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To fly into Costa Rica for a beach vacation on the Pacific coast the Liberia Airport is the most convenient option. Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport in Liberia is the second largest of Costa Rica's four international airports. It was named for Daniel Oduber Quirós, who was the president of Costa Rica from 1974 until 1975.
Although it is small by most standards, The Liberia Airport runs several regular domestic and international flights. Domestic flights with Costa Rica's airline Nature Air, connect Liberia Airport to La Fortuna, Punta Islita, Pavas, and Tamarindo. It runs regular North American flights to Toronto, Calgary, and Edmonton in Canada, Dallas, Miami, Atlanta, and Charlotte in the US. There are also seasonal flights to Chicago O'Hare, Mexico City, and Vancouver.
Many repeat travelers to Costa Rica often say they prefer the experience of Liberia International Airport as opposed to Costa Rica's main airport, Juan Santa Maria in San Jose. They comment that the Liberia airport is smaller with less traffic, allowing you to get in and out more quickly. In addition, the area surrounding the Liberia Airport is much less hectic than the busy city of San Jose, so unless you have a reason to be hear the city and traffic of San Jose you may want to avoid it all together. To get to your hotel or any other destination in Costa Rica you can have a car hire Costa Rica await your arrival at the Liberia Airport.
Fly to Costa Rica and drive to the many fantastic beaches of the Pacific coast, such as Tamarindo, in less than an hour. Reserve a Costa Rica car hire and let your beach vacation begin.