|Ceased operations||August 2005|
|Hubs||Toncontin International Airport|
|Secondary hubs||Juan Manuel Galvez International Airport|
|Alliance||Aeropostal Alas de Venezuela|
|Key people||Ricardo Martinez (President)|
Originally established as Sol Air in January 2002, the airline leased a Boeing 727-200 from Falcon Air Express and started operations in Jul of that year. In July 2003, the Venezuelan state-owned airline Aeropostal acquired a 45% stake in the company and rebranded it as AeroHonduras; the airline's President, Ricardo Martinez, retained a 55% stake.
In August 2005, AeroHonduras suspended operations after its only operating aircraft (a Boeing 737-300) wet leased from Falcon Air Express was taken back by the company. Although the airline initially indicated that it was a temporary move, there had been issues with financial payment for services, delays associated with repairs and financial mismanagement associated with its suspension of service. 
- "AeroHonduras Fleet Details and History". Planespotters.net. Retrieved April 1, 2020.
- Airliner World, October 2005