Mexico City, Mexico — Two of Mexico’s airlines will land at the new Palmerola International Airport in Honduras. Mexican airline Aeromexico will be joining Volaris as the connecting airlines in the Central American country with Mexico.
On October 15, the new Palmerola International Airport will open in central Honduras. Three international airline companies have announced their landing at the new airport, American airline Spirit, Mexican airline Volaris and now Aeromexico.
Honduran president, Juan Orlando Hernández says on October 15, the Palmerola International Airport will open its new terminal in central Honduras, which will concentrate an important part of the connectivity between the Central American country and the continent, especially with regard to low cost companies.
Through his social networks, the president said in a video, “a few months after it is inaugurated, the Palmerola airport already attracts the interest of the world’s major airlines, such as Aeroméxico, which says ‘count on us, we are not going to fail’. Hondurans answers them: ‘You too can count on us.’
Orlando Hernández says that a delegation of Aeroméxico executives will arrive in the country Monday, to announce their landing in Palmerola.
“On Monday, the third low-cost airline is coming and it will announce that it is going to operate from Palmerola. It is Aeroméxico,” Orlando Hernández said.