THE CENTRAL AMERICAN AVIATION THREAD
“Tribute to Belize Airways Limited”
Belize had an own airline which likely operated during the 70s and 80s. According to photographic information available on the database, its fleet consisted of five 720s. Regrettably, there is very little information regarding their destinations, aircraft registrations, investments, owners and the reasons that led to its demise.
The attached pic shows a shiny B720 during the mid 70s in South Florida which belonged to United Airlines before.
Some highlights from the old thread:
TACA and Sky Airline from Chile began mutual code-share service.
The expansion in Panama City and Liberia would be completed in December.
Tropic Air announced service to Orange Walk, Belize. San Pedro Sula and Roatan will begin in March.
Jet Blue inaugurated the Liberia - New York JFK service on November 17th.
Avianca-TACA is reporting US 117,8 net profit in 2011.
Maintenance works in Lima resulted in temporary reductions on TACA.
Lufthansa might be considering flights to Central America in the future.
TACA expects to have over 11% of the Peruvian domestic market-share by year's end.
Brazil gives 21 new weekly frequencies to Panama.
TACA, AeroGal and Avianca consolidate its presence into the [Peru-Ecuador-Colombia] market.
No more E90s for both Copa Airlines and TACA.
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