Canadians Soon to Get More Travel Choices to Costa Rica
Canadians will soon get more choices to travel to Costa Rica Two
airlines, Air Canada and United are adding routes that will benefit
Canadians who wish to travel to Costa Rica.
San Jose, Costa Rica, December 31, 2012 -- For all our Canadian friends,
Air Canada announced this past week, the launch of its new, inexpensive
leisure travel airline brand, 'Rouge,' which will begin service in July
2013 and will provide service, departing from Toronto, to both the San
Jose and Liberia airports in Costa Rica. This is in addition to Air
Canada's 3 regularly scheduled flights from Toronto weekly departing in
the morning and arriving in San Jose in the afternoon.to Juan Santamaria
'With the introduction of Air Canada Rouge, the company enters the
growing leisure travel market,' Ben Smith, executive vice president of
the airline, said in a statement. And As part of a special introductory
rate, flights to Costa Rica will begin at just $389, according to the
For Canadians in the central and western part of the country United
Airlines is announcing connections that will also benefit travellers to
Costa Rica. United Airlines announced plans Wednesday to begin new non-
stop service on several international and domestic routes in the spring,
including weekly year-round service between Chicago's O'Hare
International Airport and San Jos', Costa Rica, scheduled to begin April
The flight is subject to government approval and will operate using
Boeing 737-800 aircraft, the company said in a release.
From other hubs, United also will begin international service between
Washington, D.C.'s Dulles International Airport and San José,
subject to official approval.
The airline is set to launch new domestic services from Dulles to
Vancouver, British Columbia, between Newark and Edmonton and between
Denver and Fort McMurray, Alberta. These services into Canada will also
funnel into United's announced routes to Costa Rica.
Costa Rica is experiencing a boom in Tourism with a record number of
tourists expected to round off record statistics for 2012. Naturewalk
reports that Costa Rica expects to close the year with 2.3 million
tourist visitors. As released this past week, The Costa Rican Tourism
Institute (ICT) estimates that Costa Rica will close the year with a
total of 2,300,000 total tourist arrivals.
If the estimate proves correct, it will break the record set in 2011,
when the country drew 2,196,000 tourists.
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