Articles Tagged ‘TACA Airlines’
Lima Airport reports 5.7% traffic growth in 2014; LAN Airlines is leading carrier with half of all seats and flights
The primary international and domestic airport of Peru, Lima Airport (perhaps better known as Jorge Chávez International Airport) handled 16 million passengers last year (a new record high). With a total of 24 airlines flying to 56 non-stop destinations, anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent activity and reveals how dominant LAN Airlines […]
Nestled away in the north-west corner of South America, Ecuador is served by 19 commercial airports providing scheduled airline services in 2014. With the country’s major gateways at Quito and Guayaquil having increased their combined annual seat capacity by 6.8% since we last looked at Ecuador four years ago, anna.aero investigates the airlines operating in […]
One of Latin America’s best-managed economies, Peru is also an aviation hot-spot, having seen its gateways offering 15 million one-way seats this year. As LAN Airlines commands over half of weekly seats, anna.aero investigates the carriers operating in this dynamic market and reveals which is the first international country market this October.
Football is the most popular sport in Uruguay, with the national team having won two FIFA World Cup titles and reached three additional semi-finals. Nonetheless, Uruguay is also a South American aviation hot-spot, having seen its gateways offering a combined total of 1.7 million passengers last year. With the arrival of Iberia’s four weekly flights […]
The oldest commercial carrier in Latin America, Avianca has been growing impressively in recent years, following the integration of TACA Airlines’ operations. As the Star Alliance member is now serving a total of 54 destinations worldwide, anna.aero investigates how dominant Avianca is at Bogota and which is its top country market this summer.
Honduras’ third largest airport according to Innovata schedule data, Roatan grows by 53% over 10 years, becoming increasingly attractive for network planning community. With the other three primary airports having not recovered since 2009, we reveal how the Honduran market has changed over time.
Famous for coffee, oil, emeralds and for being the home of pop-star Shakira, Colombia is also a South American aviation hot-spot – having seen its top 12 routes grow by over 20% in the last year. anna.aero takes a look at this fast-growing, dynamic market.