Mar202015

Aeromexico San Francisco to Costa Rica $449 and other Central America airports April to mid June

Aeromexico is discounting airfare for travel from San Francisco via Mexico City to several Central America destinations including,

  • San Jose, Costa Rica $449
  • Managua, Nicaragua $422
  • San Salvador, El Salvador $449
  • Guatemala City, Guatemala $474

Travel at these fares is allowed on many dates in April and May, ending mid-June.

SFO-SJO San Jose Costa Rica $449 Round Trip

San Francisco to San Jose, Costa Rica on Aeromexico is in the range of $450.

Some schedules have long layover times in Mexico City and watch out for an overnight layover on the return flight to San Francisco. For some flyers, a 4:20pm arrival in Mexico might be a beneficial itinerary for a night in Mexico City before a 9am departure to San Francisco. I would take advantage of that routing if I had time to delay the return flight and a good hotel room could be found. Other itineraries get you through MEX airport in a few hours.

Aeromexico SFO-SJO May 2015

The price without an overnight layover in MEX routing came out to $448.53 round trip on Aeromexico booking site for San Francisco to San Jose, Costa Rica.

Aeromexico SFO-SJO fare

Delta has the next lowest fare to San Jose, CR on these dates at $651 round trip. American/US Airways is over $700 for travel during these months.

$450 SFO-SJO San Francisco to San Jose, Costa Rica on Aeromexico looks like a good deal if you want some tropical heat or other things a traveler finds there.

Google Flights AeroMexico Central America

Google Flights SFO – Central America April 14 – April 22, 2015.

  • San Jose, Costa Rica $449
  • Managua, Nicaragua $422
  • San Salvador, El Salvador $449
  • Guatemala City, Guatemala $474

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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