By the Caribbean Journal staff
Dutch airline KLM is expanding its network in the Caribbean Basin this winter with the launch of new flights to Costa Rica.
The airline is set to launch four weekly flights between Amsterdam and Guanacaste’s Liberia Airport.
The outbound flight will include a stop in San Jose, Costa Rica, according to the company.
The new flights will launch Oct. 29, operating on Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
KLM will be running the service on Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, with 30 seats in World Business Class, 45 in Economy Comfort and 219 seats in Economy.
“Guanacaste is the second largest region of Costa Rica. The region is known for its beautiful nature, which makes it a unique holiday destination in combination with San José. All this makes Guanacaste Liberia a valuable addition to our KLM network,” said Pieter Elbers, chief executive officer of KLM.