Delta Flies Nonstop From JFK to S. José, Liberia
Delta Air Lines announced the launch of nonstop flights between New York’s JFKInternationalAirport, and Juan Santamaría and Daniel Oduber international airports, in central and northwest Costa Rica, respectively.
The flights are scheduled to begin this week, according to the airline’s press release.
With the new service, Delta is offering a total of 31 weekly flights to Costa Rica from the United States, including routes from Atlanta, Los Angeles, and now, New York, a press release said Monday.
Delta’s flights come on the tail of an announcement last week that low-cost carrier ATA Airlines would begin direct flights from Miami to San José, slated to start March 15.
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