Costa Rica and Mexico agree to increase frequency of flights

The ministry of Public Works and Transport (MOPT) in San Jose reported that they agreed to increase the number of flights from 16 to 28 flights per week.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Costa Rican Airline, LACSA, which is a member of the TACA group, will go from 6 to 14 weekly flights, while the Mexican airline, Mexicana, will increase from 10 to 14 flights per week, the MOPT said in a press release.

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Mexicana will Resume Operations

January 2011

To date, the initial plan to begin operations on January 24th continues.

The announcement was made by Javier Lozano Alarcón, the Mexican Labor Secretary, in a press conference.

"However, he said, in the coming days in a meeting with the Secretary of Communications and Transportation, Juan Molinar, and everyone else involved, other issues will be defined like maintaining the same investors or add others," Yahoo News reports.

Mexicana Cancels Flight to Costa Rica

August 2010

The airline has suspended the flight covering the San José - Cancún route until further notice.

The company has announced that one of its San José - Mexico flights has been suspended leaving just one flight at 7:15am from Costa Rica.

"The changes to flights are part of the cut backs that Mexicana announced yesterday.

New Mexicana Frequencies to Guatemala

August 2009

Weekly flights from Mexico to Guatemala and vice versa will increase from 14 to 17.

The company is hoping to increase the number of passengers between both countries in 40%.

Fernando del Cid, Mexicana's Sales Manager in Guatemala, said that "... Mexicana de Aviación has chosen to increase the number of flights instead of getting bigger planes".

TACA to resume flights to Toncontin Airport

August 2008

TACA Airlines announced today that they will resume flights to Tegucigalpa using the Airbus 319 aircraft starting August 15.

In a press release today the airlines indicated that it will use the Airbus 319 planes to cover the route between Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula (the second largest city in Honduras) and from Tegucigalpa to El Salvador.

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