Nassau Airport Guide to Lynden Pindling Nassau International Airport (NAS)

Nassau Airport Terminals

On 2011, Nassau Airport reached its capacity and its facilities were totally outdated. From then, the airport has gone into major redevelopment works which consisted into the design and construction of two new terminals (U.S. Departures Terminal and a domestic arrivals / departures terminal / international departures terminal) and the completely renovation of the current U.S. terminal. 

Nowadays, Nassau Airport is one of the best airports of the Caribbean in terms of facilities and services. 

Nassau Airport has three passenger terminals: The Domestic / International Departures and the Domestic Arrivals (Terminal A), the U.S. and International Arrivals (Terminal B) and the U.S. Departures Terminal (Terminal C).

Transfer between terminals

You can transfer between terminals within a 5-minute short walk since they are all connected to each other by the central hub. U.S. terminals are connected at their secure area.

Terminal A

Nassau Airport Terminal A hosts Domestic and International Departures and Domestic Arrivals. It is a two level terminal and the newest of all three. On the Ground level you can find both international and domestic baggage claim area and on the upper floor the Departures level.

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Terminal B

Terminal B is home of the U.S. Arrivals and the International Arrivals. It is a single level building since it is the Arrivals hall, featuring Immigration and Customs in the core and access to the upper level to find both international and U.S. gates.

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Terminal C

Terminal C hosts the U.S. Departures into a single level building with plenty of amenities and access to boarding gates after clearing U.S Customs check.

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