Costa Rica News – Nature Air has invested $10 million in purchasing five new aircraft to improve its operations in Costa Rica.
The firm is adding flights to David, starting December 1, which will be its second destination in Panama.
The new fleet is made up of three Caravan aircraft, for 12 passengers, and two Twin Otter aircraft, which carry 19 people each.
These replace the two aircraft currently covering 12 destinations within Costa Rica and the trips to Bocas del Toro, Panama.
Nature Air is the only airline with direct daily flights to Bocas and, soon, David. The tickets to David will be from $100, with promotions being launched on www.natureair.com.
Nature Air’s main competitor, Sansa, is working on launching new routes as well. It made a $12 million investment, in January, to strengthening its services and increase its fleet.