Articles Tagged ‘SJO’
British Airways start seven new services from three of its London bases.
WestJet begins five new international services – two of which connect Charlottetown and Toronto with Florida.
Alaska Airlines starts its first flights into Costa Rica, with four times weekly services from Los Angeles to Liberia and San José.
Southwest Airlines commences services from the Texan airport to six international destinations across Belize, Mexico and Costa Rica.
Is this a world-beating FTWA? Can it beat the other competing airports this week? Will it be good enough to get onto the 2015 Arch of Triumph leader board? The answers to those questions and more inside…
Volaris now serves San Jose (Costa Rica) from both Cancún and Guadalajara.
Capacity in Guatemala is on the up again despite previous annual growth being inconsistent; Volaris becomes latest carrier
With an estimated population of 15.8 million, Guatemala is served by two commercial airports, Flores and Guatemala City. Even though growth has been inconsistent over the past 10 years, airline capacity in the country is rising once again – anna.aero looks to see whether this growth will be sustained or if past trends of decline […]
Avianca re-launches services from Bogota to Los Angeles, a route that has not operated since January 2011. It also adds San Jose to San Andreas Island services.
Spirit Airlines adds four international routes from Houston Intercontinental to San Jose in Costa Rica, Managua in Nicaragua, San Pedro Sula in Honduras and San Salvador in El Salvador.
Southwest Airlines now links Baltimore/Washington to San Jose and Houston Hobby to Aruba with daily and weekly flights respectively, using its 737-700s.
Situated on the isthmus connecting North and South America, Panama is served by 18 commercial airports providing scheduled airline services in 2015. With Panama City controlling 94% of the country’s scheduled seat capacity this January, anna.aero investigates the airlines operating in this interesting market and reveals which is the #1 country market.
Cubana links Havana and San Jose with twice-weekly Antonov An-158 flights.