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Boston to Guanacaste Nonstop!

New direct flight from Boston to Guanacaste's Pacific Coast announced by Delta Airlines.


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A new direct route from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) to Guanacaste's Liberia Airport (LIR) in Costa Rica was announced this week.


The new Delta Airlines route is scheduled to begin on Saturday January 11th, 2025, and run until May 31st. The flight will arrive in Guanacaste (LIR) at 12:05 pm and return to Boston (BOS) at 01:35 pm, on an A321neo aircraft with a 194-seat capacity.


“We aim to provide our customers with more vacation options in paradise by expanding our flights to Latin America and the Caribbean,” said Agustín Durand, General Manager of Delta Airlines for Central America and the Caribbean. “This weekly seasonal direct flight from Boston to Guanacaste will operate on Saturdays and will offer First Class, Comfort+, and Main Cabin seats.”


The Costa Rica Tourism Board (ICT) highlighted the significance of this new route, noting that the United States is the primary tourist inbound market for Costa Rica. According to ICT data, 511,250 american tourists arrived by air during the first quarter of 2024.


“For the Costa Rican Tourism Board, it is always a pleasure to announce new direct flights to our country,” said William Rodríguez, Minister of Tourism. “We are pleased to announce the new Delta flight starting next high season between Boston and Liberia, Guanacaste. This direct connection has been a long-term goal, as Massachusetts, particularly Boston, holds great potential for our country."


“With great enthusiasm, we announce the opening of a new route for the 2024–2025 high season at Guanacaste airport,” said César Jaramillo, General Manager of the Guanacaste Airport (LIR). “Our route development team works diligently to enhance our destination's appeal in key markets, ensuring airlines keep Guanacaste on their radar. We remain committed to being a driving force for development in the region.”


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