Bahamasair COVID-19 safety policies

Check the protective measures Bahamasair have introduced at the airport and onboard flights during COVID-19 to maximise customer safety during the coronavirus pandemic. Find out what it is like travelling with Bahamasair during COVID-19 by reading their guidance and policies.

The information is taken from Bahamasair website which can be viewed HERE

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Bahamasair COVID-19 safety policies

Bahamasair COVID-19 policies

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At the Airport

Face mask

It is compulsory to wear a surgical mask or a face mask (covering your nose, mouth and chin) at all times. Passengers must carry spare surgical masks or face masks since they should be replaced if wet or visibly dirty.

Check-n

The airline also continues its extensive sanitization process at counters and gates, in our commitment to maintain a healthy and safe environment.

Hand luggage

No restrictions are placed on taking hand luggage however the airline recommends checking in larger items.

Boarding

No changes to the boarding procedure are in place although this may be done in smaller groups.
Lounges

Information

Bahamasair Lounges are currently closed to all passengers.
Onboard the flight

Face mask

It is compulsory to wear a surgical mask or a face mask (covering your nose, mouth and chin) at all times. Passengers must carry spare surgical masks or face masks since they should be replaced if wet or visibly dirty.

Service information

Passengers should remain seated where necessary and moving around the cabin or loitering in galley areas is advised against.
Appropriate hand sanitisation and mask disposal should be practised onboard and staff will advise appropriately.
For the well-being of passengers and crew, Bahamasair has suspended in-flight service as a health and safety measure.
Cleaning

In the cabin

Following safety protocols, the airline is continuing extensive deep cleaning on board all of our aircraft, with attention and detail being given to armrests, tray tables, overhead bins, sidewalls, lavatories and common surfaces.
Staff utilise full PPE onboard and will be conducting more regular checks and sanitisation of washrooms areas and aircraft touchpoints.
Arrivals

Information

The Bahamas Government announced new Travel Requirements on October 1, 2020, removing the need to quarantine as of November 1, 2020:
Before departure to The Bahamas, a COVID-19 RT-PCR (swab) test with a negative result taken no more than seven (7) days from the date of travel.
Once in possession of a negative result, all passengers will be required to apply for a Bahamas Health Visa by visiting travel.gov.bs , where the test result must be uploaded.
All passengers remaining in The Bahamas for longer than four (4) nights, five (5) days will be required to undergo a second Rapid COVID-19 antigen test.
All travellers traveling domestically within the Bahamas are required to complete an electronic Health Visa prior to departure at travel.gov.bs.

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