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Tropic Air announces new Placencia & PGIA flights from San Ignacio

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Tropic Air announced today June 13th two new non-stop flights from San Ignacio. The flights to Placencia and the Belize International Airport, both start on November 15, 2013.

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“We are celebrating an increased presence in San Ignacio, connecting local and tourism travellers with a growing number of places in Belize and abroad”, said John Greif III, President of Tropic Air. “Our new non-stop flights between San Ignacio and Belize International allow passengers access to the International Airport’s global network, an enhanced travel experience, and demonstrates our commitment to the Cayo District. In addition, our new non-stop between Placencia and San Ignacio connects western Belize with the adventures and beaches of the south for the first time”

Customers will enjoy the benefits of the new Tropic Air station located just a short distance away from both San Ignacio and Benque Viejo. In addition, these new flights will also give customers additional options when flying to San Pedro, Caye Caulker and Punta Gorda.

The flight schedule for the new route is as follows:

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Flights are bookable via the web at tropicair.com, by e-mail at [email protected], by phone at 226-2012 or by contacting any of our stations.

Tropic Air operates a fleet of 12 aircraft, including the lastest generation, “glass cockpit”, air conditioned Cessna Caravans, to 15 destinations in Belize, Honduras, Guatemala and Mexico. With over 250 employees, Tropic will carry over 250,000 passengers in 2013.

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