ICT requests the government to proceed with the opening of international airports.

ICT requests this for flights from the European Union and the United Kingdom, where citizens and residents are traveling.

The Board of Directors of the Costa Rican Tourism Institute (ICT) requested the government to proceed with the opening of the three international airports starting July 1 in a phased, controlled and gradual manner.

ICT requests this for flights from the European Union and the United Kingdom, where citizens and residents are traveling.

In addition, flights from Canada for citizens and residents, and transit flights from the European Union and the United Kingdom.

Also flights from the United States on the same terms, for citizens and residents and transit flights from Canada, the European Union and the United Kingdom.

The ICT also requests that nationals and residents of Costa Rica travel to all the aforementioned destinations.

Finally, they require that healthy tourists entering the country should not be subject to any quarantine.

These requests are in addition to the one made by the National Chamber of Tourism (Canatur) to set July 1 as the definitive date on which the country will reopen the air borders and receive international tourists again.

Given the repeated changes in announced dates and the uncertainty that persists in the sector, Canatur is asking as a “cry for help” to confirm that this day the country will once again have international arrivals.

News Courtesy elmundo.cr

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