TACA announces routes with Embraer planes

The airline's newest destinations, for which flights will begin in the next two months, will be done using 11 new Embraer E190 jets.

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Starting October 15, TACA will begin to fly from San Jose, Costa Rica to Havana, Cuba and to Panama with the first Embraer E190 jet that will join its fleet, according to a press release from the airline.
Then, on November 15, the planes will be used on their routes between Guatemala, El Salvador and Managua; "the latter will now have the long awaited direct flights," the release added.
Flights between San Pedro Sula, San Jose y Guatemala will begin on December 15.

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New Non-Stop Flight Miami - Tegucigalpa

October 2010

As of November 15th the cities of Tegucigalpa and Miami will have a daily direct flight with TACA Airlines.

The flight will be operated on an Embraer E90 jet airplane, and will be an addition to other flights operated through connections in El Salvador.

Estuardo Ortiz, TACA and Avianca COO, said, "offer a direct option for passengers traveling between these two cities due to increased passenger demand.

TACA to fly to Asuncion, Paraguay

October 2008

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.

Embraer delivers first aircraft to TACA

September 2008

The order worth some $375 million includes eleven E-190 planes, pilot and technical training, as well as the adaptation for the maintenance of the aircrafts.

The huge Brazilian plane maker, Empresa Brasileira de Aeronautica S.A. (Embraer), delivered the pane to TACA on Friday. It is the first of 11 E-190 jets ordered last year by the Central American airline.

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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