TACA’s new interline e-ticketing agreements with Continental Airlines and Air
Canada will enable travelers on both airlines to travel combining
segments operated by both carriers under a single electronic ticket.“This agreement allows us to offer increased convenience for our users, since with a
single electronic ticket they can combine segments flown by different airlines”,
said Claudia Arenas, Director of Corporate Communications.
Continental Airlines and Air Canada join United Airlines (with a
complementary route structure to that of TACA), Iberia (with direct flights between
C.A. and Europe), and Hahn Air (distribution and ticket-emission agency for 50
countries around the world) that already have an operating interline e-ticketing
agreement with TACA.