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¢4 billion plane has already failed and was almost a month out of service

(QCOSTARICA) The plane for which the Government paid more than ¢4 billion colones (US$7 million dollars) to combat drug trafficking has already failed and been out of service for almost a month, sent to the shop on May 11, 2020. It wasn't until this week...

Costa Rica installs an air base at Nicaragua border

The Government of Costa Rica has installed an area base on the border with Nicaragua and added more police to monitor and prevent the illegal entry of Nicaraguans to Costa Rica through unauthorized crossings or through the Peñas Blancas and Las Tablillas immigration posts. Up...

Costa Rica Takes Delivery Of Donated Helicopters By U.S.

Four Bell UH-1 helicopters, donated by the United States, arrived in Costa Rica Friday at noon and were on display to the press at the Base 2 area of the Juan Santamaria Airport (SJO) in Alajuela. They are part of the United States Air Training...

4 helicopters donated by the United States will arrive today

Four helicopters, valued at more than US$43 million dollars, donated by the United States will arrive in Costa Rica today (Friday). They will be used to provide support in emergency care in mountainous terrain or in difficult weather conditions. The offer was made by the...

Air Surveillance Service Made More Official Transport Flights Than Patrols

The Servicio de Vigilancia Aérea (SVA)- Air Surveillance Service - of the Ministry of Public Security made - over two years - more flights of official transport, which is qualified as an exception, than police patrols, according to a study conducted by the Comptroller...

China Donates To Costa Rica Airplanes To Fight Crime and For Use in Humanitarian Aid

(QCOSTARICA) Through a donation by the government of China, Costa Rica now has two new airplanes for the transport of police for the fight against organized crime and drug trafficking, as well as ambulance and humanitarian aid. The two planes, with the tail numbers MSP009...


Costa Rica's police at work. Photos of the special air surveillane unit (Servicio Vigilancia Aerea - SVA) of the Fuerza Publica. Photos from MSP - Ministerio de Segurida Publica


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