TACA Airlines was founded in 1931 and boasts more than 80 years of history. It links the Americas together through its four Hubs (Colombia, El Salvador, Costa Rica and Peru), and its extensive route network from Canada to Brazil, flying to 50 destinations in 22 countries. Its fleet consists of Airbus 319, 320 and 321 and new Embraer 190 aircraft. In addition, its regional operations service 39 destinations in Central American countries with a fleet of ATR-42, Short SD360, Twin Otter and Cessna Grand Caravan aircraft.
The airline is focused on continuing its customer service strategy, which seeks to provide service excellence and unrivaled travel experiences, by listening permanently to customers and adapting to their every need. As a result of these efforts TACA has been recognized three consecutive times by Skytrax, the respected worldwide passenger review site, as the Best Airline in Central America and the Caribbean for Service Excellence.
The Latin American airline TACA Airlines consolidated an alliance with Avianca through the joint creation of a new holding company. Combined, Avianca and TACA service over 100 destinations in the Americas and Europe, offering the most complete option for travel in Latin America. Both are working on strengthening process and capturing synergies to further benefit passengers.
In March 2011, AviancaTaca Holding issued shares on the Colombian stock market, receiving 60,000 investment applications. The airline group raised more than USD 1.6 billion, over six times the initial amount offered.
Avianca and TACA have been accepted as members of Star Alliance, It has the highest number of member airlines, daily flights, destinations and countries where they fly. Know some benefits of the admission to Star Alliance.