Airline ticket prices need to be slashed: Hernández
The open skies policy needs to reduce the prices charged by airlines in Central America, said Juan Orlando Hernández, president of Honduras.
Hernández was talking after a meeting with members of the Central American Parliament on matters of mutual interest.
He said that it appeared absurd that a ticket from San Pedro Sula, the business capital of Honduras, to Houston is very much cheaper than one to Managua, Nicaragua.
The ticket to Houston costs $365, while one to Managua is $820.