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Tropic Air Inaugurates Non-Stop Service Between Orange Walk And San Pedro
Tropic Air inaugurated twice daily non-stop service between San Pedro and the Orange Walk Town’s Tower Hill Airstrip on Thursday, December 15, 2011.
The new service is a direct response to input from its valued customers, and carries through on the airline’s stated commitment to the people of Belize. It will not only serve to make travel between San Pedro and Orange Walk easier, but will allow for the expansion of tourism into the Orange Walk District.
“Today, with the addition of permanent service to Orange Walk and the new station there, we make history. We are now the only airline to serve all six districts of Belize” said John Greif III, President of Tropic Air. “We are continuously seeking new and innovative routes that promote tourism, business, domestic travel and cargo within Belize. Orange Walk is just such a destination for the Airline of Belize”
The flight schedule for the new route is as follows:
DEPARTS TIME ARRIVES TIME
San Pedro (SPR) 8:00AM Orange Walk (TWH) 8:20AM
Orange Walk (TWH) 8:30AM San Pedro (SPR) 8:50AM
San Pedro (SPR) 1:30PM Orange Walk (TWH) 1:50PM
Orange Walk (TWH) 2:00PM San Pedro (SPR) 2:20PM
The new service bookable via the web at www.tropicair.com, via e-mail at email@example.com, by phone at 226-2012, by contacting any of our stations, or by contacting our authorized sales offices (Hotel De La Fuente, with others expected soon) in Orange Walk Town.
Tropic Air operates a fleet of 11 aircraft (including the latest generation, G1000 “glass cockpit”, air conditioned Cessna Caravans) to 13 destinations in Belize and Guatemala.
In March 2012, Tropic will commence service to both Roatan and San Pedro Sula, Honduras. With over 250 employees, Tropic Air will carry over 220,000 passengers in 2011.
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