Serving as the main gateway into the Caribbean islands of the Bahamas, Lynden Pindling International Airport receives service from more than 20 airline companies. The busiest airport on The Bahamas is a hub for Bahamasair. The flag carrier of The Bahamas offers non-stop flights to more than 20 total destinations. First and foremost, Bahamasair offers domestic flights to other local destinations such as Arthur’s Town, Colonel Hill, Deadman’s Cay, Freeport, George Town, Rock Sound, and Treasure Cay. All of these domestic destinations are small communities that are scattered throughout the various islands of The Bahamas.
Bahamasair also connects Lynden Pindling International Airport with neighboring Caribbean island nations. Cuba’s capital city Havana and the Turks and Caicos Islands city of Provindenciales can be reached via the national airline of The Bahamas. The largest airport in The Bahamas is also connected to Miami International Airport and Orlando International Airport in Florida thanks to direct service offered by Bahamasair.
Being a popular resort destination for Americans, The Bahamas are accessible thanks to several major U.S. airlines. American Airlines offers seasonal trips from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport to The Bahamas. All year long, Delta Air Lines takes passengers from Atlanta and New York City into the Nassau area of The Bahamas. United Airlines offers year round trips to Newark and seasonal flights to the main airports in Chicago, Cleveland and Houston. Any day of the year, US Airways links The Bahamas with major East Coast cities such as Charlotte, Philadelphia, and the capital district of the United States. JetBlue Airways offers low cost trips between The Bahamas and major East Coast cities like Boston and New York.
Passengers from Canada can enjoy the beauty of The Bahamas thanks to two major Canadian airlines that serve Lynden Pindling International Airport. Air Canada and WestJet both offer daily non-stop flights to Toronto Pearson International Airport. During the peak season, Canada’s flag carrier Air Canada also links The Bahamas with Montreal while WestJet connects this beautiful Caribbean nation with the city of Calgary.
The Lynden Pindling International Airport is such a popular destination that it attracts a major airline from Europe. British Airways offers long haul flights to Heathrow Airport in London. The U.K. flag carrier also offers regional service between The Bahamas and the Cayman Islands as well as Turks and Caicos Islands.
The largest airport in The Bahamas is naturally served by other airlines from the Caribbean region. The list includes Air Turks and Caicos, Caribbean Airlines, Cubana de Aviacion and Copa Airlines.