Starting this month, Costa Ricans will be able to take a direct flight to Munich, Germany.
This was reported by the German airline Condor, which indicated that this promotion is part of the celebrations to mark 25 years of flying to our country.
In addition, Condor will have 3 flights a week to Frankfurt.
Carsten Sasse, Condor’s commercial director for Latin America said that from November 8th, the airline
will offer for the first time a flight at Munich International Airport, leaving Juan Santamaria International Airport every Tuesday and the flights to Frankfurt from Costa Rica leave on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays,”
These long-haul flights will be operated with Boeing 767-300 aircraft, which have a capacity of 259 passengers, of which 18 are in Business Class and 35 in Premium Class.
Sasse said Condor will expand the frequency of flights between San José and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, to 3 times a week and will start operations the route between the Costa Rican capital and Punta Cana with a weekly flight.