Nature Air lets kids fly free

July 19, 2011

Costa Rica-based airline Nature Air this week reinstated its Kids Fly Free program. It will run through Dec. 15.

With the purchase of two adult tickets, a family can receive free seats for up to two children under the age of 12. Some hotels in Costa Rica will also join Nature Air by providing free accommodations for children when traveling with families on the Kids Fly Free program. Select hotels are offering free meals for children throughout their stay.

Nature Air CEO Alex Khajavi said in a press release that he hopes the deal will benefit families looking to take a vacation, but also having financial difficulties affording a trip.

“As a father of two and frequent traveler, I understand the financial impact of taking the whole family on vacation,” Khajavi said. “It’s our goal to make this Costa Rica vacation experience more attainable for families with young kids.”

To purchase tickets and see a complete list of flight schedules and partnering hotels, visit www.natureair.com or call 1-800-235-9272. To reserve flights and hotels, contact www.naturevacations.com.

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