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JetBlue launches new Nassau route

US carrier has announced it will add another flight to its services to The Bahamas. It will now fly three times a day between Fort Lauderdale and Nassau. 

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Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Wednesday, May 11, 2011

One of Nassau’s key air providers, JetBlue Airways, has announced it will add another flight to its services to The Bahamas.

The US carrier will now fly three times a day between Fort Lauderdale and Nassau. JetBlue also operates routes from Nassau to New York, Boston and Orlando.

In announcing the new flights, Scott Laurence, JetBlue’s vice president of network planning, said: “This additional flight would not be possible without the steadfast support of the Nassau and Paradise Island Promotion Board. We’re very happy with the tremendous support we’ve received from customers in both South Florida and The Bahamas.”


The vice president also praised the new $190-million US Departures Terminal at Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport which opened in February. “Whether it’s business or pleasure, an hour-long trip and three daily JetBlue flights make it very easy to reach The Bahamas; a shiny new terminal doesn’t hurt either!” he added.

Central Bank has released its monthly report on economic and financial sector developments in The Bahamas. The Bank monitors these conditions as part of its monetary policy mandate, to assess whether money and credit trends are sustainable relative to levels of external reserves required to protect the value of the Bahamian dollar and, if not, the degree to which credit policies ought to be adjusted. Download the full report for March here.

Insurance group Colina is helping to promote medical tourism in The Bahamas through a new initiative with the University of Miami. The initiative will pave the way for increased technology and information exchange.

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