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About Tropic Air

Tropic Air is the largest and most experienced airline in Belize.

We are delighted to have you on board.

Since 1979 Tropic Air has always been a forerunner in the promotion of the tourism industry within Belize and this year is no exception.

In May 2010 in an effort to bring the rainforest and the reef together we introduced a new route to Belmopan. This allows you our passengers to experience all that Belize has to offer. 

Tropic now flies to 15 destinations within Belize, two in Guatemala, Cancun and Merida in Mexico, and San Pedro Sula and Roatan in Honduras.  We also offer charters to more remote and exotic places throughout Belize and remember to take advantage of our great tours.

We continue to invest in new aircraft and new technology with the addition of glass cockpit air-conditioned aircraft to our fleet.

Keeping up with internet technology we now have a new website with all the information you need about our airline and easy to book flights online. Please feel free to become a fan of our Facebook page, leave a comment or post your photos.

In addition to all this change for the better we continue to maintain our friendly helpful staff who go out of their way to ensure your flying experience with us is the best.

We believe in Belize and our investment confirms this.

We look forward to flying you all about Belize.

Our History

Founded in 1979 by Johnny Greif III with just a single airplane and 2 employees, we now employ over 250 people and offer over 180 daily scheduled flights throughout Belize, Guatemala, Honduras & Mexico.

We pride ourselves in the many services we offer and realize that our 34 years of success would not be possible without the continued support of our customers. Thank you for choosing Tropic Air, The Airline of Belize.

Our outstanding staff is looking forward to seeing you in Belize soon!

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Our Fleet

Tropic Air operates a fleet of nine (9) factory new Cessna Grand Caravans (208B) - Glass Cockpit, two (2) Gippsland GA8 Airvans, and one (1) Cessna 172.  These aircraft are configured for three to fourteen passengers and are equipped to carry passengers and their luggage.

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