In order to provide better quality services and improvements to customs users, the Deputy Directorate of Customs Revenue has implemented in recent months a modern technological infrastructure through development according to the needs of competitiveness, allowing the implementation of mechanisms for exchange of customs information globally, also has defined a portfolio of short-, medium- and term to ensure sustainability of customs operations and guarantee the institutional technological strengthening, which has enabled a reduction in time release and clearance of goods, reducing clearance times by 75% from 3.32 days to 0.82 days average. 2017 2018 (during the same time period) a decrease of 30% was obtained being reported an average of 0.57 days time.


Customs Administration of Honduras, is heading for a continuous transformation, implementing latest technologies, thus meeting the parameters for access to the customs global connectivity.

To provide optimal service and quality care to users and improve conditions for employees, it was launched the process of comprehensive modernization of Customs including improvements in physical infrastructure in the first phase 2018.



By automating customs processes and updating the Automated System for Customs Revenue 2.0 it has increased the access of customs services through technological developments that facilitate access to customs services, expanding access of customs services through care of an average of 1370 users per day; of which 12% through mobile devices and 88% from desktop terminals with updating the technology platform WEB 2.0 SARAH.

Early Goods Import Declaration allows the capture process burden of support, information transmission and payment of tax liabilities documentation is made in advance by streamlining the process of clearance of goods, air, land and sea.

La Mesa

In 1968, when the works are completed airport, customs officers created during the administration of López Arellano. Until February 1965, the cargo destined came to the table moved in trucks custodian for the administration of rents San Pedro Sula, to be gauged and / or desaduanadas as appropriate. It was not until 1967 when he moved to the table, a customs office and in 1968, the customs carrier table was built, its first manager Don Andres Godoy, who served the 1st. From August 1968 until 1971.

It is located in the department of Cortes, 12 km. SPS, in which air and land activities such develop, but a record that identifies the work does not take that route increased commercial activity takes place. It should be noted that this office is operating ASYCUDA, which has simplified and streamlined the administrative procedure.

Which make this custom principal is specified in the review, valuation, classification, import, export, transit and nationalization of goods from other countries.

El Poy

It is located in the department of Ocotepeque just 5 minutes from the city of New Ocotepeque. In 1964, the General Customs Directorate appointed as the first manager Mr. Aníbal Suazo customs, but was responsible for the administration and provided the goods to the administration of their respective aforo.en income for 1971 was carried, became the the reopening of the office Poy, the Directorate General of customs control an auditor to take charge of the office is made. This function as integrated since June 11, 2001 office; this refers to performing responsible for the implementation of legislation and common customs procedures two or more countries sharing the same administrative office of clearance of goods administrative services.

Agua Caliente

This land border customs office is situated at the western sector of the Republic of Honduras (Ocotepeque) and establishes a direct connection to the Republic of Guatemala by the municipality of Esquipulas in the Department. Chiquimula.

In the beginning it worked empirically clear objectives to defend national sovereignty and regulate the emerging trade between the two republics, its first commissioned Mr. Desidero Mejia, who under the office of inspector covering functions Migration, Finance. The site where worked the first few days was located just 25 meters from the border between Honduras and Guatemala.

Las Manos

It is located in the municipality of Arauca, department of El Paraíso. The history of Customs Hands as such is recent, since a long time what existed there was a border crossing that was called “The Post”. A house marked the profound divide between the territory of the Republic of Honduras and the Republic of Nicaragua. For a while there was no road, so that people who traveled between one country and another did beasts. The accounting records of the customs appear from the seventies for the first time.

As customs border is directly involved in the process of facilitating international trade through the modernization project land border customs.


  • Toncontin Custom 


  • Toncontin International Airport, Tegucigalpa MDC


  • La Mesa Custom


  • Ramón Villeda Morales International Airport, San Pedro Sula, Department of Cortés


  • Puerto Cortés Customs

Department of Cortés
Tel. 2665-0181, 2665-0548

  • Roatán Customs 

Roatán, Islas de la Bahia

  • La Ceiba Customs

La Ceiba, Department of Atlántida
Tel. 2442-0248, 2448-5411

  • Tela Custom

Port of Tela, Department of Atlántida
Tel. 2448-2252, 2448-2088

  • Trujillo Custom

Department of Colón
Tel. 2448-2088, 2429-8017

  • Puerto Lempira Custom

Department of Gracias a Dios
Tel. 2433-6000, 2433-6001

  • The Henecan Custom

Valle Department
Tel. 2781-5190

  • Amapala Custom

Valle Department
Tel. 2795-8504, 2795-8517


  • El Poy Custom

Department of Ocotepeque
Border between Honduras and El Salvador
Tel. 2653-3134, 2653-3419

  • El Amatillo Custom

Valle Department
Border between Honduras and El Salvador
Tel. 2794-5037, 2794-5035

  • Aguacaliente Custom

Department of Ocotepeque
Honduras and Guatemala border
Tel. 2652-3819

  • El Florido Custom

Copan Department
Honduras and Guatemala border
Tel. 2651-4027, 2651-4007

  • Corinto Custom

Puerto Cortés, Cortés Department
Honduras and Guatemala border

  • La Fraternidad Custom

Department of Choluteca
Honduras and Nicaragua border
Tel. 2787-3616, 2787-3605

  • Las Manos Custom

El Paraiso Department
Honduras and Nicaragua border
Tel. 2787-7320, 2787-7303

  • Guasaule Department

Department of Choluteca
Honduras and Nicaragua border
Tel. 2787-3727, 2787-3735

Honduras has an infrastructure in constantly improve and advance, has a dry canal that runs across the country from north to south and connects from Puerto Cortes to the border of Amatillo with El Salvador and the border with Nicaragua hands.

Honduras has direct connectivity to Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, Belize, the United States, Canada, Cayman Islands, Cuba, Mexico and Spain.

The expectation is that the operation of the Airport Palmerola, allows increased air connectivity with Colombia, Germany, England and other US cities where there is a potential market. The important thing is to improve competitiveness and boost air connectivity growth in the country.

The challenge of the presidency of the republic is to turn Honduras into a logistics hub for the transfer of passengers and cargo. It has been negotiating with airlines Volaris in Mexico, Condor Wamos Air Germany and Spain.

The country has 10 tracks between airports and aerodromes. 4 international airports are located in Tegucigalpa, San Pedro Sula, La Ceiba and Roatan. Aerodromes are in Puerto Lempira, Guanaja, Utila, Trujillo, Copan, Tela, Gracias, Olancho, Choluteca and Brus Laguna.

More than two million passengers a year pass through the 4 international airports in Honduras. Increased flow of passengers in and out by Ramon Villeda Morales airport in San Pedro Sula. 


The Ramón Villeda Morales International Airport, also known as Airport “La Mesa” or San Pedro Sula airport; is the airport in the city of San Pedro Sula in northern Honduras.


The Toncontin International Airport serves the city of Tegucigalpa and is one of the major airports in Honduras. It is located in the south of the capital city and has a runway 2021 m with a width of 45 m.2


Golosón International Airport is an airport located in Honduras Atlantic Coast in the port of La Ceiba. It is one of the four international airports are there in Honduras. Has modern facilities were renovated and completed in 2004, although the terminal is small, it has everything you need for a good international airport.


Juan Manuel Galvez International Airport, also known as Roatán International Airport is an airport located in Hondura’s Caribbean coast, specifically on the island of Roatan.

Honduras has ports on both the Atlantic and the Pacific Coast. The most important port of Honduras is Puerto Cortés. In this port of modern port facilities, more than half of the cargo import and export of the country is handled. The other ports of the country as; La Ceiba, Puerto Castilla, Tela, Puerto Lempira are devoted mostly to the tourist and commercial activities. Other important ports are: San Lorenzo and Amapala in the Pacific Ocean.



Located in the Atlantic Ocean, it is the country’s main port and is the busiest among Hondurans and Central American ports.

Its location is at 15 ° 48` 00” latitude north and 87 ° 57` 00” west longitude is by its nature the Center for Transportation and Trade of Honduras.

It has the advantage of being located in a well protected natural bay deep water where the tidal variation is insignificant, with a maximum fluctuation of 0.3 m. Northeast winds generally inconstant and currents.

Port Facilities:

Has six berthing docks, of which the springs 4, 5 and 6 have been concessioned to the company Philippine ICTSI (International Container Terminal Services Inc.), who formed partnership with Central Operadora Portuaria (OPC), while the spring 3 was awarded to Mexican consortium MULTISUR SA de CV, which is operated by Seaports of Honduras (PMH), this was done with the sole purpose of making more competitive the port level region and internationally, streamlining processes and modernize technologically all operations.

Areas closed and open storage for all kinds of goods, the first consisting of two warehouses covering an area of ​​18,000 square meters.
Open areas or storage areas outdoor reach a total of 296,000 square meters of which 106,000 square meters are considered reserve.

Other facilities at the port are:

  • Easy access to zones and industrial cities.
  • Cabotage facilities.
  • Banking
  • Free zone.
  • Water tank: 250,000 Gal.
  • 2 MW electricity emergency.
  • Patio to store dredges and vans.
  • Patio to store containers.
  • Patio to store merchandise.
  • Patios leased.
  • Yards vehicles.
  • Bodegas area.

Mega Port:

The National Port Authority was created in 1966, Free Zone in 1976. Among all seaports worldwide that containers with goods exports to the US, Puerto Cortés is the 36th in terms of volume. Because of its proximity to seaports US in the Gulf of Mexico and on the East Coast and its outstanding infrastructure port, Puerto Cortes included Container Security Initiative (CSI) for the first time in Central America. In December 2005, the US government He signed an agreement with the government of Honduras and opened a US Customs Office in Puerto Cortes. Under this agreement, all containers exported from Puerto Cortes that are destined for any US port They are controlled by US Customs officials in Honduras.


Improving to provide personalized quality service to all our customers or users.


Puerto Castilla is located in the Bay of Trujillo on the Atlantic Coast to 16º00’00” 86º01’00” north latitude and west longitude. The variation of the tide varies between 1.5 and 2.5 feet maximum.

Port Facilities:

In its concrete pier you can dock a large ship or two medium. It has 6 storage tanks with a capacity of 42,000 gallons; two warehouses with open sides 3,000 m² each. Its main services are: right port, pilotage, docking and undocking, anchoring, loading and unloading, water, electricity and fuel.

Serving container ships, cargo vessels and bulk carriers, wharfage and load transfer, forklift service.

The service provided to ships is piloting, docking and / or unloading, water, electricity and fuel. Has a spring length of 225 meters 38 wide with depths quayside are 12 meters and 30 to 40 meters in bay, it has two storage tanks for liquid bulk 1 million gallons each for use grocery bulks.

It has 6 storage tanks 42,000 gallon gasoline and oil palm side and 2 cellars with 6.00 square meters in total.

Description of Puerto Castilla dock

  • One concrete pier 225 m long x 38 m wide.
  • natural depth of 12 m.
  • 2 warehouses with open sides 3,000 m² c / u.
  • It provides services to bulk carriers, cargo vessels, containerships.
  • The Bananera DOLE company is the main user of the port.