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From the United States

The major airlines have direct flights from Houston, Dallas, Atlanta, and Miami. There are also daily flights to San Pedro Sula on mainland Honduras and connections to the island with local carriers…

American Airlines

Delta Airlines

United Airlines

Spirit Air

From Europe

Many international airlines have flights to Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula (on the Honduran mainland) from which a variety of connecting flights are available.

Most of the major European airlines have daily flights to Miami and Houston.


Connecting Flights from Mainland Honduras to Roatan

CM Airlines  •  Avianca Airlines  •  Aero Lineas SOSA

Lanhsa: San Pedro Sula 9806-7781, La Ceiba 2442-1238, Roatan 2445-0397, Guanaja 2455-3939

Land and Sea Transportation

Hedman-Alas provides 1st class bus service from San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa to La Ceiba.


FAQ: How can I get from Belize to Honduras?

Tropic Air has direct flights to and from Belize.

Regional bus service is available from Belize City through Guatemala and on to Honduras.

Several Western Caribbean cruise ships visit Roatan, but there is currently no regular boat travel
with passenger service between the United States and Honduras or Roatan.

Honduran Entry Information

Visitors to Honduras must present a passport valid for at least six months past the dates of travel. No visas are required for citizens of Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the United States, and most western European countries for tourist visits of up to 30 days. A ticket for return or onward travel is required. Citizens of other countries are required to obtain a tourist card, which can be purchased from Honduran consulates. It is possible to obtain a visa extension once you are in Honduras.


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