Nicaraguense De Aviacion
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Nicaraguense De Aviacion
NICA
Nicaragüense de Aviación (logo).png
IATA ICAO Callsign
6Y NIS NICA
Founded1936
Ceased operations2004
HubsManagua International Airport
Frequent-flyer programDistancia (Under TACA) website= http://www.taca.com
Parent companyGrupo TACA
HeadquartersManagua, Nicaragua
Key peopleN/A,

Nicaragüense de Aviación (NICA) was a commercial airline based in Nicaragua. Its service hub was the Augusto C. Sandino International Airport, previously known as the Managua International Airport.

The commercial airline was a full associate member of the Grupo TACA alliance of El Salvador. In 2004, the airline ceased operations under its commercial brand "NICA" and merged with the Salvadoran airline. Domestic flight duties were given to Nicaragua's domestic flag carrier, La Costeña, who also joined the TACA Regional alliance. La Costeña, however, differs from NICA because it still operates under its company name.

Services

Costa Rica
El Salvador
Guatemala
Nicaragua
Panama
United States

Fleet

2 Boeing 737-200

1 CASA C-212

External links


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