March 11. As of mid-March, Southwest Airlines remains the only U.S. airline that has not resumed service to Costa Rica since suspending flights due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Southwest Airlines’ “Low Fare Calendar” lists no tickets available for purchase to or from Costa Rica’s airports through at least August.
Costa Rica has remained open to international tourists since November 1. Visitors are no longer required to have a negative coronavirus test, though travel medical insurance is necessary.
In addition, Costa Rica welcomed new routes from United Airlines and JetBlue. Both carriers introduced direct flights from Los Angeles, while United Airlines also launched flights from Denver to the San José area.
Source: The Tico Times