The Liberia, Costa Rica International Airport, as it is commonly known (the airport's officiall name is Daniel Oduber Quiros International Airport, is Liberia, Costa Rica's main and only international airport. Its location, only a few miles from the closest beach, makes it an ideal gateway to some of the most spectacular and exclusive destinations in Costa Rica. That's why each year thousands of visitors from all over the world choose the Liberia, Costa Rica Airport as their entry point to Costa Rica. Such has been the demand that a new and larger terminal was inaugurated on February 2012.
Daniel Oduber Quirós International airport is the country's second and Central America's ninth busiest airport. In 2015, Liberia International Airport reported 888,227 passengers, a 14% increase compared to 2014
Named in honor of the former president of Costa Rica, Daniel Oduber, whose idea it was to build an airport in the region and who was an avid supporter of expansion and development in Guanacaste, this international airport was opened in 1995, with its first commercial flight arriving here from Miami, Florida.
The terminal saw its busiest months in January, March and December. During each of those three months the airport facilitated the transit of more than 150,000 passengers.