New TACA Flights and Destinations

The airline added flights to Orlando, Houston, Rotán, San Pedro Sula and Cancun.

Thursday, September 3, 2009


From September 1st and up to November 15th, TACA Airlines will expand its destinations, as part of an effort to satisfy its clients and reactivate the commercial aviation market. Additionally, the airline is offering the Lima-Mexico route three times a week.

Estuardo Ortiz, executive vice-president and COO at TACA, said: "We are the airline that serves all American countries with 41 destinations in 22 countries. In today's financial and economic crisis, this new markets help us compensate the general drop in passenger traffic observed in the world since 2008, and maintain a high usage of our fleet".

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Taca Inaugurates Direct Flight to Cancun

November 2009

Through El Salvador, TACA passengers will be able to fly to Cancun from any Central American country.

TACA Airlines now offers a direct, daily flight between Cancun and its Connections Hub in El Salvador.

This flight will ease the flow of passengers between Central America and Cancun, and will provide access to TACA's route network for passengers boarding at Cancun.

New Non-Stop Flight Miami - Tegucigalpa

October 2010

As of November 15th the cities of Tegucigalpa and Miami will have a daily direct flight with TACA Airlines.

The flight will be operated on an Embraer E90 jet airplane, and will be an addition to other flights operated through connections in El Salvador.

Estuardo Ortiz, TACA and Avianca COO, said, "offer a direct option for passengers traveling between these two cities due to increased passenger demand.

TACA adds Asuncion in Paraguay to its destinations

December 2008

There will be 6 weekly flights, three will be direct and the other three via Montevideo.

Passengers arriving from Paraguay will have connections to more than 30 destinations in the Americas from the TACA hub in Lima. The new route will promote cultural, tourism and cargo exchange in the region.

Taca plans to increase connections from Panama

August 2008

The Salvadoran airline, TACA, is planning to increase its connections from the Tocumen International Airport.

Currently, Taca connects Panama with San Jose, Costa Rica and with San Salvador, two of the airlines hubs from which most of the its destinations in the Americas can be accessed.

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