Showing posts with label Bahamasair. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Bahamasair. Show all posts

10 March, 2023

Bahamasair opts for Seabury Solutions Alkym to Control Aircraft Maintenance

Seabury Solutions, a market leader in providing Information Technology solutions for the aviation industry, announced today the recent addition of Bahamas national airline, Bahamasair, to its growing base of Alkym customers.

Bijoy Mechery, Seabury Solutions CEO & President commented: "At Seabury Solutions, we are committed to delivering the best solutions for our customers, and we understand the challenges they face when transitioning away from legacy systems. Our team's extensive industry expertise and flexible approach allow us to efficiently execute database conversions and meet our customer's specific needs and timelines. We look forward to working with Bahamas Air and helping them achieve their business goals."

“We are thrilled to welcome the most recent addition to our expanding customer network in North America. The time dedicated to truly understanding a client’s requirements and continuous development in state-of-the-art software has been at the forefront of why so many of our customers have selected our MRO/M&E system,” commented Seabury Solutions VP, Head of Sales & Marketing, Carlos Bianchi.

30 September, 2018

As summer ends, the sun still shines in The Bahamas......

  As summer comes to an end, The Bahamas continues to experience solid growth across tourism sectors. Airlines, hotels and tour operators are consistently contributing to the national momentum through many exciting travel deals, expansion of nonstop flights and development of unique on-island experiences. 

Perhaps, with smaller crowds and amazing discounts, now is the perfect time to book a getaway and take advantage of all of the exciting offerings in The Bahamas...

Read on for more on The Bahamas....

08 May, 2018

Bahamasair launches Miami-Bimini route

On 3rd May, officials from the Miami-Dade Aviation Department and Bahamasair celebrated the airline's launch of four weekly flights between Miami and Bimini with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and gate reception at Miami International Airport for the route's first passengers. The inaugural departure flight to Bimini was sent off to the rhythm of a Junkanoo band and received a water cannon salute from Miami-Dade Fire Rescue.

Bahamasair currently flies to Nassau from Miami daily. The new route, served by ATR-42 aircraft that seats 50 passengers, will be MIA's only service to Bimini and its seventh destination in the Bahamas. More than half a million passengers travel between MIA and the Bahamas annually.
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