When People Are Deported Are They Taken On A Regular Plane?

Or are they taken on like a special plane owned by Homeland Security?? Do they ride with regular normal people on their flights?? Or is it only people who are being deported as well that are on the plane?? In case your wondering..I’m specifically referring to people being deported to Honduras.and final question..when they deport people to Honduras, does anyone know which city they are dropped off in??

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2 Responses to “When People Are Deported Are They Taken On A Regular Plane?”

  1. usfirstg says:

    The Department of Homeland Security through the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement operate their own aircraft. In the case of Honduras, they generally land in San Pedro Sula. They used to land in Tegucigalpa as well but for safety reasons, have been landing only in San Pedro Sula. There is a Repatriation Office at the airport welcoming the returnees, they are given a voucher or cash incentive to purchase a bus ticket so they may reach their city/town of origin. Subjects who are given voluntary departure within a specified period of time, may depart through their own means by commercial aircraft.

  2. John says:

    They go in a space ship.

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