TropicAir Adds Weekly Non-Stop Service To San Pedro Sula, Honduras

Steve Schulte CEO Tropic Air 4th. from left in suit

Tropic Air has announced service to another destination in Honduras, and will now add 2 flights a week, direct-non-stop flight to the Ramón Villeda Morales International Airport (SAP) in San Pedro Sula, Honduras from Belize’s main airport the P.G.I.A . (BZE)-to-(SAP).

The company said San Pedro Sula becomes Tropic’s second destination in Honduras, in addition to Roatán.

TropicAir was founded by John Greif (III) in 1979, with 1 airplane and 2 employees; and is headquartered in San Pedro Ambergris Caye, Belize. By years-end the company will be celebrating 43 years of service in Belize, a fleet of 17 aircrafts, with flights to many destinations in Belize and non-stop service to destinations in Mexico, Guatemala, and Honduras.

According to global statistics provider Statista, Honduras recorded approximately 720,000 overnight visitors to Honduras before the pandemic and in 2021 460,000 overnight tourist; the majority of the tourist visited San Pedro Sula and Roatán.

Contact TropicAir for schedule, as dates may change