In the local region, the company TACA registered a 27% decrease in the sector of business travel.
The journalists Guadalupe Hernández and Daniel Choto write for Elsalvador.com: "As an answer to the need of corporations to save, TACA has implemented a change in the structure of prices. Although it will benefit the pocket of all passengers, it will especially benefit the corporate sector, which represents 95 percent of the passengers that travel within Central America. ... Mexicana de Aviación has also experienced the same problem."
It is becoming increasingly common for executives to travel on private planes.
According to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation, the airports Juan Santamaría, Daniel Oduber (Liberia), Tobias Bolanos (Pavas) and Limon reported a total of 5721 flights by private aircraft (helicopters, planes or jets) in the first six months of the year , which is 10% higher than in the same period in 2010.
The airlines announced the signing of the agreement which will contribute to increased flight options for passengers in the Southern Cone.
In the first quarter of next year, Sky Airlines will sign a similar agreement with the airline Avianca, indicated Fabio Villegas, CEO of Avianca, Taca, Stuart Ortiz, COO of Avianca-Taca and Jürgen Paulmann, CEO of Sky Airlines, in a press conference.
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