American Airlines flights to Roatan

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American Airlines, one of the largest airlines in the world, began its journey to Roatan in 2011. This marked the initiation of a crucial route connecting the United States to this tropical paradise. The introduction of this route was met with excitement from travelers eager to explore Roatan’s natural beauty and diverse culture. American Airlines recognized the island’s potential as a prime vacation spot, and this venture didn’t take long to flourish.

Its Miami International Airport MIA hub is a vital gateway connecting the United States to Latin America and the Caribbean. As one of the airline’s major hubs, Miami facilitates seamless passenger travel, offering numerous daily flights to regional destinations. With its strategic location and extensive network, the Miami hub is crucial in strengthening economic and cultural ties between the U.S. and Latin American-Caribbean countries.

Direct flights

From Miami MIA

Five weekly flights (Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sun) using the Embraer 170/175 aircraft. The duration of this non-stop flight is approximately 2h 26 min. This is operated by Envoy Air as American Eagle.

From Dallas-Forth Worth DFW

Weekly flight on Saturdays using the Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft. The duration of this non-stop flight is approximately 3h 29 min.

Popular non-direct routes

  • New York JFK to Roatan RTB
  • Chicago ORD to Roatan RTB
  • Washington DCA to Roatan RTB
  • New York LGA to Roatan RTB
  • Tampa FLL to Roatan RTB
  • Los Angeles LAX to Roatan RTB
  • Washington IAD to Roatan RTB
  • Denver DEN to Roatan RTB

What airport do you fly into for Roatan?

Roatan Airport, or its official name, Juan Manuel Gálvez International Airport, is the island’s only airport, identified by the airport code RTB.

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