Volaris will operate to Guadalajara and El Salvador from Costa Rica

Volaris will operate to Guadalajara and El Salvador from Costa Rica
Volaris will operate to Guadalajara and El Salvador from Costa Rica

Within the framework of an expansion for the last quarter of 2024, Volaris announced that it will add two destinations from San José (SJO)Costa Rica.

According to the company, will once again unite San José with San Salvador (SAL) from September 3after having suspended the route in April 2024. In addition, a unpublished route between the capital of Costa Rica and Guadalajara (GDL)Mexico, from October 29th. Both links will be operated twice a week.

According to the ultra low cost, these new routes will facilitate access to key destinations, promoting economic development and social and cultural exchange in the regions where it operates.

Both routes join Guatemala City (GUA), Cancún (CUN) and Mexico City (MEX) operated by Volaris at Juan Santamaria International Airport (SJO).

Volaris destination network in Costa Rica.

See also: Volaris transported 33 million passengers in 2023 and faces the challenge of Pratt & Whitney engines

Volaris flight schedule between Costa Rica and El Salvador

San José – San Salvadoroperated by Volaris El Salvador, with Airbus A320neo, with capacity for 186 passengers, providing an offer of 766 seats per week.

  • San Salvador – San José flight N3 4340 SAL 07:00 – 08:16 SJO / Tuesday and Friday.
  • San José – San Salvador flight N3 4341 SJO 09:01 – 10:18 SAL / Tuesday and Friday.

The only operator between both capitals is Avianca, with 24 weekly flights on Airbus A320neo.

Unpublished Volaris route between Costa Rica and Guadalajara

Guadalajara – San Jose It will be operated by Volaris Costa Rica on Airbus A319, with capacity for 144 passengers, providing an offer of 576 seats per week.

  • San José – Guadalajara flight Q6 4058 SJO 15:32 – 18:47 GDL / Tuesdays and Saturdays.
  • Guadalajara – San José flight Q6 4059 GDL 19:37 – 22:52 SJO / Tuesdays and Saturdays.

The unprecedented route will provide Jalisco residents with a new option to connect directly with Costa Rica, a preferred destination for ecotourists and nature lovers who want to explore its unparalleled biodiversity and paradisiacal beaches.

“At Volaris we strive to continue providing the market with new connectivity options between destinations that are highly attractive such as Guadalajara and San José de Costa Rica, in which we seek to contribute to raising their potential for economic, tourist and social development, expanding their connection beyond its borders, said Enrique Beltranena, Executive President and CEO of Volaris.

“We are deeply happy that Volaris resumes the connection between Guadalajara, Mexico and Costa Rica. This route will strengthen tourism in both directions between the State of Jalisco and our country, which adds to the promotional efforts that the ICT has been doing in Mexico since last year to encourage visits to our country,” he added. William Rodríguez, Minister of Tourism of Costa Rica

According to the most recent data from the Costa Rican Tourism Institute, in the year 2023 They visited Costa Rica a total of 81,964 Mexican tourists by air and 174,498 Costa Ricans traveled to Mexico. Likewise, during the first quarter of this year, a total of 54,595 Costa Rican travelers visited Mexican lands and in turn 28,820 Mexicans arrived on Costa Rican soil by air.

Both nations are connected by Aeromexico and Avianca (Mexico City – San José) and Volaris (Cancún and Mexico City).

For Latest Updates Follow us on Google News