If you are in Germany and want to come to Costa Rica, these are good news for you! Flying to Germany from San Jose will soon be getting easier. Condor Airlines, the German leisure carrier will start flying on November 6, 2016.
As well it will add a weekly flight from Munich to Barbados, Havana, Santo Domingo and San Jose for the winter 2016/17 season.
The flight is part of Condor’s expanded services to the Caribbean, bringing its number of destinations to 17.
“This is possible by adding three additional Boeing 767-300ERs to our fleet,” Condor chairman and CEO Thomas Cook Group Ralf Teckentrup said. The carrier will add a 767-300 in May, followed by two more in July.
Condor’s 767-300ER are configured with 30 business, 35 premium and 180 economy class seats, for a total capacity of 245.
Condor already offers affordable flights to Costa Rica from Germany and other European locations via Frankfurt, starting at 299 Euros one-way. See the Condor website for more details.
Nearly 400,000 Europeans entered the country by all ports, a growth of 6.1%. The majority, some 300,000 arrive by air.
The carrier transports around 7 million passengers to 75 destinations worldwide. Condor, part of the Thomas Cook Group, operates nine Airbus A320s, seven A321s, 13 Boeing 757-300s and 13 767-300ERs.
Source: Costa Rican News