is an airline
in Central America
. Its name stands for Transportes Aéreos Centroamericanos
, or Central American Air Transport
. Grupo TACA
, as it was formerly known, was created by a merger between four national airlines in the 1980's:
The airline's logo is five golden macaws, representing the five constituent airlines. Each airline flies similar aircraft in similar livery, but retains its own name on the fuselage.
Today, TACA has scheduled flights to most major airports in the Western Hemisphere. Its main hubs are at Jorge Chavez International Airport in Lima, Peru, Comalapa International Airport in San Salvador, El Salvador, and Juan Santa Maria International Airport in San José, Costa Rica.