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About TAG Airlines

Transportes Aéreos Guatemaltecos (TAG) is a private passenger and cargo airline based at La Aurora International Airport (GUA), Guatemala. The airline flies to many destinations including Guatemala City, Flores, San Pedro Sula, Tegucigalpa, Puerto Barrios, Retalhuleu, Belize City, Roatan, San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa. It also operates flights to Puerto Barrios Airport, Copan, Cancun, San Salvador and many other destinations. Founded in 1961 as a family business, the airline was a pioneer of civil aviation company in Guatemala and is the first airline in Guatemala to hold ICAO certification.


In 1972, TAG broke the monopoly of the then state-owned Aviateca, to incorporate into its fleet by DC3. It was the first Guatemalan company certified Air Operator under the regulations of Civil Aviation and founder of the Association and Guild Airlines Cargo Airline of the Chamber of Industry, among others. TAG fleet consists of SAAB 340 A, Embraer 110 P1, King Air 300, Piper Seneca II and Helicopters. TAG is a 100% Guatemalan airline with more than 50 years of experience flying in Guatemala and providing a variety of specialized and personalized services, both nationally and internationally. TAG Airlines provides regular flights and charters and helicopter transfers, between other services.



TAG Airlines offers a maximum weight allowance of 35 pounds for international flights and 20 pounds for national flights. Maximum dimensions in inches: 22 "12 "12.Hand luggage is allowed for one personal item with a maximum weight of 10 punds and maximum dimensions in inches: 16 " / 9" and 9".






Regular flight destinations:

From Guatemala City to Flores (every day).

From Guatemala to San Pedro Sula (Monday to Saturday).

From Guatemala City to Tegucigalpa (Monday to Friday)

From Guatemala to Roatan (Monday to Saturday)

From Guatemala to Belize (Monday to Friday)

From Guatemala to Ilopango, El Salvador

Flight equipment used include Let, SAAB, Embraeer, Cessna Grand Caravan and Piper Azteca. Please contact us for an individual request.



Guatemala City, Guatemala

Flores, Guatemala

Puerto Barrios, Guatemala

Retalhuleu, Guatemala

Belize City, Belize

San Salvador, El Salvador

Roatán, Honduras

San Pedro Sula, Honduras

Tegucigalpa DC, Honduras


Charter destinations

Puerto Barrios Airport, Quetzaltenango Airport, Retaluhleu/Xetulul, Zacapa, Chiquimula, Antigua Guatemala (helicopters), Panajachel (helicopters)

Copán, Roatán, Utila, Belize and other Central American destinations

Cancún, Chetumal, Mexico City, Acapulco

San Salvador-Ilopango (SSS), El Salvador



Route Map

TAG Transportes Aereos Guatemaltecos route map

Popular Routes

Guatemala    Flores


San Pedro Sula    Guatemala


Tegucigalpa    Guatemala


Guatemala    El Salvador


Cancun    Guatemala


Guatemala    Copan



TAG's fleet includes Embraer 110, Beachcraft BE-300, Saab 340, Bell 206 and Piper PA-34. 


Hub Airport

La Aurora International Airport

 La Aurora International Airport is the main airport serving Guatamala City. It is the hub airport for Transportes Aereas Guatemaltecos. Other airlines which fly to and from this airport include Aeromexico, American Airlines, Avianca, Avianca El Salvador, Copa Airlines, Copa Airlines Colombia, Maya Island Air, Spirit Airlines, Volaris, United Airlines, CM Airlines and Transportes Aereos Guatemaltecos. 


Alternative Airlines

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4th May 2018

TAG Airlines applies for a permit in Costa Rica

Transportes Aéreos Guatemaltecos (TAG Airlines) has started the permit process in Costa Rica and is now in the 2nd stage of procedings, according to the Civil Aviation Authority. It may still take the airline up to 6 months before it can launch operations in the Latin American company. The company can not yet say which of their aircradt have requested authorisation. TAG currently offers more than 27 flights in four different destinations. Another new international destination on TAG Airline's wish list is Nicaragua.