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".
Starting December 15, TACA will have three weekly flights between the capital cities of Paraguay and Peru, with connections to all the other destinations of the airline.
Paraguayan aeronautical authorities announced last Saturday that the Peruvian airline Air Transport of the American Continent (TACA) will resume flights between Lima and Asuncion starting on December 15.
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.
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