|Hubs||Juan Santamaría International Airport|
|Headquarters||San José, Costa Rica|
Sansa Airlines (Servicios Aéreos Nacionales S.A.) is an airline based in San José, Costa Rica. It operates scheduled passenger services as part of the TACA Airlines regional airline system, which is became Avianca Costa Rica. Its hub is Juan Santamaría International Airport.
- San José (hub)
- Coto 47 Airport
- Punta Islita
- Palmar Sur
- Drake Bay
- Puerto Jiménez
- Barra Del Colorado
As of August 2007 the SANSA fleet includes:
Accidents and incidents
- On January 16, 1990, SANSA Flight 32 crashed into the Cerro Cedral, a mountain in Costa Rica, after takeoff from Juan Santamaría International Airport in San José. All 20 passengers and 3 crew on board died in the crash.
- Flight International 12-18 April 2005
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