TACA Offers Flights To David, Panama

January 25, 2008
Central America’s largest airline is now offering a direct flight from San José to David, Panama’s second largest city.
The TACA flight, which will take off from Juan Santamaría International Airport four times a week at 12:20 p.m., will get passengers to David in about an hour, according to a press release.
TACA’s statement also noted that Juan Santamaría will take on the role of international hub, as the new flight to David is timed to connect with international flights from El Salvador, Guatemala, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City and Mexico.
 

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