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About Grand Bahama International Airport (FPO)

Grand Bahama is the northernmost island of the Bahamas archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean. The island is popular with tourists, most of whom come via the Grand Bahama International Airport near Freeport. This Grand Bahama International Airport guide contains information on terminal facilities, public transport access and nearby accommodation options.


There is an information desk in the International Terminal.

Driving directions:

From the centre of Freeport, take E Settlers Way, then Coral Way, and follow the signs to the airport. Coming from the east, head along Grand Bahama Highway before turning off at the airport exit.

Transfer between terminals:

The international and domestic terminals are within walking distance of each other.

Airport Info


Grand Bahama International Airport is about 7km (4 miles) north of central Freeport on Grand Bahama Island.

No. of terminals:

+1 242 352 6020

Public Transport

Public transport road:

Taxi: Taxis are available outside the terminal building. You can also order a taxi from a reputable private transfer company before your arrival.

Shuttle: Some hotels and resorts provide shuttle services to and from Grand Bahama International Airport.

Public transport air:

Grand Bahama International Airport is linked to other islands in the Bahamas via Bahamasair (

Terminal facilities


ATMs are available in both terminals.


There is a restaurant and bar in the International Terminal.


There are several shops at Grand Bahama International Airport, including duty-free outlets and gift shops.


Queries about lost luggage should be directed to the relevant airline or to the airport information desk.

Airport facilities

Conference and business:

The airport lounge has an adequate business centre.

Communication Facilities:

Wi-Fi is available.

Disabled facilities:

Disabled facilities are available. Travellers who require special arrangements should contact the airline(s) before travelling.

Car parking:

There are parking spaces available in front of the terminals – these offer both short- and long-term rates.

Car rental:

Well-known international brands like Avis and Hertz are available.

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