Frequently Asked Questions

What countries do you currently serve?

Harvest Aviation currently serves missionaries and pastors in the Central American countries of Belize and Honduras.

We have had requests to begin service into Guatemala. We are prayerfully considering this possibility.

 

Who may qualify to receive air support services?

Any missionary or pastor serving Jesus Christ on the mission field of Belize or Honduras who agrees fully with our Statement of Faith may qualify for air support.

 

How much does it cost to send packages to the mission field?

The cost of sending supplies varies depending on the aircraft we use, the country we’re flying to, and the constantly changing cost of fuel.

Belize Costs: On average, it costs US$4.00 per pound to fly cargo from our hangar in Wauchula, FL to the airport in Belize City. We ask missionaries to contribute a minimum suggested donation of US$2.00 per pound to deliver cargo to Belize.

Honduras Costs: On average, it costs US$6.00 per pound to fly cargo from our hangar in Wauchula, FL to the airport in La Ceiba. We ask missionaries to contribute a minimum suggested donation of US$4.00 per pound to deliver cargo to Honduras.

 

What kind of aircraft do you fly?

Depending on the cargo load we need to fly, we generally use a Piper Chieftain. A Piper Seneca II will also be joining the fleet shortly.


How Long does it take to fly to Belize?

It takes about 5-1/2 hours of flight time, plus refueling stops.

 

How long does it take to fly to Honduras?

It takes about 6-1/2 hours of flight time, plus refueling stops.

 

I am interested in going to Belize or Honduras. Can I catch a ride with you?

Missionaries wishing to travel between the mission field and Florida may do so provided we have room on the flight. Please check with Harvest for rates and availability.