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NASSAU, Bahamas, October 8, 2016 - Under warm, sunny skies, the Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board and Paradise Island Tourism Development Association report that the destination is open for business and welcoming guests following last week’s passing of Hurricane Matthew.

Member hotels and resorts were well-prepared for the storm and sustained minimal damage. Clean-up efforts began immediately following the storm’s passing on Friday and Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) reopened on Saturday with all airlines having now resumed their normal schedules.

As always, travelers are encouraged to contact their respective airlines and accommodations providers for the most up-to-date information. A listing of all airlines and their contacts can be found on LPIA’s website at A listing of all member hotels for the Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board and Paradise Island Tourism Development Association can be found at



About Nassau Paradise Island: Nassau Paradise Island, Bahamas is known for having some of the most beautiful white sand beaches in the world, turquoise blue water, the Caribbean's best entertainment and a spectrum of resorts from ultra-exclusive to family-friendly. This convenient destination is serviced by several non-stop flights from most major U.S. cities. Less than an hour from South Florida and less than three hours from New York City, Nassau Paradise Island is so close, yet feels like it's a world away. Additional information about where to stay and incredible value-added packages may be found at