Dallas-based Southwest Airlines is resuming its daily service to both Guanacaste and San Jose airports in Costa Rica, as of June 2021.
The daily nonstop services from Houston to Libera, Guanacaste and San Jose will be complemented by additional connecting flights to cities in the US from the airline’s Texas gateway.
“We’re excited to continue the reestablishing previously served international service by reuniting the warm hospitality of Costa Rica with the heart and value of the Southwest,” said Andrew Watterson, Southwest Airlines Executive Vice President & Chief Commercial Officer. “We’re seeing more demand for our international routes that already take our customers to Aruba, Cancun, Cozumel, Havana, Los Cabos, Montego Bay, Puerto Vallarta and Punta Cana.”
The low-cost carrier will also operate a seasonal service from Baltimore, Washington to Liberia, Guanacaste beginning 12 June. New flights in the airline’s summer schedule will also bring an additional nonstop service between Denver and the coasts – with new or returning links to Savannah, Hilton Head; Sarasota, Bradenton; Norfolk, Virgina Beach; and additional flights to Long Beach, California and Seattle. “We’re bringing more flights in both Chicago airports, and we continue to spread our love across the Midwest with new flights in St. Louis and Kansas City, both of which are linked nonstop to Orange County, Santa Ana,” added Watterson.