Liberia. – From Monday October 29, the Daniel Oduber International Airport located in Liberia, Guanacaste, regularly receive the airline WestJet will connect the city with Toronto, Canada.
The airline will fly steadily twice a week (Monday and Saturday) and will use a Boeing 737-800 aircraft, with capacity for 166 passengers, which is the largest aircraft in its fleet. It is estimated that the annual growth in the number of seats would be 34,528 for the two-way (round trip).
WestJet is a low-cost airline offering scheduled services to 81 destinations in North, Central America and the Caribbean. This airline provides jobs to 8,600 people and its fleet consists of 99 Boeing 737 aircraft.