More Flights from Toronto to Costa Rica Are Enabled

    ICT and Air Transat Added 2 Direct Flights from Toronto

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    Abelardo Canelo
    I am not only a fluent Spanish-English reader/speaker but also a bi-cultural person who has a broad solid background. I also have a passionate interest in different expressions of music, especially many American styles and their combinations (Folk-Country, Jazz, Pop, Rhythm and Blues, Rock, Soul, and so on), dance, stage and screen, and some other forms of artistic expression.

    More than 217,000 Canadian tourists visited Costa Rica during 2018, so, with the aim of increasing that amount, the Costa Rican Tourism Institute (ICT) and Air Transat added 2 direct flights from Toronto to San José.

    One of the Air Transat planes after taking on the track field

    Hermes Navarro, Head of Attraction of Investments of the ICT explained that the agreement was firm in a meeting at the FITUR 2019 International Tourism Fair that took place in Spain. “We are very proud to strengthen ties with an airline that has shown strength in Canada, specifically in the cities of Montreal and Toronto, where the largest number of Canadian tourists come from”.

    Air Transat operates weekly flights to San Jose from the cities of Montreal (Monday and Friday) and Toronto (Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday). In the case of Liberia, it flies 3 times a week to Toronto (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) and twice a week to Montreal (Wednesday and Friday)”, he added.

    According to ICT studies, 42% of Canadians who enter the country travel as a couple, 24% in a family, 22% alone, and 9% with friends. The average stay of visitors from that Canada is 14 nights and the average cost per person is US$ 110 per day.

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