Costa Rica’s air borders reopened for tourism on August 1, 2020. Commercial flights from Europe, the United States and all over the world are gradually coming back and forth to both San José (SJO) and Liberia (LIR) airports. Here’s the latest information for flights to Costa Rica.
In this Covid-19 pandemic mess, you are wondering if there is any airlines flying to Costa Rica. The answer is : yes! There are approximately six airlines currently arriving and departing from this green country.
If you are traveling from an authorized U.S. States, American Airlines and United Airlines are flying from Miami & Dallas, and New York Neward & Houston, respectively. Important to note that, the Costa Rican Tourism Institute is allowing transfers. For example, an Arizona resident can fly to Dallas or Houston and then flight to Costa Rica.
Regarding travelers from Europe, only Iberia and Lufthansa, with multiple flights a week each, have resumed regular service to Costa Rica.
UPDATE October 20 – Airlines arriving and departing from Costa Rica :
- Air Canada : From/to Toronto on November 6 to Liberia and November 3 to San Jose
- Aeromexico : From/to Mexico City on October 18
- Air France : From/to Paris on October 31
- Alaska Airlines : From/to Los Angeles on November 19
- American Airlines : From/to Miami and Dallas, on September 9
- British Airways : From/to London on November 1
- Copa Airlines : From/to Panama City on September 10
- Edelweiss Air : From/to Zurich on October 30
- Iberia : From/to Madrid on August 3
- Jet Blue : From/to New York on October 25. From/to Fort Lauderdale on November 1. From/to Orlando on November 4.
- KLM : From Amsterdam on October 27
- Lufthansa : From/to Frankfurt on August 5
- Spirit Airlines : From/to Fort Lauderdale on September 10. From/to Orlando on November 1
- United Airlines : From/to New York Neward on September 3. From/to Houston on September 13.