Belize City, Belize
Tuesday, February 21st, 2017
At Tropic Air, we endeavor to be good environmental stewards in the locations where we live and work. Through volunteerism, in-kind donations, recycling efforts and financial giving, we support activities that promote conservation and preservation of our natural resources.
As part of this effort, Tropic Air is proud to donate $500 to the Sea-to-Shore Alliance for its work in Manatee protection. A check was presented to the organization’s representative, Jamal Galves, on February 14th by our staff at Belize City Municipal Airport. This donation will be used to install conservation signage on the Belize River, which is prime Manatee habitat, and a frequent area for aerial Manatee spotting by our passengers.
“These gentle giants need protecting, and we want to do our part to help in that effort”, said John Greif III, Tropic Air’s president. “Our staff knows that Tropic Air will always promote the conservation of our environment, through sustainability efforts and our commitment to our people and our planet”
About Tropic Air
Founded in 1979, by John Greif III, with just a single airplane and two employees, Tropic has steadily grown to become the largest and most experienced airline in Belize. It now employs over 345 staff, and offers over 200 daily scheduled flights with 18 aircraft to 19 destinations in Belize, Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala. Chetumal, Mexico became destination number 19 on January 16th. Tropic Air joined IATA’s ISSA Registry in 2015.