Aeromexico reactivates its flights to Costa Rica
"The return of this airline revives the hope of economic reactivation for both nations; we appreciate the confidence in our destination," said Gustavo J. Segura Sancho, Rector Minister of Tourism
Aeroméxico restarted its operations at the Juan Santamaría International Airport this Sunday, October 18, with three flights a week from Mexico City. The flights will operate on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, departing from Mexico; and Tuesday, Friday and Sunday, leaving Costa Rica.
The first of Aeroméxico's reactivation flights landed at the air terminal located in Alajuela in the first minutes of the morning of this Sunday with a little more than 100 passengers.
“Mexico is the third most important tourist market for Costa Rica, only preceded by the United States of America and Canada. The return of Aeroméxico revives the hope of economic reactivation for both nations; We appreciate the trust in our destination ”, said Gustavo J. Segura Sancho, Rector Minister of Tourism of Costa Rica.
For his part, Giancarlo Mulinelli, Aeroméxico's Senior Vice President of Global Sales, commented that: “It is an honor for the entire Aeroméxico family to resume flights to a destination as important to us as Costa Rica. We are aware that teamwork with all representatives of the tourism sector, including the Costa Rican Tourism Institute, is essential to continue offering more and better options for travelers, with the highest safety standards ”.
Aeroméxico has been connecting Mexico with Costa Rica for more than 10 years, a country which they classify as “a Central American destination with a privileged location that allows visitors to enjoy beaches of both the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, live extreme adventures in its volcanoes. , rainforests and waterfalls, in addition to knowing the interesting culture that characterizes them ”.
The airline reiterated its commitment to generating safe travel experiences for all its customers and collaborators through the implementation of its Health and Hygiene Management System throughout its operation, in addition to reinforcing that it will continue to reactivate its operations in Central America and throughout the world, as conditions allow, to continue offering the best connectivity network.
According to data from the Migration and Immigration Directorate systematized by the ICT, in 2019 there were 97,173 international arrivals from Mexico.