Dubai’s airline, Emirates, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Bahamas Ministry of Foreign Affairs and is seeking a joint initiative to promote tourism to the island nation.
Spreading over 16 islands and hosting over 100,000 square miles of the world’s clearest waters, the Bahamas is a popular tourist destination in the Caribbean.
Emirates is an initiative to promote the Bahamas as a tourist destination across its global network, including increasing connectivity from US gateways to the Nassau Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS) through MoU, codeshare and interline partners. To develop.
— Emirates (@emirates) January 21, 2022
Through Emirates Holidays, airlines also offer travel packages, including hotels and flights, to customers and travel retail partners across the market.
Currently, Emirates customers can connect to Nasso Airport on JetBlue Airlines codeshare flights from four major US airports, including Boston (BOS), Newark (EWR), New York (JFK) and Orlando (MCO). ..
Customers can also fly via Toronto on interline flights from Air Canada to Nassau and Georgetown.
Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Almaktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Emirates Group, said: We are pleased to work with the Bahamas to strengthen transportation links and help the country to welcome tourists from all over the world. “
“We are pleased to work with Emirates to promote the Bahamas as a destination of choice for travelers from all over the world. We thank Emirates for their support and from the UAE and other global markets to the Bahamas. We look forward to welcoming tourists, “added Hon Frederick A Mitchell MP, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Public Services of the Bahamas.
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