El Salvador and Trinidad & Tobago negotiate direct flights

The Minister of Foreign Relations of Trinidad & Tobago, Paula Gopee Scoon, announced that they are trying to reach a "bilateral agreement for air services between El Salvador and Trinidad & Tobago."

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

The hope is that once the decision is taken that airline traffic will begin. "The agreement may be between the two airlines (TACA and Caribbean Airlines) o we can simple make an agreement with TACA to fly to Trinidad & Tobago. This is going to be an excellent connection point from Trinidad & Tobago to Central America and also North America.

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New Flight Between Los Angeles and San Salvador  

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From July Delta Airlines will fly once a day nonstop from Los Angeles to the capital of El Salvador.

The U.S. carrier Delta Airlines will begin operating a new route between San Salvador and Los Angeles on July 2 this year.

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Central America and the Caribbean Agree Business Strategies

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CEOs and senior executives have pledged to expand trade and investment in view of the global economic slowdown.

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New Flight Between San José and Medellín

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Starting July 15, Taca will operate four weekly frequencies between San José, Costa Rica and Medellín, Colombia.

The airline’s new non-stop flights will depart on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.

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The agreement removes tariffs for a type of yarn not being manufactured in the region.

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