Spain’s Iberia is gradually recovering its regular flight schedule as demand picks up and, as of this summer, it is now possible to fly daily to San José, Costa Rica. With this increase in supply -from five to seven weekly frequencies-, the airline reinforces its leadership and commitment to Central America.
These flights are operated with Airbus A330-200 aircraft, with capacity for 288 passengers, 19 in Business Class and 269 in Economy Class.
The increase in the operation is aimed at favoring the flow of travelers and tourism on both sides of the Atlantic, in addition to improving connectivity between Costa Rica and the more than 90 destinations to which Iberia flies in Europe.
It is also accompanied by a very attractive campaign with prices starting at 360,566CRC, round trip, in Economy class, and a flexibility policy, in order to facilitate changes or refunds in vouchers when personal or destination circumstances are affected by the current situation.
“We know the importance of maintaining connectivity with Central America and, for this reason, in 2021 we are offering 246,000 seats. Currently, Iberia is the company that offers the best connectivity and the largest number of direct flights from Europe, so it is a great joy to have recovered the regular flight schedule that we offered before the pandemic,” said Victor Moneo, Director of LATAM Sales and Institutional Agreements.
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