Initiating operations with one Stinson single-motor plane, TACA (ÏCentral American Air TransportationÓ) was founded in 1938 as a cargo company.

1989 - 1995

Developing a strategic alliance with the flag airlines of Guatemala (AVIATECA), Costa Rica (LACSA), and Nicaragua (NICA), TACA consolidated operations between 1989 and 1995 under the name of GRUPO TACA, thereby transforming the company into one of the most efficient transportation systems in Latin America.

Leading the greatest coordinated purchase in history of Airbus A-319 and A-320 aircraft, TACA initiated a full fleet renovation in 1998. Our fleet

With two important hubs already in Central America, an equivalent was added in Lima by establishing TACA Peru to service South America, thereby offering passengers an integrated network of routes covering the entire American continent. Routes & schedules

With a record of 92% on-time arrivals, TACA serves 10 major cities in the United States, Toronto in Canada, Mexico City, all of the countries of Central America, and the most important business and tourist destinations in South America and the Caribbean

Looking forward on becoming passengers• preferred airline, TACA implements, from inside to outside Customer service strategies, like, its initiative "TACA Spirit Renovation" and the TACA Heroes program, which looks forward to, nominate and congratulate employees that provide exceptional collaboration and/or service to our customers.
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