Belize Welcomes Non-Stop Alaska Airlines Services


Belize Welcomes Non-Stop Alaska Airlines Services

Belize: Belize has officially hosted the country’s one and only Alaska airline. The airline will provide non-stop service to Belize City from Seattle, Washington and Los Angeles, California, making Belize the fourth country to be served by its west coast hubs.

The Belize government recognized their service and said, “Thank you for choosing Belize, Alaska Airlines. “

Alaska Airlines said, “Yesterday we celebrated the first flights to Belize, and we continued the party in Santa Monica! There were 3D artwork, Belizean dancers and drummers, amazing giveaways, and non-stop festivities.

People are cheering for this decision and anonymous people have told the media, “What a destination. Whoever made this decision is a winner. I love the street chicken destinations: hot sun, great food, a few beers, and a game of fishing. I have been twice. It will be so nice to take an airline to escape the cold. “

In contrast, The Hopkins Village Road was officially opened this morning. The project involved paving the 1.2 mile road past the GariMaya gift shop beyond the Lodge at Jaguar Reef.

The symbolic ribbon was officially cut by the Hon. Anthony Mahler (Minister, Tourism and Diaspora Relations), the Hon. Rodwell Ferguson (Regional Representative and Minister of Utilities, Energy and Logistics), Hon. Julius Espat (Minister of Infrastructure Development and Housing) and Chief Rob represent the business community. The SVG Garifuna Youth Arm organized cultural events.

Additionally, on Garifuna Settlement Day, the Government of Belize happily greeted the 132 passengers and crew on Alaska Airlines’ inaugural flight between Seattle, Washington, and Belize.

Hon. Anthony Mahler (Minister of Tourism and Diaspora Relations), Ms. Nicole Solano (CEO, Ministry of Tourism and Diaspora Relations), Ms. Kennedy Carrillo (CEO, Ministry of Blue Economy and Civil Aviation) and Mr. Evan Tillett (Director of Tourism), among other dignitaries.


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