Foreign carriers are also finding a very cost effective alternative to MRO in the region as opposed to North America. Costa Rica’s central location at the heart of the Americas, just a quick flight from Daniel Oduber International Airport in Liberia to destinations in the US, Central and South America, means that MRO providers can leverage diverse markets.Learn more about the country and its location
over 50 years of experience
Coopesa, with more than 750 employees has operated a successful MRO service in Costa Rica for the last 55 years. Conveniently located inside a Free Trade Zone, COOPESA offers its clients the duty free benefit when importing parts and materials for all of its maintenance projects.
The technical skills COOPESA offers further strengthen Costa Rica’s ability to offer the best aviation professionals in the region, with broad and proven experience in commercial aircraft maintenance.
With a lasting tradition of maritime activity given the country’s wide access to the Pacific and Caribbean coasts, MRO operations for nautical activity is an intuitive opportunity.
The country is home to one of Latin America’s most luxurious yacht marinas, Los Sueños, in Puntarenas, a unique location rivalled only by facilities found in far-away South America or Mexico. It offers 200 wet slips, 100 dry slips, fuel dock, and full-time staff that serves many luxury sports fishing boats and luxury yachts. The Caldera port is less than a half hour away, and it receives major cruise liners and freight ships.
In the Caribbean the port of Moin, with a robust $1 billion investment over the coming years, has already started construction. The Moin Container Terminal (MTC) is a concession contract won by APM terminals and will include a world class, modern terminal that can accommodate New Panamax container vessels