TACA, now known as Avianca Airlines, provides flights to more than 50 destinations in the United States, parts of Europe, Central America and South America. These destinations are limited primarily to major airports and cities.
TACA was a group of smaller airlines that merged with Avianca in 2013. Avianca airline is based in El Salvador, which serves as a hub for passengers to catch transfer flights to their destinations.
Avianca offered flights primarily to Central America and northern South America, including Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, Belize, Columbia and Mexico. International flights are available to London, Madrid and Barcelona. Avianca also listed several major cities in the U.S. as flight destinations. Some of these include Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, San Francisco and Washington D.C.
Other destinations may be added to the list as the airline expands. It is also possible for destinations to be removed from the list if there are not enough passengers coming or going from those cities. Those who need to get to a city not included on the destination list may be able to catch a flight to a nearby city, and then book a flight to their destination on a different airline.