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|Origin Airport||Juan Santamaria Intl.|
|Destination Airport||Miami Intl.|
|Airlines Serving||Aeromexico, Air Canada, American Airlines, Avianca, Copa, Delta, Interjet, LATAM Airlines Group, United|
Sometimes you just need to get out of town or maybe you’re looking for a change of scenery. Regardless of the reason, a flight from San Jose to Miami will do just the trick! Go on, plan to see all the famous landmarks and eat your weight in the local cuisine. Your trip is beckoning, so answer the call by packing your suitcase and filling your travel itinerary with exploring Miami.
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Everything as expected
Pilots went above and beyond, super experience!
The flight was great
Our male flight attendant in business class was very professional, helpful and entertaining. I wish I could remember his name. He is a great asset to your company.
Medical emergency managed professionally
Free baggage would have been nice
The staff at the airport of Costa Rica were incredibly helpful I was flying w my kitty they help me through the whole process
not great food, pricey on the luggage, should prevent people from using the carry-on top compartments that are not asigned to them