TACA strengthens network connections
TACA is adding a new direct flight between its hubs in El Salvador and Lima, 3 times
per week, offering immediate connections from Lima towards Santiago of Chile; Buenos
Aires, Argentina; Sao Paulo, Brazil and La Paz in Bolivia.These connections can
also be enjoyed by a direct flow of passengers from and to the cities of Washington
D.C. and New York.
The airline makes this flight available for its users starting April 1st, informing
that this refers to an additional flight from the one which through San Jose, Costa
Rica arrives at Lima and connections.
As of the 15th of March, an additional flight with four frequencies per week will
fly between New York and El Salvador, providing immediate connections to Guatemala,
Managua, San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa, and vice versa. The airline’s offer from
New York towards its El Salvador hub is now 11 non-stop flights per week, for a
total of 24 flights towards and from the Central American region.
At the same time, TACA presents itinerary changes in its non-stop flight between
Boston and El Salvador. The new schedules optimizes the time of the traveler
connecting immediately towards the rest of the Central American countries;
Guatemala, San Pedro Sula, Tegucigalpa, Belize, Managua and San Jose.
According to TACA’s Commercial Vice-president, Estuardo Ortiz, “the innovations in
our route network raise significant improvements in the connectivity and flow of
passengers within the three Americas. We work to offer better options and
itineraries to make an easier, faster and more convenient flight.”
“The internal team effort has been extremely satisfactory and has yielded the design
of a product that offers the best combination of itineraries, maximizing the use of
our fleet and adapted to our users needs, learned through constant research and
market analysis, “added Ortiz. “In our continuous search to become the preferred
airline for the passenger, we hope that these innovations provide our users with an
improved flight experience.”