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Coronavirus and flights: study reveals low transmission of COVID-19 on board aircraft

QCOSTARICA - The International Air Transport Association (IATA), released an updated registry of infections of COVID-19 on board commercial flights, revealing a low incidence of transmission in a flight. According to this report and the analysis of flight figures between January and the end of...

Costa Rica tourism promoter reports cancellations due to expensive insurance

(QCOSTARICA) The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and Futuropa, an organization specialized in promoting Costa Rica as a tourist destination in Europe, warn that the high cost of mandatory traveler insurance by the Instituto Nacional de Seguros (INS) undermines the interest of tourists to...

IATA warns Costa Rica for overcharging on travel insurance

(QCOSTARICA) The International Air Transport Association (IATA) issued a warning to the Costa Rican government for the "excessive" cost of the mandatory travel insurance policy for international travelers entering the country. One of the requirements established for the entry of foreign tourists to the country...

Will COVID-19 testing be a key requirement for international flights?

(QCOSTARICA) The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is clear: the application of tests to detect COVID-19 should not be a necessary aspect to resume international air operations or reopen borders. The organization, made up of more than 290 airlines and 120 countries, is one of...

These would be the requirements to be able to board international flights

(QCOSTARICA) Two of the most important international aviation organizations suggested that governments stick to seven far-reaching measures to revive the sector after the severe impact of the coronavirus COVID-19. The protocols for flights in these times of coronavirus are established in the document entitled “Providing...

What is the impact of recent turbulence on Costa Rica’s commercial aviation?

Volaris announced on November 13 that it would freeze the growth of its operations in Costa Rica. The risk of a strong increase in costs, the possibility of extending a contract and the current competitiveness of fares are the three axes of the tense...

IATA: “High costs and lack of definition of the future of Juan Santamaría airport threaten aviation in Costa Rica”

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expressed its "deep concern" for the increases in airport charges and the cost of aviation fuel at the Juan Santamaría International Airport (SJO). In addition, the IATA considered that Costa Rica's airport infrastructure expansion plans "do not have a...

Is It San Jose or San Jose?

You've booked your flight. You're pumped. The dream vacation to Costa Rica is all you could think about lately. You've arrived at the airport, but, wait there is something wrong, your flight is headed for California and not the San Jose you had been...

Funniest, Weirdest and Naughtiest Airport Codes Include Costa Rica’s NOB

Q TRAVEL - The funniest, weirdest and naughtiest airport codes in the world include Costa Rica's Nosara airport, the NOB; a BUM, Butler airport in the U.S.; and OMG in Namibia. Each airport around the world has to be abbreviated to three letters and some...

Airlines Worry Zika May Be Hurting Americas Travel: IATA CEO

Q24N (Reuters) The spread of the Zika virus today could threaten the operations of airlines in the Americas by discouraging travel to the region, said the director general of the Association of International Air Transport Association (IATA), Tony Tyler. "A number of members have expressed...

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