Colombian, low-cost Wingo airline will start operating in Costa Rica on December 1st. It will perform direct flights to Panama and Guatemala capital cities.
It also offers connections to Cancun, Havana, Aruba, Punta Cana, Mexico City, San Andrés, Quito, Caracas and Cartagena, among others.
The tickets can be purchased from October 20th through www.wingo.com or by calling to 08,000,570,031 (national territory).
According to the company, they aim to become the best choice for young people, families, groups of friends, entrepreneurs and employees that travel in the region.
Initially, the fleet will consist of four Boeing 737-700 aircrafts, each one with a capacity for 142 passengers in a single cabin.
We will focus on maintaining low prices, meeting the established schedules and guaranteeing that our travelers have a good experience, an experience they want to share, recommend and repeat,
declared Catherine Bretón, director of the airline.
Low cost airlines have increased in Costa Rica. So far, Interjet and Volaris, as well as the Spirit, Jet Blue and Southwest US and Veca have offered direct flights.
In addition, regional travels have increased thanks to the presence of companies such as Air Panama and Air Costa Rica.