Frequent direct flights connect Honduras with other Central American capitals and destinations in the USA. There are no direct flights to Europe.
The busiest and largest airport is in San Pedro Sula, followed by Tegucigalpa. There are also a few direct flights between Atlanta, Houston and Miami in the US and Roatán.
If you fly out of Honduras, you must pay L880 (US$40) in departure tax at the airport. The domestic departure tax is L44 (US$2). These prices are often included in your tickets: you'll be told at check-in whether or not you need to pay these fees.
San Pedro Sula's airport is the busiest and largest in the country, followed by that of the capital Tegucigalpa. Roatán is the only other airport that takes international flights, including to Atlanta, Houston and Miami in the US.
Honduras has no national airline. Airlines flying to Honduras include Aeroméxico Connect (www.aeromexico.com), American Airlines (www.aa.com), Avianca (www.avianca.com), Copa (www.copa.com), Delta (www.delta.com), Spirit Airlines (www.spirit.com), TAG (www.tag.com.gt), Tropic Air (www.tropicair.com) and United (www.united.com).