The Bahamas Welcomes Visitors With Even More Ways To Travel This Summer


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NASSAU, Bahamas, April 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — As travel continues a steady return growth (with safety regulations in place), The Bahamas[1] is excited to welcome back visitors with more flight options and deals this summer.

Given anticipated demand by its consumers, American Airlines has announced direct flights from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (ABIA) to Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS) beginning June 5, 2021. Frontier Airlines has also announced that direct flights from Miami International Airport (MIA) to Nassau (NAS) will be available four times a week starting July 2021.

To ensure travelers’ safety, each airline has implemented travel requirements and safety measures, with more details available by visiting[2] and[3]. “We’re excited to welcome these new flights to The Bahamas, allowing more options for travelers to book a stay in paradise, now that warmer weather is here,” said the Hon. Dionisio D’Aguilar, Bahamas Minister of Tourism & Aviation.

While on island, wanderlusters will find ultimate relaxation and exhilarating adventure through the destination’s rich culture, decadent sea-to-table dining and beautiful natural wonders. From secret sandbars and secluded pink-sand beaches, to deep blue hole diving and swimming with the pigs, there is truly something for everyone to enjoy. Not to mention, Downtown Nassau offers 20 square blocks of monuments, murals, and museums for those looking to immerse themselves in The Bahamas centuries-old history.

Those looking to book their next vacation, whether in Nassau or island hopping throughout the Out Islands, can head to[4] or check with their hotel representatives to learn more about the deals and packages available in the coming months.

For an overview of The Bahamas’ travel and entry protocols, please visit[5].

Explore all the islands have to offer at[6] or on Facebook[7], YouTube[8] or Instagram[9].

Anita Johnson-Patty
Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation[10]

Weber Shandwick
Public Relations[11]

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SOURCE Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation

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