First of all, you can drive to the Peninsula Nicoya furthermore taking the Ferry in Puntarenas. Another faster way is, you take a local flight. In only 27 minutes you will arrive from San Jose International Airport in Costa Rica to Tambor. In only 20 minutes you arrive at Bellevue Isla Tortuga, in 40 minutes to Bellevue Mal Pais Cabuya Santa Teresa.
was created from our vision to exceed customer expectations through a passionate commitment to safety, quality, reliability and effective resource utilization. We have daily flights to Puerto Jimenez, Drake, Tamarindo, Palmar Sur, Manuel Antonio, Santa Teresa/ Tambor, Fortuna, Fortuna-Quepos and Bocas del Toro in Panama.
We are the only domestic airline with two engine planes and 19 seater aircraft, making Skyway the best airline in Costa Rica.
We provide outstanding service from the moment of your booking to the moment you land. We want you to have a wonderful experience and walk out of our planes with a smile.
If you have any questions, need help with queries about flights or just want to talk to us:
Email us [email protected], Call us in Costa Rica +5064070-0771, Call from USA 1-888-8288471
This airline departs from a small terminal connected to Juan Santamaria International Airport. Amongst the destinations served by this airline are almost all tourist destinations.
SANSA REGIONAL, Local Reservations (+506) 2290-4100. From USA: 1-877-767-2672, E-mail: [email protected]
Seems like all four Airlines are similarly so we do not have anyone we give preference. While Skyway Airlines is offering a special Promo Code for our customers you should compare prices. Secondly, they have different baggage allowances depending on the booking class you book. So Check this detail before booking. Therefore if you are a group of 4 to 6 people charter a machine good be a good option. Rather not depending on time and baggage limits certainly a big advantage when flying locally. As a result of booking a charter, they pick you up like a VIP. Due to all these little details, it may be worth it, right?