common used airlines internationally and domestically. However, there are over 30 more airlines that you can work with to fly either directly or indirectly to Costa Rica.

Here’s a great article about the specifics of flying into the International Airports by Costa Rica Learn.

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Article by Marina Kuperman Villatoro

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