San Pedro Sula International (SAP) Airport

San Pedro Sula International SAP Airport Overview

San Pedro Sula International Airport SAP - also known as 'Ramon Villeda Morales' Airport - is Hunduras' busiest airport and serves the city of San Pedro Sula and its surrounding areas located in the northeast of the country. Due to a better airplane approach and smoother arrival, it is the preferred airport for travelers (instead of Toncontin Airport located in Tegucigalpa). The Airport operator is InterAirports, S.A.

SAP Airport is located 21 km from San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Central America, and is accessible via Hwy 765. 

With a long runway and an about 745,000 passengers annually, San Pedro Sula International is served by a number of Central American and US airlines (American & United) offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe..
The Airport also provides short connections to tourist attractions such as the Mayan Ruins of Copan, La Ceiba, and the Caribbean beaches of Roatan and Tela.

NOTE:  Passengers departure taxes (about $40) are earmarked to finance the airport expansion.

The passenger terminal at San Pedro Sula Airport offers food & drink ,rental car counters, business center, banking facilities, book & souvenir shops & tourist offices. It also offers two VIP lounges for TACA and for BAC Credomatic,  and one lounge for Diplomats.

From San Pedro Sula Airport: Aside from renting a car or taking a taxi or shuttle, you can board the luxury shuttle service offered by Hedman Alas, tel. 668-0179 (located outside of Customs when exiting the terminal) to the Tela or San Pedro Sula bus terminal, where Hedman buses connect to Honduras and Guatemalan destinations.

Present and future Airport Developments:  A new terminal under construction is to open by 2015.

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