Volaris Costa Rica will temporarily suspend its flights to and from Managua, Nicaragua, as of July 1st 2018. The decision was made because “Market conditions do not allow us to maintain the operation and as well in order to maintain passenger safety and security” said Fernando Naranjo, General Manager of Volaris – Costa Rica. Those who have ticket inquiries can contact the call center in Costa Rica (506)-4001-7982.
Previously in Del Sur News:
Having just turned one year old this month (on December 1st 2017), Volaris Costa Rica is looking at flights to Miami, LA and NYC in 2018. Volaris CR flies to San Salvador, Mexico City, Cancun and Guadalajara and in their first year have moved 162,000 passengers on 11 routes. Recent additions include flights from San Salvador and Guatemala City to Tijuana, Mexico in order to facilitate access to the US through the Tijuana Cross-Border Terminal. The goal with the Flights to Miami, Los Angeles and New York City is to compete with the cheaper flights offered by carriers flying to the US from Costa Rica and other Central American airports.
“Concesionaria Vuela Compañía de Aviación, SAPI de CV, better known as Volaris, is the ultra-low cost airline with flights in Mexico, the United States, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua. Volaris offers cheap airline tickets to develop the market, offering quality customer service and an extensive choice of products.”
On Tuesday 21st of March 2017, the low-cost airline Volaris announced that it was going to compete for the growing demand in the airline business in Nicaragua. Flights should begin on April 7th with a route leaving San Jose (CR) at 2: 00 pm to Managua (Augusto C. Sandino Airport) and then returning to San Jose, leaving MGA at 3:50pm the same afternoon. Tentative rates are: San Jose to Managua is $ 64.99 and from Managua to San Jose US $84.99.