Taca Reduces Prices by 35%

The measure applies to all flights within Central America and it is looking to reactivate the executive segment, among other things.

Thursday, June 4, 2009


With the aim of reactivating the business class segment, which experienced a reduction of 18% in occupancy during the first quarter of this year compared with the same period last year, Taca announced a reduction in fares, in conjunction with corporate plans and several pricing packages.

According to Elfinancierocr.com, "With this measure, the El Salvador-based airline is also aiming to increase business travelers demand and for the executive class to be used more frequently on airplanes. As a measure to achieve savings in the midst of the crisis, companies started to send their executives via economy class, a trend that Taca now wants to reverse.

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Lufthansa Signs Codeshare Agreement with TACA

April 2009

The agreement applies to flights between Frankfurt (Germany) and El Salvador via Miami, and Frankfurt and Lima (Peru) via Caracas.

With a single ticket from Lufthansa, passengers can fly TACA segments and access the TACA route network in both hubs also benefiting from the frequent flyer programs of both airlines.

Competition Among Airlines Brings Down Prices

May 2009

Flying between San Pedro Sula and the United States is becoming cheaper due to an aggressive and growing market presence by Spirit Airlines.

The consolidation of San Pedro Sula as an economic and commercial center, along with tourism development on the Honduran Caribbean’s north coast, encourages strong competition among the airlines that serve that market.

Blessed be Competition ... On the Ground and in the Air

July 2012

Thank you Interjet and Aeromexico for making it possible to buy a ticket without feeling like you have been robbed at gunpoint.

As was the case in other Central American countries with the opening of flights operated by companies outside of the isthmus, in Costa Rica, airline ticket prices for flights from San Jose to Mexico City have fallen by 60%.

Copa Suspends Ticket Sales in Venezuela

January 2014

United Airlines, American Airlines and Air Canada have also suspended the sale of tickets for international flights to Venezuela.

The international airlines American Airlines, United Airlines and Copa Airlines have decided to temporarily cancel the sale of air tickets in Venezuela.

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