April 19. In a sign of growing demand and further return to normal travel patterns, Dutch airline KLM plans to resume its Costa Rica flights starting June 29, the Tourism Board (ICT) announced Monday.
The carrier will operate three weekly flights (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays) on a triangle route from Amsterdam to the San José area (SJO) and Liberia (LIR).
“We celebrate the return of KLM,” said Gustavo Segura, Tourism Minister. “They are betting on Costa Rica, increasing the number of seats for the next few months and promoting the arrival of Europeans to the country.”
The Dutch government has asked citizens not to travel abroad through at least May 15 and currently mandates a self-quarantine upon return.
Tickets for the KLM flights are on-sale now.
Source: Tico Times