Honduran Airports Close to Reopening

The government announced that the country's airports are scheduled to reopen from 10 August for domestic flights and from 17 August for international flights.

Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Due to the spread of covid-19, the authorities decided to close the air terminals in March to contain the disease in entry. Four months later, the reactivation of commercial flights was announced.

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The government announced the opening of the country's airports in a virtual meeting on August 4, according to an official press release from the Honduran Civil Aviation Agency.

The document adds that "... it was ratified that the opening of the airports will be gradual, that the personnel is trained to follow the biosecurity protocols and that ultimately all Hondurans must take into account from this moment on how to travel will be different."

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As part of the reopening of borders and the revival of commercial flights, the European Union did not include any country in the region in its initial list of markets authorized to resume commercial flights.

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As part of the return to the new normal, after eliminating the restrictions imposed by the covid-19 outbreak, the Autonomous Port Executive Commission (CEPA) informed that the Cargo Terminal of the "San Oscar Arnulfo Romero y Galdamez" International Airport will begin with the gradual reopening of its export and import logistics services under strict biosecurity protocols.

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