TACA Normalizes Flights between Honduras and Costa Rica
The airline informed they won't charge passenger penalties for date changes forced by the suspension ordered by the Honduran aerial authority.
Thursday, July 9, 2009
As written by Leticia Vindas in Elfinancierocr.com, "TACA Flights between Costa Rica and Honduras were suspended because of a sanction established by the Honduran Aerial Transport Authority (DGAC, acronym in Spanish).
Colombia's aviation authority authorized the operation of a new holding conformed by airlines Avianca and Taca.
Through El Salvador, TACA passengers will be able to fly to Cancun from any Central American country.
TACA Airlines signed up a services contract with Sabre Travel Network, a reservations agency.
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.
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