Tuesday 2 March 2021

New Low-Cost Flight: Dallas – Liberia

The low-cost airline Sun Country announced that between June and August 2020 it will operate a weekly flight between the Dallas, Texas and  Liberia, Costa Rica.

The operation will begin on Saturday June 13 and end on Saturday August 15, with flights departing the Dallas Fort Worth airport (DFW) at 8 am and arriving at the Daniel Oduber international airport (LIR)  in Liberia a 11:05 a.m.; An hour later, the flight heads back to Dallas.

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Currently, the airline is offering flights for US$187 one-way per traveler, that includes all applicable taxes, fees, and charges (bag fees may apply). More details here.

“We are excited to add this new route to Daniel Oduber Quiros International Airport and to serve Dallas-Fort Worth,” said Grant Whitney, chief revenue officer for Sun Country. “We are also committed to connecting guests affordably to their favorite people, places and memories, and we look forward to bringing that commitment to Costa Rica. We believe guests will enjoy our low rates, excellent customer service and a comfortable onboard experience”.

 

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