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Formed and started operations in 2005. Domestic, regional & international, scheduled & charter, passenger & cargo, jet airplane services.
Comercial Plaza Las Americas
Cub. Numero 17
La Ceiba, Honduras
Honduras was established in 1821, covers an area of 112,088 km, the population is 6 million, and the capital city is Tegucigalpa. The official language is Spanish.
February 2009: 1st of two 737-200 airplanes delivery.
737-232 (23104, N332DL), ex-Delta Airlines (DAL).
September 2009: Rollins Air (ROL) intends to offer charter flights from Honduras, Costa Rica, and Mexico to Johannesburg, South Africa for the 2010 World Cup of Soccer in June/July 2010. Will operate the L-1011-500 with 308 passengers, making a technical stop in Recife, Brazil for refueling and flight crew (FC) change.
October 2009: Main Base: LaCeiba, Honduras.
Destinations: Bermuda; Costa Rica; Cuba; Grand Cayman; Jamaica; Mexico; & Panama.
November 2011: In its 18th update on the list of banned airlines in the European Union (EU), the European Commission (EC) added part of Jordan Aviation (JOR)’s fleet and air carrier Rollins Air (ROL) of Honduras to the list due to numerous and repeated safety deficiencies.
Three 767 airplanes will be removed from Jordan Aviation (JOR)’s operating fleet into the (EU). (JOR) is expected to improve safety in a sustainable manner through a number of assessment visits, the (EC) said. All operations of Rollins Air (ROL) were imposed by the (EC) pending the resolution of various significant safety issues that were initially raised by France. “The (EC) is ready to spare no effort to assist its [neighbors] in building their technical and administrative capacity to overcome any difficulties in the area of safety as quickly as possible,” said Siim Kallas, (EC) Vice President. “In the meantime, safety comes first. We cannot afford any compromise in this area. Where we have evidence inside or outside the [EU] that air carriers are not performing safe operations we must act to exclude any risks to safety.” The (EC) adopted the list following the unanimous opinion of the Air Safety Committee. The new list replaces the previous one established in April 2011.
Note: Rollins Air (ROL) is listed on the latest (EU) blacklist released 03.04.2012 of airlines whose operations are subject to a ban within the (EU)*. *Airlines listed in Annex A could be permitted to exercise traffic rights by using wet-leased airplanes of an air carrier which is not subject to an operating ban, provided that the relevant safety standards are complied with.