Quepos And Manuel Antonio Flights
Our Quepos And Manuel Antonio Flights page provides COMPLETE air travel info for getting to Costa Rica, getting around Costa Rica, and seasonal flights to and from Quepos/Manuel Antonio.
Costa Rica has four international airports with the majority of international flights, primarily Canadian, U.S., and European, going to Juan Santamaria International Airport(SJO), just outside of San Jose in central Costa Rica. With 4.1 million passengers, it's the second busiest airport in Central America, next to Tocumen International Airport in Panama.
A growing number of visitors are choosing to fly into or out of the newer Daniel Oduber International Airport(LIR) outside of Liberia in northwestern Costa Rica.
The Costa Rican government charges a $26 departure fee payable by U.S. dollars, Costa Rican colones, or credit card.
For your international travel options visit Kayak.com, a good place to begin your search for the lowest air fares.
Traveling the roads of Costa Rica can eat up a lot of your vacation time, particularly if you're only in the country for a few days.
There's such a variety of places to see scattered about the country, but unfortunately, fairly tedious, time consuming driving conditions on some of our roads. Often, the pace of the traffic flow is dependent upon the slowest moving truck due to minimal to no passing lanes on Costa Rica's winding mountain passes. Traveling by air is a great time saving option.
By far the fastest way of commuting within Costa Rica is either of the two commuter airlines, Sansa and Nature Air. Nature Air, by the way, boasts the world's first carbon neutral airline and the largest "private charter" operation in Central America.
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