Palmerola Intenational Airport with its 2.4 km long runway will also allow become an important cargo facility. Currently, Toncontin Airport has many limitations, due to its short runway, and difficult approach. This is expected to make of this central area of Honduras an important logistical hub. This will result in increased infrastructure and development of the area.
There have been two different events that had a big impact in the Golf alternatives in Honduras last year. The first was the Covid-19 pandemic, that pushed the country into a lockdown. The second were the back-to-back tropical storms ETA & IOTA. These storms caused heavy flooding in the Sula Valley.
Yes, after more than two months, the San Pedro Sula Airport reopens! The San Pedro Sula airport is the main gateway into Honduras. There are more flights and airlines operating to this airport that there are to Toncontin International Airport in Tegucigalpa. In addition to the disruption of passenger service, this is also the main air cargo terminal in Honduras.
Since SAP San Pedro Sula is not operational, Air Europa resumes service to Honduras using the Goloson airport in La Ceiba, on the north coast of Honduras. Their first flight took place last Thursday, December 10. They have a total of 6 scheduled flights through December to this airport
As we live our daily lives, there are so many things we take for granted! Living through the Covid-19 Pandemic has made us aware of many things we take for granted. After Hurricane Eta in Honduras disaster, there are many more other things we take for granted that come to mind.
In Honduras, there is a saying, which does indeed cause some humor amongst Hondurans – that is: “el Honduras de aqui y el Honduras de alla.” The Honduras over here and the Honduras over there. Now, why such a saying? It is owed mostly to the grand differences one notes between life, people and ambience […]
I am happy to announce that as far as we have learned from a trusted source, that Honduras borders will reopen this week! I must confess that I was not aware that Guatemala and El Salvador have not yet opened their airports. Because they are still in a lockdown, their borders have remained closed.
All of us, regardless of whether our work is related to tourism or not have been asking ourselves when this will happen. According to a decree issued by the Minister of Tourism, Nicole Marrder, Honduras Tourism Reopens! Of course, there are some caveats to this statement, but it seems like it is really happening.
40 years ago, the Maya Archaeological Park at Copan Ruinas was awarded the status of World Heritage Site. This is the first and only UNESCO Cultural World Heritage Site in Honduras! It is easy to see why Copan Ruinas is a World Heritage Site in Honduras. The site is truly spectacular.