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July 24, 2020
Air ambulance prepared for increase in family island flights

Air Ambulance Services (AAS) President Dr. Franklyn Walkine said yesterday that the company is prepared for an increase in demand for flights to transfer suspected and confirmed COVID-19 patients on Family lslands. According to Walkine, since the country's borders reopened on July 1, the company [...]
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November 25, 2015
BTO-Atlanta holds tradeshow for travel agents and announces new Family Islands flights

ATLANTA, Georgia -- 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. The event, which showcased various Resorts in The Bahamas also served to announce Delta Airlines new non stop services into The Bahamas commencing in December, making accessibility to...

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July 02, 2020
Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation Launches "The Islands of The Bahamas" Mobile App To Help Vacation Planning

The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation’s new, free mobile app provides an easy to use resource and tool for consumers planning a visit to The Islands Of The Bahamas...

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Reopening of Regular Domestic Travel
June 01, 2020
Reopening of Regular Domestic Travel

As part of the ongoing and phased reopening of the country, domestic borders will be opened for regular domestic commercial flights and for domestic pleasure craft and yachts. This applies to all islands of The Bahamas...

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December 17, 2019
Return of Sunwing to Grand Bahama, restart of international flights to the island

Grand Bahama’s tourism got a big boost on Saturday and when Sunwing Airlines made its official return to the island, since Hurricane Dorian...

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September 07, 2017
Minnis: Evacuation not political

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday stressed the importance of not politicizing Hurricane Irma, following the unprecedented evacuation of hundreds of people from the southern islands.
Minnis and Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis greeted evacuees from Inagua yesterday morning, after they touched down at Lynden Pindling International Airport.
On Tuesday night, the prime minister ordered an...

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December 15, 2016
Misaligned flight schedules impacting Long Island tourism

Stopover visitors to Long Island grew by only 250 people over a nine-year period, due in part to disjointed airlift between the island, New Providence and U.S. tourism markets, Director of Airlift at the Ministry of Tourism Tyrone Sawyer revealed at the Long Island Business Outlook.
Sawyer said these misaligned flight schedules affect many of the out islands, leading to scheduling problems for tou...

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Flights Leaving Crooked Island Acklins Today
October 03, 2016
Flights Leaving Crooked Island & Acklins Today

A flight will be in CROOKED ISLAND (morning) and ACKLINS (afternoon) tomorrow. The elderly, disabled and Pregnant will be given first priority to evacuate. NEMA is liasing with the Adminstrator so please ensure the evacuees connect with them

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May 27, 2016
Rake 'n' Scrape 'til the music's done

It's usually a stellar line-up of veteran Rake 'n' Scrape artists performing at the Cat Island Rake 'n' Scrape Festival, but in an about face for the 18th edition of the much-loved event, organizers will focus on a younger lineup of artists.

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ATR defends record in region
January 11, 2016
ATR defends record in region

French aircraft manufacturer ATR has confirmed that Bahamasair's order for five of its aircraft was announced at the Paris Air Show in June 2015, and pointed out to Guardian Business that there are 180 ATR aircraft in operation in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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