Low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines relaunched its flights to Honduras on Monday, a welcome development for its tourism industry.
The company resumed routes from both Fort Lauderdale and Houston to San Pedro Sula. Honduras has reopened its borders after shuttering them due to COVID-19 in mid-March.
“We are very happy to be operating again in Honduras,” said Camilo Martelo, director of International Airports for Spirit Airlines.
Honduras has set up a national migration portal for all visitors to the country, including a requirement for a negative COVID-19 test result.
The reopening of the airlines to Honduras involves strict biosecurity measures to prevent the spread of any illness. With these measures set, the government of Honduras is hoping to re-open the country safely. At this time, there is still a curfew overnight, as well as other protective measures in place to protect its citizens.
Honduras has become a popular travel destination for a variety of reasons. Travellers have many opportunities to learn about Central American history and culture. Honduras is also home to many beautiful beaches where tourists can spend the day relaxing, snorkelling, or engaging in other enjoyable activities by the water. Honduras also offers an array of exotic wildlife species, including birds, fish, ocelots, jaguars, and monkeys. Visitors always find plenty of ways to view and interact with the wildlife.
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