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How to Find Cheap Flights to Nassau
The Bahamas are beautiful throughout the year. Low season and peak season closely compete with each other regarding steady temperatures and calm weather, even during hurricane season. Flights to Nassau are at their highest prices in the winter. This is not due to temperatures in the islands; it is due to the cold temperatures in the hometowns of those who are visiting. To get the best deal out of your Bahamian vacation, look for tickets to Nassau from May through November. You will also need to plan well in advance for cheap flights to Nassau. Purchase your tickets to Nassau at least two months ahead of your travel date.
Nassau Airfare Options
You can obtain flights to Nassau from practically any location in the US when you book through Expedia. Most Nassau flights do require one stop, though you may choose from a number of options when booking your tickets. Expedia gives you all of the details you need to make the best choice for your needs. If you are fortunate enough to be flying out of Atlanta, Baltimore, Dallas/Fort Worth, or Miami, you can easily find direct Nassau flights throughout the year. Other major airports offer direct flights on a seasonal basis. If a direct flight is important to you, you may be able to find one during the high season of travel.
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Travel Planning for the Bahamas
The island nation of the Bahamas is just off the coast of Florida. This lets you experience a tropical paradise that is not far from home. Nassau airfare is inexpensive, easily obtainable, and most flights require only a short investment in time. Upon arrival at the Nassau Intl. Airport, also known as Lynden Pindling International Airport, you can use a bus system, taxi, or rental car to reach your next destination. You can also exchange money at the airport for Bahamian dollars, though you may not need to exchange much. Most major and minor shopping and dining establishments in Nassau accept American dollars. You will also need to remember to bring your passport. You cannot enter the Bahamas or return to the US without one.
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I have a service animal. I didn’t have the time to call in American Airlines neither I knew Rules had changed. I have the dog request on my Expedia account and found it to be sufficient. It wasn’t. I needed to fly back home with my 6lbs well behaved and used to flying service dog. My 13 yo daughter would be on her own if I didn’t make it back home. Everything was alright except for some required 48hr prior announcement of service animal. I had arrived in Miami in almost less than 48 hours and was already to leave back home. Went there only for a doctor’s consultation. I had medical letters for the service animal from two different sources. Had a third one already expired, just in case. All dog’s papers were ok (I have dog import papers that are good for one year, so no need to file for it.). It was said my service animal could travel then as a pet only for I didn’t call 48hrs in advance. I said ok. It happened I did not have a travel case for the animal (well, it was a service dog) so it could not board the plane. I began to get a little desperate. Tried to calm down and pleaded for check in lady to help. First supervisor was nothing but impolite, unhelpful and careless. He went away. I explained to the check in lady I took medication and needed to get back home. All other flights on that day were sold out on every carrier even from adjacent city, Ft. Lauderdale. No possibility of another flight anywhere. Check in lady attempted a few ananswered calls. She was on hold on the line for too many minutes all the time. We were getting out of time. I was beginning to panic quietly inside. Tried not to break down for I suffer from chronic anxiety and panic attack. I had a companion traveling with me for this purpose also. I had a letter from the doctor which cited my companion and the service dog where her recommendation for travel. I am a normal person in a general sense. But I tent to get very anxious more easily than a normal person would. I had almost been kidnapped in the past and had been under pointed pistols to head and chest. When a kid, I had been hostage along other people in a home being robbed by five gunned men who had their guns pointed at our backs. Had lived in a city where deft was high. Had been robbed on the streets and inside car more than once. And here I was, not being able to board with my legal tiny service dog (Not an emotional support. And even if it was..)because of a new rule from American Airlines which seems to null all the purpose of having a service animal. -If I have an emergency or a specific important situation that requires me to fly short notice, how am I suppose to board an American Airlines aircaraft with my service animal?? Only prayers will help. And that’s what I did. I prayed so fervously that this angel of an employee showed up and after some time I had my boarding ticket in hand. I read their names so I could appreciate them later in a letter. But I was so nervous I forgot their names. I hope one day all airlines will stop making our lives difficult when it comes to having an animal onboard. People need to begin to understand that companion animals are no longer wild beings as long ago believed to be. They are part of numerous households worldwide and they are as important to many as a family member should be. They have important roles in people’s lives even the ones that are not trained to perform any work or task. They are capable of helping and transforming people. This cannot be overseen any longer. Airlines need to adapt to this new era. Almost everybody has a type of pet in their homes. If a certain passenger doesn’t like animals, he should respect the ones who do. Otherwise it would be the same as someone who doesn’t like kids feeling the right to deny access onboard to people who has a child. I hope my comments can be of some value to this Review. Sorry for the long text. Maybe some of it can help. :)
Tendency to run late, but super friendly
Smooth flight. On time. Easy transition
Only thing wasn't good was the delay
Departure and arrival were on time.
I wish the airplane was cleaner
The only downside is baggage fees.
Hate bag fees, but you already know that.