Sorry for not getting your question correctly. Actually your question is very good, honestly hadn't thought about that before! I guess they will contract GSAs at the beginning in the countries they are flying to in order to serve traffic ex-America. Look at destinations like LIM
, I'm sure they opened them mainly due to ethnic traffic, so they must be able to sell tickets over there as well. I think that will come later on.
Thanx for the tip. I would LOVE to see Costa Rica on my way to Mexico, so if I would have enough holidays I would go via SJO
even if it would be a bit more expensive, but unfortunately I only have a few days so I may use the most direct route possible. I guess I will have to fly Iberia or AeroMexico to MEX
(I will go to both CUN
, so for me it's the same to enter Mexico at one airport or the other).
BTW: it's great news that we will have a first non-stop service from Madrid to beautyful Costa Rica. I think the only non-stop service available from SJO
to Europe is Martinair's 767 service to AMS
, isn't it? Or does it stop at MIA
Can you give me more info on traffic Costa Rica-Europe, Taca?
As we discussed in another forum, I don't see it too clear for Air Madrid either (vamos, que no lo veo muy claro). Hope they wont be another "cutre" carrier like Air Pullmantur or those low cost that don't have any style at all. At the beginning I thought they were what Spain is needing but I feel a bit disappointed about them as well, and they didn't even start yet!!!
We have to observe their steps very carefully!!! Hope we are wrong though, I really was very happy for our country's commercial aviation scene...