Wednesday 28 September 2022

Spirit Begins Houston – San Jose “Very Low Cost” Flights May 28

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28 September 2022 - At The Banks - BCCR

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(QCOSTARICA TRAVEL) Starting May 28, Sprint Airlines begins offering four weekly flights between Houston (IAH) and San Jose (SJO), at a “very low cost”.

Spirit public relations manager, Irisaida Mendez, said prices will vary depending on the day of the purchase, however, she said they will be inexpensive, at least 40% below other airlines.

The airline said it is going after vacationers and people visiting relatives in Costa Rica.

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The flights will be on Fridays, Saturdays, Mondays and Wednesdays, on an Airbus A319 with a capacity of 178 people.

At the Q we did price shopping for the dates of May 29 to San Jose and return to Houston on June 5, the lowest fare is US$309.81.
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For the same dates, to Houston from San Jose and back, the lowest fare is US$293.41.

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