Nonstop Flights From Los Angeles to Nassau & Paradise Island
Picture this: a slice of Nassau & Paradise Island right in the heart of Los Angeles! We recently sprinkled a bit of Bahamian magic in the City of Angels to celebrate the fantastic nonstop flights from LA to "Oh La La" with JetBlue and Alaska Airlines.
Now, jet setters have the ultimate ticket to The Bahamas, thanks to JetBlue's once-weekly nonstop flight from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Nassau's Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS). Flying every Saturday, this route not only gets you there in style but also lets you bask in JetBlue's renowned Mint® premium service. And that's not all – Alaska Airlines is joining the party with seasonal nonstop flights from both LAX and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) to NAS. Operating from December 14, 2023, to April 10, 2024, the LAX route runs four times a week, while the SEA route operates three times a week, offering a range of options for seamless journeys to The Bahamas.
To mark this momentous occasion and bring a taste of The Bahamas to the West Coast, we took over the Westfield Century City Mall. Imagine watching a local mixologist shaking up an iconic Sky Juice, getting all the tips and tricks to making the most delicious conch salad made by a talented chef, and witnessing a Bahamian artist create a vibrant mural—all while soaking in the lively spirit of Junkanoo. The event was a celebration of Bahamian culture, bringing the essence of the islands to LA. Take a look at these fantastic photos from the event!
Making your island escape even smoother, Lynden Pindling International Airport in Nassau stands out as one of the few select airports offering U.S. Customs and Immigration Preclearance and U.S. Global Entry. Plus, it's the first airport outside the U.S. to implement TSA PreCheck. Convinced yet? We recommend shaking up your very own Sky Juice and diving into planning your next trip to Nassau & Paradise Island, The Bahamas! Because why dream of Paradise when you can jet off to it in just a five-and-a-half-hour flight?