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Tropic Air inaugurates service to Roatan, Honduras

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Press Release- Tropic Air, November 13th-

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Tropic Air has commenced non-stop service between Roatan (RTB) and Belize City’s Phillip Goldson International Airport (BZE). Flights are initially 3 times weekly with a plan to increase as demand warrants.

Passengers from Roatan are able to connect to and from the many multi-daily non-stop international flights that Belize City has to offer (Los Angeles, New York, Dallas, Charlotte, Houston, Miami, and Atlanta among others). The Roatan flights also connect to Tropic Air’s other international services to Cancun (Mexico), Flores (Guatemala) and San Pedro Sula in addition to its 11 domestic destinations within Belize.

In addition to trade and commerce, this service also opens up many new opportunities for the tourism market, with hotels in both destinations already partnering up to offer double dip vacations, further diversifiying the tourism offering of both Belize and Roatan.
Package and mail cargo service will also be available shortly.
Tropic’s schedule between Belize City International and Roatan:
DEPARTS                                TIME                    ARRIVES                              TIME                       Days

Belize City Int’l (BZE)          4:15PM               Roatan (RTB)                       5:15PM                 Wed, Fri, Sun

Roatan (RTB)                           7:00AM           Belize City Int’l (BZE)          8:00AM                Thur, Sat, Mon

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With the addition of Roatan, Tropic Air will serve 15 destinations in Belize, Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico.

The new service is bookable via the web at www.tropicair.com, via e-mail at [email protected], by phone at (501) 226-2012, by contacting any of our stations, or your friendly travel professional.

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