As the main international gateway to The Bahamas, Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) is the fourth busiest airport in the Caribbean. Named after Sir Lynden Pindling, the first Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, the airport sits just west of the City of Nassau and a short drive from some of the finest resorts and hotels in the world.
Services include scheduled and charter flights to the United States, Canada, Europe and Latin America. In 2019, LPIA served over 4 million passengers.
The Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD), a Bahamian company owned by The Government of The Bahamas and operated by Vantage Airport Group, currently manages and operates the airport under a 30-year lease.
No Ordinary Airport: Exceptional Service, Motivated People, Uniquely Bahamian.
Our Mission is to operate a safe, region-leading airport focused on offering quality customer experiences, while incorporating our local sense of place, embracing diverse commercial opportunities and investing in continued development in our team members.
About Nassau Airport Development Company
Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD), the company that manages and operates Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA), is a Bahamian company, owned by the Government of The Bahamas and managed by Vantage Airport Group, making LPIA part of Vantage’s worldwide network. NAD is responsible for the majority of LPIA’s infrastructure including parking lots, terminals, runways and taxiways, and all revenue generating and commercial development projects. As a private company, NAD receives no government guarantees or grants and is a self-sustaining commercial entity based on international best practices.
About Vantage Airport Group
Vantage Airport Group is a leading investor, developer and manager of airports around the world, and one of the first to be involved in the global trend of airport privatization, investment and management. Vantage is passionate about people, performance and place. The company was formed in 1994 by multi-award winning Vancouver International Airport (YVR) to take the management principles and best practices honed at YVR to airports around the world. Vantage’s approach of implementing best-in-class airport operations that consider local customs and culture results in airports that are financially stronger, more sustainable and better economic generators for the communities and businesses they serve.
Board of Directors:
Gary Sawyer, Chairman
Manita Wisdom, Deputy Chairman
Peter T. Carey, Director
Bishop Trent Davis, Director
Dwight Gibson, Director
H.E. Melanie Rolle-Hilton, Director
Jayson Moxey, Director
Glennette Farquharson-Reckley, Director
Sami Teittinen, Director – Vantage Airport Group
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