Nassau L Pindling (NAS) Airport

Nassau L Pindling NAS Airport Overview

Nassau Lynden Pindling International Airport NAS (also referred to as 'LPIA') serves the Bahamas islands (a chain of 26 island) and its capital city Nassau.
LPIA Airport is located on New Providence island, 16 km west of the capital city of Nassau,and about 230 miles East of Key West, Florida. Coral Harbour Road is the access road to the Airport.

With two runways and an estimated 3 million passengers a year, Lynden Pindling International Airport is a major hub for Bahamasair and is served by a good number of major and charter airlines offering seasonal and year-round services.

As Pindling Airport has U.S. Border preclearance facilities - all U.S. flights operate as domestic flights upon arrival at the United States.


Lynden Pindling Airport now has three passenger terminals under one roof TA, TB & TC
(west to east):
   TA is for domestic arrivals & domestic /international departures Arriving passengers go to baggage claim, & continue to the service area with food & drink, shop, post office, bank, & ABM, and exit.  Departing passengers check in, go through security check, take escalator/elevator up gates B22, 27, 28 & 29.
   TB is for U.S. & international arrivals from gates B30 & B40 - with baggage claim and Customs and a Resort Reception Area thereafter. 
   TC is for US Departures - the entrance has a nursing station, shop, ABM , U.S. check-in facilities, U.S. Customs pre-clearance, Security check and elevator to gates C41-59.
(a) at its A side at west:

APCs (automated passport control kiosks) are now available to all passengers.

A branch of the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)  - tel. (242) 377-7179 - is availble in the International section. ATM cash machines are available in the US Departures Lounge ( for $US) and in the Arrivals/ International Departures Lounge (for $B).   For Lost or Found items call 242.377.1759 /fax 2138.

Parking at Lynden Pindling Airport is available across from the passenger terminal complex.  
To get from the Airport to your destination, you can either take a taxi or rent a car; a ferry takes you to nearby islands. A number of tour buses also operate out of the Airport.



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