Thursday 26 January 2023

Flight Route San Jose and Granada?

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Granada, Nicaragua

Q COSTA RICA – The union of Nicaraguan businessmen has reported that airlines may be interested in establishing flights between San Jose, Costa Rica and the resort city of Granada in Nicaragua.

The President of the Superior Council of Private Enterprise (COSEP), Jose Adan Aguerri, told that the airlines who may be interested are carrying out an evaluation process and are review of the subject.

This comes a month after the low-cost airline Volaris began offering flights between San Jose and the Nicaragua capital city of Managua.

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Additionally, “…As part of efforts to achieve a better connection between Costa Rica and Nicaragua, the business leader reported that governments of both countries opened this week, on the Costa Rica side, a building for immigration and cargo services at the Penas Blancas border post.”

Aguerri “… said that in the next few days the Central American tourism sector will be meeting in San Jose and next week the business sector together with the Council of Ministers of Economy will be there, following up on the regional integration agenda. There they will take the opportunity to raise the demand for a migratory route in El Naranjo and La Cruz.”

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