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Atlantic Airlines de Honduras

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ZF  HHA
Headquarters  La Ceiba, Honduras
Ceased operations  2009
HHA  ATLANTIC HONDURAS
Founded  2001
Atlantic Airlines de Honduras httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediacommons00
Website  atlanticairlinesint.com (defunct)
Operating bases  Golosón International Airport, Toncontín International Airport

Atlantic Airlines de Honduras was an airline based in La Ceiba, Honduras, which operated domestic and regional passenger flights, mostly out of the city's Golosón International Airport, as well as Toncontín International Airport (Tegucigalpa).

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History

The company was founded in 2001 by Atlantic Airlines, an airline from Nicaragua, using assets from Rollins Air. In October 2008, Atlantic Airlines de Honduras cancelled all flights over allegations of corruption, and the bad safety reputation it had received following the crash of one of its Boeing 737-200 aircraft (registered YV102T) on 30 August of that year, killing the three persons on board. In 2009, the company was disestablished.

Fleet

The Atlantic Airlines de Honduras fleet mainly consisted of up to six Boeing 737-200 aircraft, as well as twelve Let L-410 Turbolets. Additionally, at a time airliners of the types Fokker F27 Friendship, Fairchild Hiller FH-227 and Hawker Siddeley HS 748 were operated.

Destinations

Atlantic Airlines de Honduras offered scheduled flights to the following destinations:

Belize
  • Belize City - Philip S. W. Goldson International Airport
  • Cayman Islands
  • Grand Cayman - Owen Roberts International Airport
  • Honduras
  • Guanaja - Guanaja Airport
  • La Ceiba - Golosón International Airport (base)
  • Puerto Lempira - Puerto Lempira Airport
  • Roatán - Juan Manuel Gálvez International Airport
  • San Pedro Sula - Ramón Villeda Morales International Airport
  • Tegucigalpa - Toncontín International Airport (base)
  • Útila - Ùtila Airport
  • Nicaragua
  • Bluefields - Bluefields Airport
  • Corn IslandsCorn Island Airport
  • Managua - Augusto C. Sandino International Airport
  • Puerto Cabezas - Puerto Cabezas Airport
  • References

    Atlantic Airlines de Honduras Wikipedia


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