Formed in 2001. Subsidiary of Atlantic Airlines, Nicaragua. Regional, scheduled & charter, passenger & cargo, jet airplane services.
Edif Plaza El Caribe #106
Blvd 15 de Septiembre
La Ceiba, Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Honduras (Republic of Honduras) was established in 1821, covers an area of 112,088 sq km, the population is 6.0 million, and the capital city is Tegucigalpa. The official language is Spanish.
May 2004: 2 737-2Y5's (23039, HR-ATM; 23040, HR-ATN), Aviacion SA leased, for operations between Tegucigalpa, and San Pefro Sula, as well as to the Cayman Islands, Cancun, Costa Rica, and Nicaragua.
October 2004: Tegucigalpa - Managua - San Jose (737).
June 2006: 737-291 (21545, HR-ATX), delivery.
September 2006: 737-291 (21544, HR-), delivery.
December 2008: Atlantic Airlines de Honduras (HHA) operates regional, passenger jet airplane services in Central America, together with its Nicaraguan affiliate of the same name.
(IATA) Code: ZF. (ICAO) Code: HHA (Callsign - ATLANTIC HONDURAS).
Parent organization/shareholders: Atlantic Airlines.
Domestic, Scheduled Destinations: Ahuas; Guanaja; La Ceiba; Puerto Lempira; Roatan; San Pedro Sula; Tegucigalpa; & Utila.
International, Scheduled Destinations: Belize City; Bluefields; Corn Island; Grand Cayman Island; Managua; & Puerto Cabezas.
World nations currently rated Category 2 by the USA (FAA) under the agency's International Aviation Safety Assessment (IASA) program are: Bangladesh, Belize, Ivory Coast, Croatia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gambia, Ghana, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Indonesia, Israel, Kiribati, Montenegro, Nauru, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Philippines, Serbia, Swaziland, Ukraine, Uruguay and Zimbabwe. The (FAA) rating prevents nation's airlines being allowed to fly into the USA. They have the option to fly to the USA with an airline who is approved under Category 1.
The (FAA) states that a Category 2 rating "may involve a country lacking laws or regulations necessary to oversee air carriers in accordance with international standards, or that its civil aviation authority does not meet international standards in one or more areas such as technical expertise, trained personnel, record keeping, or inspection procedures."