October 3, 2022
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Bahamasair is aiming to increase its fleet’s seat capacity by 20 percent come summer 2024 through adding two new jets, with its top executive describing the carrier as a “safeguard” for airlift and tourism.
Bahamasair’s top executive yesterday revealed more than 1,800 passengers were impacted by Sunday’s flight attendant sickout as he voiced optimism that the airline’s reputation will not suffer long-term damage.
Hundreds of Bahamians and tourists yesterday had their travel plans thrown into chaos when Bahamasair was forced to cancel all afternoon flights due to an “unwarranted sickout” by 80 percent of rostered flight attendants.