Air Caraibes to Fly to Costa Rica Beginning in December
The French Caribbean airline Air Caraibes announced Oct.12 it will begin flying to Costa Rica from France and the Antilles beginning in December.
The airline has planes with capacity for 100 people that will depart from JuanSantamaríaInternationalAirport, just outside of San José, stop over in Panama and continue to Guadeloupe in the French Antilles, where passengers can board another plane to continue to Paris, France.
Tickets will run about $450 from San José to Guadeloupe and $850 from San José to Paris, according to Air Caraibes sales director Marie Claire Roux.
Air Caraibes has been based in Guadeloupe for about four years and travels to several destinations including Cuba and the Dominican Republic.
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