An EasySky BAe Jetstream 31 turboprop flying from Roatan to San Pedro Sula, Honduras, ran off the runway and crashed into a ditch on 31 December, according to reports.
Photos of the accident site show that the aircraft has a registration HR-AWG.
The 19-seat aircraft was built in 1987, Flightglobal's Ascend Online database shows. The aircraft has accumulated 25,304 hours and 36,803 cycles and has Honeywell TPE331 engines.
The aircraft is owned by CSI Holdings and managed by Rollins Air, the database shows. It was originally operated by Metro Airlines.