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Fly to The Bahamas on a private jet

Hire a private jet to or from the Bahamas with AEROAFFAIRES, your number one air charter service

 

The Bahamas are the ideal destination for relaxation, sea, sun, and sand. If you want to charter a luxury private jet or helicopter to The Bahamas, AEROAFFAIRES can take you there! Book your flight, and get the experience only a premium air charter service can provide.

 

A bespoke Bahamas air charter service to suit every need

Our unique software allows us to locate in real time the perfect air charter for your needs, from a fleet of 7500 aircraft from a network of more than 850 trusted air operators. You can enjoy a smooth, stress-free journey in total security. Whether you’re flying to or from the Bahamas, you can charter a private jet in just a few clicks while we take care of the rest.

 

 

Explore the Tropical Charms of The Bahamas

The Bahamas is an exquisite tropical destination nestled in the turquoise waters of the Atlantic Ocean. From crystal-clear waters to vibrant coral reefs, The Bahamas are a haven for snorkeling, and diving. Beyond the coastal beauty, visitors can discover the Bahamian culture, trying delicious cuisine, and enjoying vibrant music festivals. With warm weather year-round, the Bahamas is a perfect destination for travelers looking for a unique and relaxing experience.

Airports to reach the Bahamas

After a flight chartered by AEROAFFAIRES, you will arrive at one of the many airports that are suitable for private jets in The Bahamas:

1. Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS)

Formerly known as Nassau International Airport, the Lynden Pindling International Airport is the largest international gateway into the country. Located close to the capital city of Nassau in western New Providence island, it is the largest airport in the Bahamas.

 

2. Exuma International Airport (GGT)

Located close to Moss Town, northwest of George Town, this public airport mainly serves the island of Great Exuma in the Bahamas. The airport is mainly accessible by light aircrafts and regional jets coming from the United States and other islands of The Bahamas.

3. Grand Bahama International Airport (FPO)

The Grand Bahama International Airport is an international airport located in Freeport, Bahamas. The airport can handle the largest aircrafts and is relatively close to the majority of cities on the Eastern Seaboard of the United States.

4. Leonard M Thompson International Airport (MHH)

Formerly known as The Marsh Harbour International Airport, is an airport serving Marsh Harbour, a major tourist attraction, a town in the Abaco Islands in The Bahamas. Since the launch of the new runway in 2007, larger, regional jets can also reach Marsh Harbour.

 

 

Get to your final destination in no time with AEROAFFAIRES helicopter transfer service

AEROAFFAIRES is an expert in the charter of private aircraft, offering a VIP and personalized service at the best price. Whatever aircraft you are looking for, your dedicated flight consultant will provide you with 24/7 assistance up to 2 hours before your flight.

Nearly 95,000 passengers have already traveled with AEROAFFAIRES, on over 20,000 different private aircraft. Traveling with AEROAFFAIRES also means supporting our Sky CO2 program, which offers to finance the preservation of ecosystems in France.

 

Fill out our online quote, or contact us by phone at +33 (0) 1 44 09 91 82 or by e-mail: charter@aeroaffaires.com.

Some practical information about the Bahamas main airports:

1. Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS)

  • IATA Code : NAS
  • ICAO Code : MYNN
  • Latitude : 25°02′20″N
  • Longitude : 077°27′58″W
  • Altitude: 5 m / 16 ft
  • Runway length: 3,358 m (11,017 ft) / 2,537m  (8,323 ft)

2. Exuma International Airport (GGT)

  • IATA Code : GGT
  • ICAO Code : MYEF
  • Latitude : 23°33′48″N
  • Longitude :075°52′23″W
  • Altitude: 3 m / 9 ft
  • Runway length: 2,149 m (7,051 ft)

3. Grand Bahama International Airport (FPO)

  • IATA Code : FPO
  • ICAO Code : MYGF
  • Latitude : 26°33′31″N
  • Longitude : 078°41′44″W
  • Altitude: 2 m / 8 ft
  • Runway length: 3,360 m (11,024 ft)

4. Leonard M Thompson International Airport (MHH)

  • IATA Code : MHH
  • ICAO Code : MYAM
  • Latitude : 26°30′41″N
  • Longitude : 077°05′01″W
  • Altitude: 2 m / 8 ft
  • Runway length: 1,859 m (3 6,100 ft)

Location and Access

The Bahamas is an enchanting archipelago located in the Atlantic Ocean. Composed of over 700 islands and cays, you can access to this tropical paradise from most of the cities worldwide. International travelers can fly directly to Nassau, the capital city, or choose from several regional airports across the islands.

Moreover, cruise ships frequently dock at popular ports, providing an alternative means of reaching the Bahamas.

Things you should not miss in The Bahamas

The Atlantis Resort, an open door to all the Bahamas’ wonders

During your stay, we recommend you stay at Atlantis, a resort located on Paradise Island, off Nassau. Surrounded by a breathtaking landscape, this luxury hotel will provide you with an amazing experience that will for sure make your stay in Bahamas unforgettable. With more than 20 restaurants, and many activities organized by the hotel, you can to whatever you want from swimming with dolphins to stay at their luxury Casino, or relaxing in a yoga class on the beach.  

Between snorkeling and sunbathing

The Bahamas offers a lot of exciting activities for visitors to discover. Start by exploring Nassau, the vibrant capital city, and wander through its historic sites and colorful markets. Head to the stunning beaches like Cable Beach or Paradise Island, where you can relax in the sun, and swim in crystal-clear waters.

You can also book a boat tour to the famous Exuma Cays, where you can meet friendly pigs, or go on a thrilling shark dive. Swap your flip-flops for some flippers and dive in to see rich and varied marine life up close!

To end your trip with some delicious exotic cuisine, we recommend booking a table for dinner at the Gray Cliff Hotel, where you can enjoy authentic Bahamense gastronomy at its best.

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