For the second time, Nassau Paradise Island will host leading aviation event in the beauty of The Bahamas
NASSAU, BAHAMA – Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board announced that for the second time, the destination will host the 2025 Routes Americas conference, taking place February 10-13 2025. The annual event will bring together senior industry professionals from airlines, airports and destinations, providing a platform for networking, meetings, event programming and the opportunity to receive exclusive industry insight.
“We are thrilled to be hosting Routes in 2025, bringing some of the top travel industry professionals to the shores of Nassau Paradise Island,” said Joy Jibrilu, CEO of Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board. “We look forward to bringing together these professionals for a few days of unmissable networking opportunities, mutually beneficial meetings and event programming to help us all learn how we can unite regions through air service development. We look forward to giving attendees a taste of The Bahamas while they are here!”
As a top destination with a growing number of direct flights from The U.S., Canada and the UK, Nassau Paradise Island will serve as an ideal location for the 18th edition of Routes Americas. Nassau is home to Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) – the first airport outside of the U.S. to offer TSA PreCheck and one of the few select airports offering U.S. Customs and Immigration Preclearance, along with U.S. Global Entry expedited clearance. It is also one of the few Caribbean destinations to offer nonstop service from New York with flights from all three destination airports and recently announced its first direct flight from LAX.
Vernice Walkine, President & CEO at Nassau Airport Development Company said, “As an airport serving a premier destination, we are thrilled to have been selected to host the Routes Americas forum for a second time. Back in 2012, we welcomed top airlines and airports in the midst of a major infrastructural upgrade at Lynden Pindling International Airport.”
Walkine continued: “Together with our partners at the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, Investments and Aviation and the Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board, we look forward to putting on another fantastic forum in paradise where delegates will experience our rich culture and see how significant investments in the country continue to make Nassau/Paradise Island a top-ranking destination in the region. Airline executives will see the fully redeveloped LPIA and be informed regarding the airport’s growth and expansion plans. It is truly an exciting time for the airport and the destination, and we are so pleased to have been chosen once again to host this extraordinary forum.”
Known for its beautiful white sandy beaches, turquoise water and warm hospitality, Nassau Paradise Island brings in visitors of all kinds from leisure travelers to meeting and event groups. The island features options for a range of travelers including beachfront boutique properties and family-friendly resorts with an abundance of meeting and convention space that makes it the perfect spot for an event such as this. The Routes conference will take place at Atlantis Paradise Island – one of the most renowned and expansive resorts in the destination with endless options for dining and activities and ample meeting space.
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