As of 2020, Nature Air is preparing to resume commercial flight operations.
The current status of the airline is: restarting.
Nature Air temporarily ceased operations in 2018, but is in the process of restarting. In the meantime, you can take a look at the airlines below to search for flights on similar airlines.
Nature Air was founded in 2003 and operated up until 2018 as a privately owned airline, based at San Jose International Airport in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Nature Air prided themselves in being the world's first carbon neutral airline. Nature Air was known for operating scheduled services throughout the beautiful Central American country of San Jose.
Following investigations into an accident in 2017, the airline temporarily ceased operations in 2018.
However, the airline announced in early 2020 that it is focused on resuming operations. The airline will start up providing various routes, using 50-seater jets, to ten Central and South American destinations.
Before suspending operations in 2018, the airline served destinations including Golfito, Barra Colorado, Liberia, Nosara Beach, Palmar, Puerto Jimenez, Punta Islita, Quepos, San José, Tamarindo, Tambor and Tortuguero. In addition to their domestic services, Nature Air also offered two international routes to Bocas del Toro in Panama and Managua in Nicaragua.
Please note: The following baggage information applied before the airline ceased operations. As the airline is re-starting, the baggage allowance may change and will be confirmed during the booking process.
Nature Air permitted between 15 lbs and 40 lbs of checked baggage per person, which was determined by the fare class purchased.
Nature Air permitted all passengers to bring one piece of carry-on luggage as long as it didn't exceed the 10-pound weight limit and a maximum size not exceeding 33 linear inches / 84 cm (length + height + width).
The airline does not currently offer online check-in.
The airport check-in times vary depending on the airport. It is advised to confirm the check-in times of the airport you are flying from to ensue you arrive with plenty of time.
The airline will resume operations, with standard seating available.
Before ceasing operations, the airline’s fleet consisted of Cessna 208B Grand Caravans, Twin Otter DHC6 300 Vistaliners, and other twin engine aircraft. The airline will be resuming operations with 50-seater jets.
Before ceasing operations in 2018, the airline flew to a number of domestic destinations.
The airline has announced that it plans to resume flights to the following destinations:
The airline does not have a frequent flyer program.
The airline is not currently part of an airline alliance program.
Juan Santamaría International Airport (SJO) is the primary airport serving San José, the capital of Costa Rica.
The following airlines operate similar routes to Nature Air:
Nature Air was grounded on New Years Day 2018 following investigations into a crash. At the time, the Civil Aviation Authority in Costa Rica suspended the operating permit of Nature Air.
However, the airline announced in early 2019 that it was preparing to resume operations. The news comes after the settlement of a USD27 million insurance case against the airline. The case has closed without any further recourse to Nature Air.