Posted: Thursday, July 26, 2018. 11:22 am CST.
By BBN Staff: Today, Tropic Air announced that it is increasing service between San Pedro (SPR) and Belize City municipal (TZA).
The increase in flights will begin on August 1, 2018.
There will now be 15 daily roundtrip flights, with departures as often as every 30 minutes.
Flights will now begin earlier (6:30 am), and end later in the day (6 pm).
President of Tropic Air, John Grief 111, stated, “Our business customers have been asking for earlier and later departures, as well as greater frequency on this important domestic route. With more aircraft being added to our fleet, we now have the ability to offer them greater flexibility to make the most of their day.”
The new San Pedro – Belize Municipal schedule is as follows (all flights are daily).
New flights are highlighted.
The flights are now bookable via the web at tropicair.com, via e-mail at [email protected], by phone at +501 226-2626, via Whatsapp at +501 622-5857, by WebChat, at any of Tropic Air’s stations and authorized sales agents.
With nearly 40 years of service, Tropic Air flies over 200 daily scheduled flights with 15 aircraft to 15 destinations in Belize, Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala.
Tropic Air now employs over 350 team members and will carry over 300,000 passengers and 425,000 items of freight system-wide this year.
Tropic Air recently successfully completed IATA’s Industry Standard Safety Audit for the third time, after joining the program in 2015.
In September, Tropic was also admitted as a member of the Latin American Airlines Association (ALTA), after meeting its professional standards requirements.
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