Dubai's Emirates signs MoU to promote tourism to The Bahamas
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Dubai’s Emirates signs MoU to promote tourism to The Bahamas

Dubai’s Emirates signs MoU to promote tourism to The Bahamas

The carrier will develop initiatives to promote the island nation as a tourism spot

Dubai carrier Emirates has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Public Service of The Bahamas to explore joint initiatives to promote tourism to the island nation.

Spread across 16 islands and hosting more than 100,000 sq. miles of the world’s clearest ocean, The Bahamas is a sought-after tourism destinations in the Caribbean.

Through the MoU, Emirates will develop initiatives to promote The Bahamas as a tourism destination to customers across its global network, including developing increased connectivity to Nassau Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS) from American gateways through its codeshare and interline partners.

The carrier will also provide travel packages including hotels and flights to customers and travel retail partners across its markets via Emirates Holidays.

Currently Emirates customers can connect to Nassau airport on codeshare flights with JetBlue from four major US airports including Boston (BOS), Newark (EWR), New York (JFK) and Orlando (MCO).

Customers can also opt to fly through Toronto on interline flights with Air Canada to Nassau and George Town.

Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Emirates group chairman and chief executive, said: “Across the world, Emirates plays a key role in boosting tourism to various destinations by providing travellers with reliable, convenient and comfortable flight options for travel. We are delighted to work with The Bahamas to strengthen transport links and to support the country to welcome tourists from around the world.”

“We are happy to be working together with Emirates to promote The Bahamas as a destination of choice for travellers from across the world. We are grateful to the support offered by Emirates and we look forward to welcoming tourists from the UAE and other global markets to The Bahamas,” added The Hon Frederick A Mitchell MP, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Public Service, The Bahamas.

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