Nassau International Airport (NAS) Guide
Directions & Transportation
- There are metered taxis found outstide the airport, some tours and vacation packages will include a taxi voucher.
- There are no city busses serve the airport, only the airport busses and private busses are available outside the airport.
- There are many options available to travelers arriving and leaving the airport: car; bus; and taxi services.
- Airport Info:
- There is an information dest in the arrivals section of both Terminals A and B.
- Terminal A has a full-service branch of the Royal Bank of Canada. Both terminals have a few ATM's.
- More Services:
- There is a post office in Terminal A and pay phones are found throughout both Terminals.
- Eating & Drinking:
- There are a number of stores found in both Terminals, including: a music shop; souvenir shops; a newsstand; and a duty free liquor store.
- Eating choices at the airport basically consist of cafeterias found in the departure areas of both terminals, they serve breakfast; lunch; and a variety of snacks. A few spots in the domestic terminal offer heated snacks: hotdogs; popcorn' and other grocery items. All three of the departure lounges have bars serving all kinds of popular local rum-based drinks, including Bahama Mamas and Bossa Novas.
- Business Facilities:
- There are no business facilities at the airport, but the bank offers copying and faxing services.
- Airlines Served:
- Bahamasair, American, US Airways, United, Delta airlines
- Airport Taxes:
- Activities near the Airport:
- Travelers delayed at the airport can take a taxi or bus into Nassau, once there any of the folllowing acttractions can easily be reached. Crystal Cay Marine Park Chippingham Road This a 16-acre hands-on experience of local marine life, with an underwater observatory; shark exhibits; and 100ft observation tower, where you can see breathtaking views of Nassau. This is a great place to take a break from traveling. Royal Victoria Garden Shirley Street This beautiful garden is where you can wander among three hundred species of tropical plants on the former grounds of the Royal Victoria hotel, now left in ruins. Come and take a break while admiring the scenerty.