Two airlines create strategic alliance that will promote the Mayan World
TAG Airlines, the flag carrier of Guatemala, and CM Airlines, the largest airline in Honduras, signed a collaboration agreement that will strengthen air connectivity and the promotion of tourist destinations in the Mayan World.
Both airlines signed the agreement within the framework of the Meeting of Ministers of Tourism of the World Maya Organization (WMO). This will allow joint efforts to promote actions of connectivity, as well as the dissemination and promotion of Mayan World destinations.
The Mundo Maya region, made up of Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Belize and El Salvador, has a wide variety of tourist attractions, including 17 archaeological sites declared World Heritage by the United Nations Organization for Education, Science and Culture (UNESCO), as well as beaches in the Pacific, Atlantic and Caribbean Seas, national parks, protected natural areas, traditions and unique gastronomy.
Both airlines have been pillars in the development of regional aviation by offering multi-destination routes that allow us to visit the wonders of the Mayan World and to promote all the tourist highlights that this region boasts to national and international tourism.
TAG Airlines, from Guatemala, has a fleet of more than 20 aircraft, with operations in five countries: Guatemala El Salvador, Honduras, Belize and five destinations in southern Mexico (Cancún, Mérida, Oaxaca, Tuxtla Gutiérrez and Tapachula).
CM Airlines is a Honduran company, a leader in its national market, and the airline with the greatest connectivity within Honduras.
By joining efforts, both companies have managed, for more than a decade, to unite the main cities of Honduras with the rest of the region. Together, they operate more than 22 destinations and offer the largest connectivity network in the Mayan World, for the benefit of travelers and development in Central America.