Acklins and Crooked Island Airports now open

The Department of Civil Aviation advises that the airports in Spring Point, Acklins and Colonel Hill, Crooked Island have been inspected in the aftermath of Hurricane Joaquin and have now been re-opened for operations.

The Deadman’s Cay Long Island Airport is the only airport which remains closed at this time. 

The public is assured that the Department will advise on the re-opening of this airport, as soon as possible.

Here is the list of all open airports in The Bahamas

Abaco -- Marsh Harbour, Treasure Cay, Sandy Point, Moores Island 

Acklins -- Spring Point

Andros -- San Andros, Fresh Creek, Clarence A. Bain, Congo Town

Berry Islands -- Great Harbour Cay 

Bimini -- South Bimini  

Cat Island -- Arthur’s Town, New Bight 

Crooked Island --Colonel Hill

Eleuthera -- North Eleuthera, Governors Harbour, Rock Sound

Exuma -- Moss Town, Black Point, Farmers Cay

Grand Bahama

Inagua

Long Island -- Stella Maris 

Mayaguana

Nassau -- Lynden Pindling International Airport

Ragged Island -- Duncan Town

Rum Cay

San Salvador  

The Colonel Hill, Crooked Island Airport; the Deadman’s Cay, Long Island Airport and Spring Point Airport in Acklins are under water and remain closed.

The Department of Civil Aviation will update the public on airport re-openings as soon as the airports have been deemed safe for operations.

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