Take off to a tropical haven filled with superb beaches and fascinating wildlife on these Costa Rica flights. Costa Rica is a Central American country with four international airports: Daniel Oduber International Airport in Liberia, Limon International Airport in Limon, Juan Santamaria International Airport in San Jose, and Tobias Bolaños International Airport, also in San Jose.
Fly from London Heathrow Airport to Juan Santamaria Airport on British Airways, UK’s flag carrier. These flights stop over in Madrid, Spain and Miami, USA. The airline’s economy flights include adjustable headrests, blockbuster movies and complimentary meals and drinks.
Continental Airlines, a US carrier, also flies from London Heathrow to Costa Rica. Flights involve one stopover, either in New York or Houston. Economy class flights feature 31-inch or 32-inch seat pitch, overhead television screens, and free meals and drinks. Other cabins have power ports and ergonomic seats with seatback personal television screens.
Another carrier offering Costa Rica flights from London Heathrow is American Airlines, the world’s largest airline in passenger miles transported and fleet size. It received the Governor’s Award in 2005 for its environment-friendly aircraft. Flights to Costa Rica stop first at New York and Miami before heading to San Jose in Costa Rica. Customized cushions especially designed with comfort in mind, power ports, in-flight Wi-Fi, international meals, beverages including wine, entertainment programs, and shopping catalogues are some of the perks offered by American Airlines.
Iberia, the largest carrier in Spain, also offers Costa Rica flights from UK cities such as Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, and Edinburgh.