TACA Dons New Wings, Announces New Route
Air carrier TACA will launch a new Nicaragua-Guatemala route seven days a week, one of the latest additions the airline announced this week.
“We’re very satisfied to be able to offer to our Nicaragua market a direct route between the two countries, with greater connection possibilities,” said Claudia Arenas, TACA communications director.
The new route coincides with new aircraft, a fleet of Embraer-90, which will carry passengers between San José, Havana and Panama City starting Oct. 15 instead of its current ATR 42 planes.
TACA will fly the new aircraft between Guatemala, El Salvador and Managua on Nov. 15, and Honduras, San José and Guatemala on Dec. 15.
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