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    Costa Rica Promotes Greener Air Travel

    Costa Rica is hoping for a big jump in its Clean Trips (Viajes Limpios) programme, which allows air passengers to offset the climate-changing gas emissions from their airplane flights by paying for activities that preserve the country's forests By mid-November,...

    JetBlue to fly to Costa Rica

    JetBlue announced plans Wednesday to begin service to Costa Rica, a route that would be the carrier's first to Central America. Starting March 26, JetBlue will begin flying one daily round-trip flight between Orlando and the Costa Rican capital...

    Air New Zealand Flies on Engine With Jatropha Biofuel Blend

    By James Kanter The New York Times Some in the aviation industry say they could one day be flying the biggest jets across the planet without contributing to climate change — using biofuels. They also say that it will be easier...

    IATA Blasts Proposed Costa Rica Entry TaxIATA Blasts Proposed Costa Rica Entry Tax

    Costa Rica is considering levying a $15 tax on international passengers arriving in the country, causing the airline industry, represented by IATA, to cry foul. The law currently being debated would tax arriving passengers but would not apply to Costa...

    Conscientious Tourism: Costa Rican vanilla crop failure opens a window of opportunity

    Costa Rica has been living through an unprecedented tourism boom that is rapidly transforming the small Central American country. More than two million tourists a year pour into Costa Rica, and developers are building vast resort and condominium complexes...

    NatureAir Launches Educational Eco-Tourism Blog

    Today NatureAir, the world's first certified carbon neutral airline, announced the official launch of its Nature Blog. The blog was created to help educate readers on sustainable travel and keep people informed and involved in Costa Rica as an...
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    Crisis in Panama Leaves Losses of US$500 Million for Agribusiness

    The blockades and protests that began more than 2 weeks ago in Panama against the high cost of living have caused losses of around 500 million dollars
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