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Cargo technology:

Avianca and TACA Airlines are officially admitted to Star Alliance, the largest and most important global network of airlines in the world in terms of daily flights, coverage and services, thus multiplying the options and advantages for its travelers.
We offer our fleet, composed of, our Boeing 767-200 and 767-300 and our recent addition the Airbus 330-200F freighter, for our Cargo fleet. We have fulfilled our commitment of renewing our fleet and with this, we present more and better options to our clients.
TACA Airlines was founded in 1931 and boasts more than 80 years of history. It links the Americas together through its four Hubs (Colombia, El Salvador, Costa Rica and Peru), and its extensive route network from Canada to Brazil, flying to 50 destinations in 22 countries.
Its fleet consists of Airbus 319, 320 and 321 and new Embraer 190 aircraft. In addition, its regional operations service 39 destinations in Central American countries with a fleet of ATR-42, Short SD360, Twin Otter and Cessna Grand Caravan aircraft.
Tampa Cargo (subsidiary of AviancaTaca Holding) (Medellin) has taken delivery of the first of four new A330-200F freighter aircraft at the Airbus facilities in Toulouse, France. The aircraft is powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 772B engines.
The new aircraft is part of the airline’s fleet renewal strategy and will allow Tampa to expand its presence in new and existing international markets, including Brazil, Ecuador, Mexico, the United States and Uruguay.
British Airways is a founding member of the Oneworld airline alliance, is the flag carrier airline of the United Kingdom and the largest airline in the United Kingdom based on fleet size.
British Airways merged with Iberia on 21 January 2011, formally creating the International Airlines Group (IAG), the world's third-largest airline group in terms of annual revenue and the second-largest in Europe.

Quality standards:


Programs and business practices

Not only ensure good service but also enhance the safety, operational, and maintenance standards established by applicable Civil Aviation Authority.


Periodic performance evaluations

This entails successful completion of initial and recurring surveys as well as periodic performance evaluations in accordance with the reference in quality and safety criteria and requirements applicable to air carriers.


Cargo performance and experience

Years of Daily flight activity is normally considered suffice to establish a carrier's ability to perform and support services in the sustained, safe, reliable, and regular manner required by Civil Aviation Authority.

Established flight operations policies and procedures are up-to-date, reflect the current scope of operations, and are clearly defined to aviation department employees. These adhered-to procedures are further supported by a flow of current, management-generated safety and operational communications.

Managers are in touch with mission requirements, supervise crew selection, and ensure the risk associated with all flight operations is reduced to the lowest acceptable level. Flight crews are free from undue management pressure and are comfortable with exercising their professional judgment during flight activities, even if such actions do not support the flight schedule.