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Cheap Flights to Nassau from $62 One Way, $222 Round Trip

Prices starting at $222 for return flights and $62 for one-way flights to Nassau were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Nassau Flight Data

Destination Airport IATA Code
Destination CityNassau
Number of Airlines Serving
Flight Price$62
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Flights Review

Feb 13, 2020

Good

Feb 7, 2020

The online checkin was not working because the airline was mandated to ask whether I'd traveled to China. But this was not revealed online, just that I could not check in and needed a Visa. The JetBlue operator didn't know either and told me to call my consulate. It would be good if we got a text saying online checkin not available, or if the phone staff knew why the online checkin was not working.

Jan 28, 2020

Great staff! They moved my daughter and I to the same row with no issue. Most airlines give you a hard time and try to charge but JetBlue was understanding and flexible! Also, great snacks and complimentary beverages!

Jan 24, 2020

Husband purchased WiFi and hardly worked. The “free” entertainment didn’t work. Staff was nice though.

Dec 20, 2019

I thought the pilot shaking the hands of the passengers was the coolest experience on commercial air I have had to this day.

Dec 18, 2019

First time flight was on time.good job

Dec 7, 2019

Tv’s on the planes!

Nov 29, 2019

Yay!

Oct 11, 2019

The best airline

Sep 29, 2019

Excellent

Sep 25, 2019

Short flight, hardly had time to sit down, very helpful staff, considering running extremely late, thank you so much for accommodating me

Aug 28, 2019

They gave out the custom forms too late on the flight with no pens. Bring a pen!


Deals On This Weekend's Flights

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
MIA Nassau Sep 26 - Oct 9 $222
BOS Nassau Sep 25 - Oct 8 $314
FLL Nassau Sep 27 - Oct 11 $350
EWR Nassau Sep 26 - Oct 10 $381
JFK Nassau Sep 26 - Oct 3 $385
YYZ Nassau Sep 25 - Oct 11 $421
*Prices include taxes and fees

When to Book Flights to Nassau?

Due to the warm Gulf Stream currents, the Bahamas enjoys a year-round semi-tropical climate and its capital city, Nassau, is no exception. If you are searching for flights to Nassau then it is worth noting that hurricane season lasts from July to October. The best time to go weather-wise is from November to mid-April (although bear in mind that the beaches can be very busy then). Temperatures in Nassau range from 82F in July (which is also the wettest month) to 70F in January. Depending on your departure point and when you are flying, you can find cheap flights to Nassau, Bahamas from around $358 for a round trip.

Nassau has a number of colorful annual festivals and events, particularly in July. These including Randol Fawkes Labor Day Holiday, which features a large parade. Junkanoo Summer Festival runs from July to August and includes parades, food, music and costumes. The Bahamas Independence Day Holiday is also in July. So you may want to search for Nassau flights that coincide with one of these events.


How to Find the Best Flight Deals to Nassau?

To find cheap Nassau flights to Nassau on Orbitz, first input your departure point and destination in the search bar. Next, select whether your dates are fixed or flexible (you are more likely to find the best deals if you select ‘flexible’). You can also select preferences such as seating class, refundable flights and direct/indirect journeys etc. (although bear in mind that some U.S. departure points will not have direct flight options). Remember that when booking your flight, if you join Orbitz Rewards you can collect points that can be redeemed on hotels for future trips. Overall, the more flexible you are about your trip preferences, the more likely you are to find cheap Nassau flights.


US Departures to Nassau

Both direct and indirect flights to Nassau, Bahamas depart from across the U.S. Here are the shortest flight times from the following major cities:


Main Airports in Nassau

Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA)

The major airport for Nassau and the Bahamas is Lynden Pindling International, just under 10 miles from the city center. It is located in the western end of New Providence island and there are a number of private transport options into Nassau. Major airlines that fly to the airport include American Airlines, Delta and United.


Which Airlines Fly to Nassau

As well as American Airlines, Delta and United, other airlines that fly to Lynden Pindling International Airport from the U.S. include:

  • JetBlue Airways
  • Air Canada
  • WestJet

How to Get to and Around Nassau

Nassau is the cheerful, vivid, bustling capital of the Bahamas. If you are planning on exploring it by foot, be sure to prepare for wet weather during the rainy season. The city’s public transport system mainly consists of taxis, jitneys (buses) and ferryboats. There are many jitneys available and they work via a system of flagging them down, then paying with exact change as you disembark. Ferries run to Paradise Island daily from 9am to 6pm. As boats don’t leave until they are filled up, departure times can vary. Bear in mind that taxicabs are not metered and instead, prices are agreed with the driver before departing. Driving is left-hand side in the Bahamas. U.S. visitors can use their home driving licenses for up to three months.

You can travel from the airport into Nassau via taxis, limos and vans. Most vans have major Nassau hotels as their drop-off points.


What Are the Must-Sees in Nassau?

While in Nassau, it’s well worth visiting Paradise Island, which includes the iconic Atlantis resort, home to both a casino and the Aquaventure water park. Paradise Island can be reached in under 10 minutes via cab from downtown Nassau or alternatively, you can take a ferryboat. Also worth seeing is the delightfully hectic Nassau Straw Market, where you can browse for souvenirs; the Fort Fincastle stone fort with its 18th century lighthouse, and the small but stunning Blue Lagoon Island. All of these attractions are short drives from the city center.

Lesser-known attractions include Primeval Forest National Park, an ancient, mainly untouched hardwood forest a forty-minute drive from Central Nassau, and the off-the-beaten-track Love Beach, around half an hour by car from the city and, with its forty-acre coral reef, a prime snorkeling destination. A short drive from the city center is Doongalik Studios art gallery on Village Road. Housed in a historic Bahamian home, it also holds a Saturday farmers’ market.


Tips and Tricks for Traveling in Nassau

Nassau is in the EDT time zone, the same as Washington D.C. Citizens of the U.S. do not need a visa for the first 90 days of their stay, but they must have a valid passport. U.S. currency is accepted on Paradise Island and elsewhere it is the Bahamian dollar. The main language in the Bahamas is English.


Nassau When to Go

Nassau is warm and muggy year round; temperatures from September through May average in the mid-70s. However, like elsewhere in the Caribbean, hurricane season runs its course from June through November. As a result, many hotels and resorts shutter their doors in late summer and early fall; this closing period usually lasts from the end of August through mid-October.

Thanksgiving kicks off the most popular travel time in the Bahamas, which begins with a Battle 4 Atlantis NCAA college pre-season basketball tournament, followed by Bahamas Speed Revival Week and the annual Bahamas International Film Festival. High season continues through Christmas and January and February, when travelers in the United States need to escape the cold winter months, and lasts through the end of spring break period in April.

The most celebrated occasion in the islands, Junkanoo falls the day after Christmas each year. Junkanoo is the national celebration of the Bahamas and is one colorful soiree that originated during the days of slavery and includes African dance, music, and costumes galore.

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