American Airlines launching nonstop flights between Miami and Roatan in November
American Airlines recently announced it will be launching nonstop flights services between Miami and Roatan in the Central American nation Honduras in November this year.
The airline in a statement said that the nonstop flights between Miami International Airport and Roatan’s Juan Manuel Galvez International Airport will start operations from November 17, 2012.
The airline will be deploying a Boeing 737 aircraft to operate the service on the new Miami-Roatan route. The aircraft will be configured with 16 seats in Business Class and 144 seats in Economy Class.
Roatan will become the 114th destination to be served by American Airlines. It will also be the airline’s 3rd destination in Honduras and 10th in Central America.
The new nonstop flights between Miami and Roatan is expected to offer more travel options to the local passengers as well as act as a catalyst to boost Honduras’ economy.
Currently, American Airlines operates seven flights every week between Miami and Tegucigalpa. The airline also operates 13 flights every week between Miami and San Pedro Sula.