Grand Bahama Island sunset with Palm Trees

Posted by: admin | April 29th, 2021

NASSAU, Bahamas – April 29, 2021 --- The Government of The Bahamas, by way of the Airport Authority Ltd., concludes the purchase of the Grand Bahama International Airport today, April 29, 2021. This acquisition brings to a total of 30 the number of airports in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas owned by the Airport Authority.

The Grand Bahama International Airport comprises 2,500 acres, inclusive of an 11,000-foot runway. The employees of the Grand Bahama International Airport, including the management team, will transition to the subsidiary that will now be wholly owned by the Airport Authority Ltd. The Government of The Bahamas plans to redevelop the Grand Bahama Airport, and through the Department of Aviation, will issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) within the next 90 days in order to finalize a Public Private Partnership to develop and

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Posted by: admin | April 23rd, 2021

April 21, 2021Viva Wyndham Resorts, a collection of all-inclusive resorts located in the Caribbean, including the Bahamas, Dominican Republic, and Mexico, today announced the reopening of the all-inclusive Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach resort, located in Freeport, Grand Bahama. After implementing new health and safety protocols and working with Bahamian government to adopt their new Bahamas Travel Health Visa, the resort is ready to open its doors to guests once again and provide the same exceptional amenities and services it is known for. With steep discount promotions to celebrate the reopening, Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach remains the best value vacation in the Bahamas.

With 26 acres of secluded beachfront property, social distancing at Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach is a breeze. It’s the perfect place to stretch out and relax while

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Posted by: admin | April 21st, 2021



April 21, 2021 -- Prime Minister of the Bahamas, Dr. Hubert Minnis announced in parliament today, the ease of travel restrictions for fully vaccinated travelers.

"Effective 1st May, those travelling to The Bahamas from outside of the country will be exempted from a COVID-19 test if they are fully vaccinated and have passed the two-week immunity period. Proof of full vaccination will be required. The Prime Minister further stated, “To be clear if an individual is not fully vaccinated that individual will still be required to provide a negative COVID-19 test where testing requirements are in place.”

Prime Minister Minnis also stated, “Travelers within The Bahamas who have been fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus will be exempted from COVID-19

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