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Getting Here

Nassau Paradise Island is a convenient nonstop flight from many major US and Canadian cities. At Lynden Pindling International Airport, you’ll find the first TSA PreCheck program outside of the United States, plus Global Entry for pre-approved, low-risk travelers arriving from the US. Getting here is a breeze – you’ll be on the beach with a Bahama Mama in hand in no time! 

American Airlines

Nonstops from Austin, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Miami, LaGuardia, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC.


Nonstops from Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Orlando.

Delta Air Lines

Nonstops from Atlanta, Boston, and JFK.


Nonstops from Boston, Fort Lauderdale, JFK, LaGuardia, Newark, Washington, DC and Orlando.

Southwest Airlines

Nonstops from Fort Lauderdale and Baltimore.

United Airlines

Nonstops from Chicago, Cleveland, Denver, Houston, Newark, and Washington, DC.

Tropic Ocean Airways

Shared charter flights from Fort Lauderdale and Nassau 5 times per week

Aerial shot of an airport at night.

Lynden Pindling International Airport

First impressions are important – and arriving at Lynden Pindling International Airport is a warm welcome to The Bahamas. Well-stocked with shops and services, the airport is located a short drive or taxi ride from Nassau Paradise Island’s hotels, resorts, and attractions. 

A woman floating on a boat in Nassau

Bahamas Entry Requirements

No matter how you are arriving in The Bahamas – by air, cruise ship, or private boat – review our entry requirements to ensure you’re cleared for entry. Then, relax and enjoy your stay. 

A passport being stamped at Nassau Paradise Island airport

Bahamas Passport Requirements

All visitors arriving in The Bahamas from an international destination must have a valid passport, regardless of age. Review detailed passport requirements and frequently asked questions about passports.