Nassau Airport Reviews


Nassau Airport Reviews

Nassau Airport also known as Lynden Pindling International Airport (IATA: NAS, ICAO: MYNN) was formerly known as Nassau International Airport, and is the largest airport in the Bahamas, and the largest international gateway into the country.

Nassau Airport is a major hub for Bahamasair and is located in western New Providence island near to the capital city of Nassau. The airport contains U.S. Border preclearance facilities allowing all US flights to operate as domestic flights upon arrival at their destination.

The name of the Nassau Airport was officially changed on July 6, 2006 in honor of The Right Honourable Sir Lynden Oscar Pindling (22 March 1930 – 25 August 2000), first Prime Minister of The Commonwealth of the Bahamas. Sir Lynden is recognised as the Father of the Nation, having led the Bahamas to Majority Rule in 1967 as well as Independence from the United Kingdom in 1973.

The Nassau Airport handled 3.2 million passengers in 2008; once the expansion is complete, roughly 5.2 million passengers are expected by 2020, according to NAD. Nassau Airport Development Company.


ATMs / Cash Machines – Locations: B$ ATM (Domestic, International and US Terminals) and US$ ATM (US Terminal, Departures Level).
Car Rentals – Avis • Alamo • Budget • Dollar • Hertz • National • Thrifty
Currency Exchange – The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) offers foreign currency services. Location: International Terminal
Food / Restaurants – The US Departures Area has a few food concessions to choose from: Bahama Dutch Oven • Bootleggers Bar • Dunkin’ Donuts • Heineken Lounge and Duty Free • Kafe Kalik • Quiznos • Wendy’s.
Information Desk – info not available
Luggage Storage / Lockers – info not available
Showers – info not available
Internet – Free WiFi is available at the Nassau Airport for 30 minutes.

Airport opening hours:
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Nassau Airport Official Website

Nassau Airport / Lynden Pindling International Airport Map

Nassau Airport Weather Forecast

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