KLM will fly to Liberia, Guanacaste from October

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KLM will fly to Liberia, Guanacaste from October
Tue April 09, 2019

"Guanacaste is the second largest region in Costa Rica. The region is known for its beautiful nature, which makes it a unique tourist destination in combination with San José, "said Pieter Elbers, general manager of the airline


After two years of opening its first direct flight to Costa Rica, KLM will expand its offer on national soil flying to Liberia, Guanacaste (LIR) starting next October.

Following its 2019 winter calendar, KLM will attend this region on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica four times a week with a direct flight from Amsterdam. Coming from Europe, this flight will make an intermediate landing in San José, a destination to which the airline KLM has been traveling since October 31, 2017.

KLM, which sells this route from today, will begin service on October 29 on Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays between Amsterdam-Schiphol, San Jose and Guanacaste-Liberia. The flights will be operated with a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, with 30 seats in business class, 45 seats in economic-comfort class and 219 seats in economy class.

KL0717 / KL0719 will depart from Amsterdam -Schiphol at 11:35 and will arrive in San José (Costa Rica) at 17:15 local time. From there, the flight will depart at 7:15 p.m. to Liberia, Guanacaste to arrive at 8:10 p.m.
After a brief 65-minute stop on land, the flight continues with the same flight number directly to Amsterdam -Schiphol, with an exit from Liberia, Guanacaste at 9:15 pm local time; to get to Amsterdam -Schiphol at 13:20 local time the next day.

"Guanacaste is the second largest region in Costa Rica. The region is known for its beautiful nature, which makes it a unique tourist destination in combination with San José. All this makes Liberia, Guanacaste a valuable addition to our KLM network, "said Pieter Elbers, CEO of KLM.

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