2008 June

June 2008

ATR aircraft in flight

After the Tragic accident on May 30, 2008 at Toncontín International Airport (MHTG) in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, TACA has reestablished flight service to/from Tegucigalpa trough San Pedro Sula, Honduras with 42-seat ATR type aircraft, The ATR 42 is a twin-turboprop short-haul regional airline built in France and Italy by the company known as ATR. The name […]

Night View of the City of Neuquén

Beginning this July 22nd, LAN Airlines (Formerly known as LAN Chile) will begin offering service from Buenos Aires, Argentina to the city of Neuquén, Argentina. The service will be offered twice daily Monday through Friday and one flight per day on weekends. Neuquén is the capital city of the Argentine Province of Neuquén. It is […]

It’s no secret that airlines are scrambling to cover costs this year. One of the most noticeable tactics to that end is the addition, and continual increase, of fuel surcharges. What may be less obvious is that airlines are also reducing the the number of low-fare seats available on any given flight. The result: Low […]

Re-construction in Peru

One of the most exciting things about contemplating a trip to Latin America is discovering the diversity of sustainable travel options. Staying in a remote “ecolodge” in Costa Rica or Ecuador, joining a cultural heritage tour in Peru, or enrolling in a Spanish immersion course in Guatemala are popular travel options that ideally benefit the […]