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BlueSky Airlines is a private startup airline, based in Grand Cayman, which is looking to launch service in the second half of 2015 and banking on "pent-up" demand for travel within the intra-Caribbean and inter-Caribbean Latin American market, according to company spokesman Mark Ellinger.
The Icelandic discount carrier known for its $99 fares to Europe is coming to the USA’s biggest city.
As The Bahamas continues along the path of acquiring five aircraft to replace its aging fleet of Bombardier Dash 8s from French manufacturer Avions de Transport Régional (ATR) — at a cost of $100 million, borrowed from local banks — it appears that the CEO of another Caribbean airline that made the exact same choice has only very recently may have had second thoughts.
NASSAU, Bahamas -- American Airlines employees at Lynden Pindling International Airport in Nassau (NAS) have much to celebrate as American honors the team with the Customer Cup award for the third quarter of 2015.
The Customer Cup award is categorized by market size from largest to smallest airports according to flight activity. The award recognizes employees for providing excellent customer serv...
American Airlines recognizes employees at Lynden Pindling International Airport in Nassau with the Customer Cup Award for the first time
American Airlines employees in Nassau were awarded the Cup for providing exceptional customer service
BTO- Atlanta Holds Tradeshow for Top Travel Agents and Announces Delta Airlines New Non Stop Services into Abaco and Eleuther and Daily Flights into Georgetown, Exuma
The Bahamas Tourist Office in Atlanta, Georgia recently hosted more than 115 of the top travel agents to a trade show and dinner reception at the Ivy Hall & Roswell Mill Club in Atlanta, Georgia.
A PRIVATE airline is partnering with Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner to organise emergency relief for the storm-battered island...
Despite an "aggressive renaissance" of the tourism product, Fred Lounsberry, CEO of the Nassau/Paradise Island Promotion Board, said the board's top airline partners are leery of committing to providing more airlift into The Bahamas