Copa Airlines is resuming flights from its hub at Tocumen International Airport to the U.S., Brazil, Chile, and Mexico this month. These 15 flights will allow for connections to 11 cities in eight countries.
The airline has been stopped since March 22 because of covid-19. Customers affected by the suspension will be able to use their credits for another flight before December 31, 2021.
Panama is allowing the company to operate again although it is only allowing citizens and residents passed the airport. Tourists can make connections to their final destinations in the airport terminal.
The flights will go to Miami, New York, Washington, Mexico City, San José, Santo Domingo, Quito, Guayaquil, São Paulo, and Santiago. These fights will connect Costa Rica with four countries.
The United States Department of State put Costa Rica on a list of 20 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean that it recommends its citizens not travel to.