Tropical Airways

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For the Tanzanian airline, see Tropical Air.
Tropical Airways
TropicalAirways.jpg
IATA
M7
ICAO
TBG
Callsign
Fleet size 4
Destinations 6
Headquarters Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Tropical Airways was a small airline with scheduled and charter services based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Services[edit]

As of February 2005, Tropical Airways operated the following services:

Incidents and accidents[edit]

  • On August 24, 2003, A Tropical Airways L-410 en route from Cap-Haïtien to Port-de-Paix crashed in a sugar cane field [1]. All 21 passengers died in the fiery crash. An official at Cap-Haïtien's airport said the 19-passenger aircraft departed with too many people aboard and too much baggage [2]. Witnesses on the ground say they saw smoke billowing from the plane and luggage falling out of the aircraft's rear door.

Fleet[edit]

According to Flight International magazine, the Tropical Airways fleet as of August 2006 consisted of the following aircraft:

Earlier fleet information, from February 2005, identified just two planes in the fleet:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Flight International, 3–9 October 2006

External links[edit]