Exclusive charter airline expands flights to Great Harbour Cay, Berry Islands
NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Bahamians like to travel to South Florida in December. Persons are planning to travel so as to shop, while others are gearing up for Art Basel in Miami Beach, which starts this week. With holiday plans underway, one airline is reminding the general public that it offers a secure, hassle-free technique to travel in a pandemic.
Tropic Ocean Airways operates semi-private, shared charters 4 times weekly out of Nassau (Odyssey Aviation) with service to Fort Lauderdale (Sheltair private terminal at Fort Lauderdale International).
We’re so thankful to have had the support of the island since 2015, after we first launched scheduled flights, and stay up for working with the community so as to add additional lift.
– Tropic Ocean Airways CEO Rob Ceravolo
Travelers can skip the long lines for security, customs and immigration, take a flight that seats as much as nine passengers, and arrive at their destination in only an hour and 10 minutes.
Base fares start at $350 per person each way.
For group trips or frequent flyers, Tropic Ocean has introduced the “Nassau Multi-pass”, which allows travelers to buy bulk airline seats and save. Purchase 10 segments and get one free for travel to and from Nassau, with all taxes and charges included, at a value of $3,565.
Because the inaugural Nassau/ Fort Lauderdale flight in August this yr, Bahamians have been having fun with the simple, convenient, yet exclusive experience of flying with Tropic Ocean Airways. Their Cessna planes have an ARGUS Gold safety rating and are operated by a two-pilot standard. Each passenger has as much as 50 kilos of baggage allowance, and flights are also dog-friendly.
Flights are every Thursday, Friday, Sunday and Monday.
Since launching the Nassau route, Tropic Ocean celebrated the launch of air travel to a different Bahamian destination — Great Harbour Cay within the Berry Islands. Flights were operating on Thursdays and Sundays, and Tropic Ocean just added additional Sunday flights.
Great Harbour Cay has long been a beloved destination for second and third homeowners, lots of whom even have residences in South Florida. These flights will offer turnkey solutions to travelers who’re in search of swift and expedited boarding and arrival experiences.
Tropic Ocean Airways isn’t any stranger to The Bahamas.
The corporate’s CEO Rob Ceravolo said: “We’re so thankful to have had the support of the island since 2015, after we first launched scheduled flights, and stay up for working with the community so as to add additional lift.”
The airline also offers a seaplane service to Bimini.
To benefit from the Nassau Multi-pass, go to https://flytropic.com, click on Book a Seat on a Shared Charter then Sign In/Sign Up then Purchase Voucher then Nassau Multi-Pass (https://flytropic.tflite.com/Public/TOA/Voucher/Buy).