Coming Soon Fly From Raleigh/Durham, NC To The Bahamas

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This fall, Bahamasair will begin nonstop flights from RDU (Raliegh/Durham International Airport) to the tropical destination of Freeport, Grand Bahama, with connections to Nassau. When service begins in November, Bahamasair will become RDU’s 14th airline, and Freeport will be its 7th international destination. The Bahamas Islands are popular with tourists and will fill a void for those who enjoy scuba diving, boating adventures, and exploring tropical beaches.

Bahamasair will operate 138-seat Boeing 737-700 flights from RDU on Thursdays and Sundays. The year-round service will begin on November 17 and will be based at Terminal 2. The Bahamas Government proudly owns Bahamasair, the country’s national airline. It is well-known for its strong commitment to safety as well as its proximity to 13 Bahamas destinations on its island chain.

Raleigh-Durham International Airport is managed by the Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority. RDU connects people and places in central and eastern North Carolina, serving over 14 million passengers in 2019. RDU has a $15.1 billion annual economic impact on our region and supports nearly 100,000 local and regional jobs. In a 2021 J.D. Power survey, RDU was ranked third among large North American airports in terms of passenger satisfaction. Learn more about the Airport Authority board, including its monthly meetings, online.

The Bahamas, with over 700 islands and cays and 16 distinct island destinations, is just 50 miles off the coast of Florida, providing an easy flyaway escape that transports travelers away from their everyday lives. The Bahamas Islands offer world-class fishing, diving, boating, birding, and nature-based activities, as well as thousands of miles of the world’s most spectacular water and pristine beaches to families, couples, and adventurers.

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