So Close, and So Simple!
Flying The Bahamas is truly simple, well within the capabilities of the lightest single engine aircraft. Leaving the Florida east coast, first landfalls occur at Grand Bahama Island (60 NM) or Bimini (50 NM). Overlapping VOR/DME of NOB signals provide course guidance from the US coast and throughout the most frequently traveled routes in the Bahamas. Interested in taking a look at our 2014-2015 Bahamas Pilot Guide? Click here to view it.
Checklist To Enter/Leave
To increase your enjoyment in flying to The Islands Of The Bahamas, we have created a short list of steps for entering and leaving that includes filing the eAPIS.
The Bahamas has exciting fly-in events throughout the year. To join in all the fun, click here to register for one of our aviation events now.
Fly In Calendar: http://teamup.com/ksca28279d3b299943/
Meet our current US-based Bahamas Flying Ambassadors, who assist The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism by making themselves available to share their knowledge of The Bahamas, especially the ease of flying across the Gulf Stream to The Islands Of The Bahamas.