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| I'm a Honduran guy who lives in Tegucigalpa, home of Toncontin International Airport, I am a frequent flyer of AA so I have to use my hometown airport frequently (travel 1-2 times a year). I bet many have seen Toncontin Airport on many documentaries where they call it one of the most dangerous in the world. Maybe that's true, the runway is short but in terms of the airport itself, it has easy access and a large parking area, you don't have to walk that far to get to the airline stands due to the fact that it is a small airport. The flow of people is small, therefore you won't have to deal with long lines. There is a foodcourt on the second floor and a mall just a street away (yep, after check-in you are able to get out of the airport again because you have to go through the security check point until almost the boarding door). In the terminal there aren't many duty free stores, there are some kiosks where you can get some Honduran food. 1 VIP lounge is available but no one uses it. To finish, only 3 bridges are available that connect the airport to the airplane door, so in many cases especially on small flights, you will be requested to go through some stairs that will take you to the runway where you will have to walk to get to your planes.