altairF28
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LR (LACSA)-What Are They Like?

Sun Aug 18, 2013 6:14 pm

My parents are pricing a trip to South America in 2014 and the best return they found involves a flight on LACSA UIO-SJO. Have you ever flown them and what are they like e.g. levels of service/safety/etc? Looking at TACA's website it looks like they fly E90's and Airbuses and haven't had a recent accident but was looking for any first hand knowledge. Also, what is SJO like for connections (the connection would be to US)? TIA.
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AR385
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RE: LR (LACSA)-What Are They Like?

Sun Aug 18, 2013 8:04 pm

They are completely integrated into TACA and AV/TACA now I suppose. So it´s really no different.

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