Bahamasair (UP, Nassau Int'l) resumed select international routes to the United States on July 1 and plans to resume services to destinations in the Caribbean over the coming weeks.

The airline said that in the initial phase of its international restart, it would operate from Nassau Int'l to Fort Lauderdale Int'l and Orlando Int'l, from Freeport to Fort Lauderdale, and from Marsh Harbour to West Palm Beach Int'l. Services are operated by a mix of ATR42-600s, ATR72-600s, B737-500s, and the carrier's sole B737-700.

Bahamasair plans to resume services from Nassau to destinations in Haiti (Port au Prince and Cap Haitien) and to Providenciales on July 22, and subsequently restart operations to Havana Int'l, Holguin, and Santa Clara de Cuba on August 1.

The airline added that as of July 1, its domestic network in the Bahamas has been operating at full schedule.

Passengers arriving in the Bahamas have to present a negative COVID-19 test taken within seven days prior to travel.