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More Flight Options to Roatan

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American Airlines opened its fourth flight destination to Honduras with the island of Roatan. “With this new route, American Airlines reaffirms commitment to Honduras and offers more choices to their customers in the region,” said officials.

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Original Article Text From El Proceso via Google Translate :

New Route Between Miami-Roatan Successes Started with a Few Days Ago

American Airlines began on Saturday 17 November its new nonstop service between Miami International Airport and the International Airport Juan Manuel Galvez in Roatan, Honduras insular area.

The inaugural flight was welcomed by local authorities and business of the Honduran island representing the government and the Deputy Minister of Tourism, Syntia Solomon Bennett, originally from the Caribbean archipelago.

The new service operates on Saturdays in a Boeing 737 with 16 seats in Business Class and 144 seats in the main cabin, which on its maiden flight were fully occupied, allowing that airline executives announced at the opening ceremony that study possibility of a second frequency during the week.

“Today is an important day for American, as we expand our network in Central America with the addition to Roatan, our third destination in Honduras and our tenth in Central America,” said Art Torno, American vice president for Mexico, the Caribbean and Latin America. “With this new route, American Airlines reaffirms commitment to Honduras and offers more choices to their customers in the region.”

American offers nearly 800 weekly flights to over 40 cities throughout Latin America, including Mexico, Central and South America. Currently, American offers seven flights a week between Miami and Tegucigalpa and 13 weekly flights between Miami and San Pedro Sula.

At the opening ceremony the leading U.S. airline acknowledged the work Honduras Airports with municipal authorities and business to achieve the island made ​​the arrival of this new route of American Airlines.

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