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question about LAcsa airlines

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question about LAcsa airlines

Hello. I could fly direct to Panama city with American Airlines, or for about 50 dollars less I could stop in San Salvador with Lacsa airlines. Is Lacsa airlines reliable? Would you just pay the extra 50 bucks to avoid the hastle? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. THanks!

Panama City, Panama
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1. Re: question about LAcsa airlines

I would pay $100 more if it avoided flying American through Miami!!!!!

Lacsa is a part of TACA and I find TACA/Lacsa one of the better airlines for the region - usually on-time and half decent in flight service. As long as your layover in San Salvador isn't too long - the airport there isn't anything flash but there's a couple of place to grab a bite and a beer.



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2. Re: question about LAcsa airlines

I second Andrew's advice, avoid AA out of Miami especially thier last flight of the day, have been told by AA personnel that they never have enough people and never enough parts if something breaks, so if there is a problem you can count on a cancelled flight, Been there, done that don't want to do it again, I am sticking with Copa(or Lacsa)

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