SAHSA


#1

Sahsa, era el Servicio Aereo de Honduras, Sociedad Anonima. Empresa hondureña que dio servicios por muchos años desde el comienzo de la aviacion comercial ofreciendo vuelos internos dentro del teritorio hondureño con aviones Douglas DC3, posteriormente aviones Convair 340, 440, 580 mas tarde Electra 188 y al final Boeing 737-200 y B727-100. Sahsa terminó de operar en 1994 despues de sufrir problemas de administracion.
Las rutas internacionales de Sahsa cubrian los paises vecinos de El Salvador, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Belice y Panamá, extendiendose a San Andres, Colombia, y New Orleans y Houston en Estados Unidos.


#2

English is the language of this board. I don’t understand the purpose of this posting. Here’s one of three returned by spanishdict.com.

Sahsa, was the Honduras air service, anonymous society. Honduran company giving services for many years since the beginning of the commercial aviation offering flights internally within the territory of Honduras with Douglas DC3, later aircraft Convair 340 and 440, 580 aircraft later 188 Electra and ultimately Boeing 737-200 and 727-100. Sahsa ended operations in 1994 after suffering problems of administration.
International routes of Osahs doorposts neighbouring countries of El Salvador, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Belize and Panama, extending to San Andres, Colombia, and New Orleans and Houston in United States.

The following is from rzjets.net

National airline of Honduras was founded in 1945 with the help of Pan American World Airways. Operations commenced using Douglas DC-2 and DC-3 aircraft. Pan Am sold its stake in company in 1970. In October 1974 SAHSA received its first pure jet a Boeing 737-200. SAHSA served destinations in Central America as well as Miami and New Orleans in the USA. Oswaldo López Arellano, a dictator who ruled Honduras between 1963 and 1975, owned SAHSA and its rival TAN airlines. Both airlines merged in 1990 to form TAN-SAHSA airlines. This company operated until 1993 when it became bankrupt.