Sky Airline and Taca Agree on Code Share Agreement

The airlines announced the signing of the agreement which will contribute to increased flight options for passengers in the Southern Cone.

Thursday, November 24, 2011

In the first quarter of next year, Sky Airlines will sign a similar agreement with the airline Avianca, indicated Fabio Villegas, CEO of Avianca, Taca, Stuart Ortiz, COO of Avianca-Taca and Jürgen Paulmann, CEO of Sky Airlines, in a press conference.

"This way, Avianca and Taca Airlines, and Sky Airline will broaden commercial ties and with these agreements get closer to the markets of Chile, Peru and Colombia, encouraging the exchanges in tourism , culture and business between the countries, promoting regional connectivity ", reported Capital.com.pa.

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Taca to Fly to Brasilia from Costa Rica

March 2012

The airline will have 4 flights per week from May, which will leave from the Juan Santamaria Airport in San Jose.

The Civil Aviation Authority of Costa Rica reported that starting from May, the airline TACA, a subsidiary of the holding company Avianca-TACA, will fly four times a week to Brasilia from Juan Santamaria International Airport.

New Direct Flight Between El Salvador and Guayaquil

June 2010

Taca Airlines will open a new direct flight between El Salvador and Guayaquil, Ecuador, three times a week.

The company is conducting the required paperwork to get the official approvals from the air transport authorities of El Salvador and Ecuador.

Estuardo Ortiz, COO of Avianca-TACA, commented that “this new route makes it easier to travel between the three Americas, connecting cities in Canada with Central America and with northern South America. We are trying to serve our passengers in the best possible way”.

Taca and Avianca join regional routes

June 2008

The airlines Taca and Avianca have broadened their operations agreement with a shared code, in effect since June 13, that will facilitate flights to several continental destinations.

According to a press release issued by the two airlines, the plan will facilitate the flights of more than 50,000 passengers with destinations in Central America, Colombia, Peru and Bolivia.

Taca and Copa Join Star Alliance

November 2010

Latin American airlines Avianca, Taca and Copa joined the global Star Alliance network.

The goal of these two companies joining the alliance is to integrate the ''hubs'' of Avianca-Taca (San Salvador, Lima, San José and Bogotá) and Copa (Panama City).

The incorporation of both airlines will be implemented by standardizing ticketing procedures and baggage handling, said Jaan Albrecht, CEO of Star Alliance.

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