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Air flights and Cheap Airfares to Nicaragua
For cheap airfares to Nicaragua, please check these airline websites, or consult your travel agent.
-You can get cheap airfares to Nicaragua by visiting these airline websites, or by consulting your travel agency or www.travelocity.com about cheap airfares to Managua, Nicaragua. Here is a list of airline information on flights to Nicaragua. Please see Managua, Nicaragua international airport information at bottom of this page.
Airlines that offer flights to Nicaragua:
- American Airlines 1-800-433-7300
American Airlines flies Boeing 737-800 and Airbus A300 from Miami to Managua, Nicaragua. The American Airlines website frequently has cheap airfares to Nicaragua.
- Aeromexico 1-800-237-6639
Aeromexico flies Embraer RJ 170/190 aircraft connecting in Mexico City, Mexico to Nicaragua.
- Copa Airlines 1-800-359-02672
Copa Airlines flies Boeing 737 aircraft connecting in Panama City, Panama, to Nicaragua. Copa has an alliance with United Airlines and frequently co-shares flights with United.
- Delta Airlines 1-800-221-1212
Delta Airlines flies a Boeing 737-800 from Atlanta to Managua, Nicaragua. Delta offers cheap airfares to Nicaragua
- United Airlines 1-800-241-6522
United code-shares with Continental Airlines, and you fly in a Continental Airlines Boeing 737-800 jet from Houston to Managua, Nicaragua.
- Spirit Airlines 1-800-772-7117
Spirit Airlines flies Airbus 319 aircraft nonstop from Fort Lauderdale, Florida to Managua, Nicaragua.
- Taca Airlines 1-800-400-8222
Taca Airlines flies Airbus A321 and Airbus A319 aircraft, which connect through San Salvador or Guatemala City, to Managua, Nicaragua. The Taca website frequently has cheap airfares to Nicaragua.
*If you wish to see the seating layout of these airlines, please visit www.SeatGuru.com
**Please take a flight with as few connections as possible, and allow a minimum of 60 minutes between connecting flights. After you reserve your air flight to Nicaragua, please telephone us or email us your flight information on the form we will send you. We need to know your flight information, so that our airport greeter can meet you when you arrive at the Managua airport.
Managua International Airport
The Managua International Airport in Nicaragua is a small airport with 7 boarding gates equipped with jetways to handle large airplanes on international flights.
The Managua airport is two stories tall. You will find souvenir shops in the boarding area, and restaurants on the second floor near the boarding gates. Several car rental agencies, restaurants, and more gift shops, are on the ground floor. Managua International Airport was inaugurated in 1968, and was formerly named for Nicaragua's national hero, Augusto Caesar Sandino. A statue of Aviator Charles Lindbergh is located on the exit drive out of the airport.
Customs, Immigration, Baggage Claim, and Currency Exchange
Do you want more information on customs, immigration, baggage claim, and currency exchange at Managua International Airport? Please see our page on Airport Transfers, located within this website.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or please call us at 1-800-800-1132 if you have any questions about Nicaragua travel, or if you would like to reserve an Explore Nicaragua tour.
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Reserve Your Tour
Call 1-800-800-1132. You can reserve your space on tour for free, with no obligation, for up to 2 days, then $298 deposit is due. Balance of payment is due 60 days before start of tour.
Roundtrip Airport Transfers are included. Our airport greeter will meet you at the airport and transfer you roundtrip between your airport and hotel.
Airfare is not included. Airlines that fly to Nicaragua include American Airlines, Continental Airlines, Copa Airlines, Delta Airlines, Lacsa Airlines, Spirit Airlines, Taca Airlines, and United Airlines.
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