Why Costa Rica’s Liberia international airport is urgently in need of improvement?
Monday, January 10, 2011
Almost anyone would agree Costa Rica is a beautiful country. It's also home to a hopelessly inefficient airport that dampens any joy a traveler might feel upon arrival.
Since breaking onto the international scene in 2002 with the arrival of Delta Airlines, the Daniel Oduber Quiros International Airport in Liberia has opened up a new world for Costa Rican tourism.
The sandy beaches of the northwestern Guanacaste province were suddenly accessible from the airport. Let's hope the airport's current expansion project helps it improve.
Original source: Huffington Post