Fully redesigned in 2018, these comprehensive guide books are updated annually and are packed with everything you need to prepare for a trip to the Bahamas and Caribbean islands, including maps with airport data and the layout of each island, Customs & Immigration information, and much more. Plus, you get info on the local culture, customs, the best way to get around while you’re there, what the food is like, and tips and suggestions from other pilots for where to stay and fun things to do. The Bahamas and the Caribbean have been the pilot’s playground since aircraft were able to make cross country flights. If the turquoise waters and white, sandy beaches are calling your name, don’t begin your pre-flight without the AOPA Pilot Guides.
To the average tourist, The Bahamas means Paradise Island and other mega resorts. For the pilot, it means exploring more than 600 islands and cays that begin just 56nm off the coast of Ft. Lauderdale. Some are full of music and nightlife, Bahamians and other tourists, others are the ultimate ‘get away from it all’ destination and so many others are in between. But, do you know what islands have private airports? Which runways are gravel? How to fill out Customs & Immigration paperwork or how to contact them for your arrival? You will with The Bahamas Pilot’s Guide book.