Weekly Costa Rica Flight Information Update (November 11, 2020)

Nov 11, 2020

Costa Rica flight/airline information update: Latest weekly update for flight/airline info into and out of Costa Rica during the coronavirus pandemic as of November 11, 2020.

The first Iberia flight from Madrid arrived on August 3. Since then, Aeromexico, Air Canada, Air France, American Airlines, Avianca, Copa, Delta, JetBlue, Lufthansa, Spirit, United, and Volaris have also restarted operations, albeit limited.  Domestic airline Sansa is also flying again. You’ll see these airlines in bold. We’ll keep updating this list on a weekly basis until everything is in bold.

A very quiet week, with no major changes since the last update. JetBlue and United started their San Jose (SJO) services to/from Orlando and Chicago respectively since last week. 

Please find below the latest Costa Rica flight information as of November 11, 2020.

Aeroméxico: San Jose (SJO) operations resumed October 18 to/from Mexico City. 

Air Canada: San Jose (SJO) operations resumed November 3 to/from Toronto. 

Air France: San Jose (SJO) operations resumed October 31 to/from Paris. 

Air Transat: All operations suspended until further notice.

Alaska: San Jose (SJO) operations to resume November 20 to/from Los Angeles.

Albatros Airlines: All operations suspended until further notice.

American Airlines: San Jose (SJO) operations resumed September 9 to/from Dallas and Miami. Liberia (LIR) operations resumed in October to/from Miami and Dallas.

Avianca: San Jose (SJO) operations resumed November 1 to/from San Salvador and Bogota.

British Airways: San Jose (SJO) operations to resume December 1 to/from London.

Condor: Information still pending from the airline.

Costa Rica Green Airways (domestic airline): Available for private charter internal charter flights.

Copa Airlines: San Jose (SJO) operations resumed September 10 to/from Panama City. San Jose operations to/from Guatemala City to resume November 23. Information still pending from the airline regarding other routes.

Delta Airlines: San Jose (SJO) and Liberia (LIR) operations resumed November 2 to/from Atlanta. SJO operations to resume December 17 to/from Los Angeles. LIR operations to resume December 19 to/from Los Angeles and Minneapolis.

Edelweiss: Operations to resume in 2021.

Iberia: San Jose (SJO) operations resumed August 3. 

Interjet: Information still pending from the airline.

JetBlue: San Jose (SJO) operations resumed November 1 to/from Fort Lauderdale and November 4 to/from Orlando. San Jose operations to resume November 20 to/from New York and December 18 to/from Los Angeles. Liberia (LIR) operations to/from New York to start November 7 and to/from Los Angeles to start December 18. 

KLM: San Jose (SJO) operations to resume November 26 to/from Amsterdam.

Latam: Operations to resume in 2021.

Lufthansa: San Jose (SJO) operations resumed August 5. 

Sansa (domestic airline): Local operations have returned.

Skyway (domestic airline): Information still pending from airline.

Southwest: Operations to resume in 2021.

Spirit: Operations resumed in September between San Jose (SJO) and Fort Lauderdale.

United: San Jose (SJO) operations resumed September 3 to/from Newark, September 13 to/from Houston, and November 7 to/from Chicago. Flights between Liberia (LIR) and Newark and Houston resumed in September. San Jose operations to resume December 19 to/from Denver, Washington DC, and Los Angeles. LIR operations to/from Denver to resume November 7, Chicago on December 19, and Los Angeles on January 8.

Volaris: San Jose (SJO) operations resumed October 29 to/from Mexico City (via Guatemala City). San Jose operations to resume November 26 to/from Cancun.

WestJet: Information still pending from the airline.

Wingo: San Jose (SJO) operations to resume November 16 to/from Bogota.

All passengers should contact their airlines directly through their own official channels. You’ll find their Costa Rican telephone numbers here on the Juan Santamaria Airport website. Any of the flights listed above are subject to last minute cancellation or change.

The current COVID-19 pandemic is ever-changing and flight info will change all the time. We’ll keep this list updated as things change. 

James Dyde is the editor of centralamerica.com. He lives in Escazu, Costa Rica.