Private Flights from Toronto to the Bahamas

When the snow is piling up outside in Toronto, do you dream of sitting by a beautiful, white beach with a frosty cocktail in your hand? The Bahamas offers the stuff of dreams: Crystal clear waters, beautiful reefs, high-end resorts, and a bustling night life. Whether you are planning a honeymoon or just want to get away from the stress of everyday life, the Bahamas offer some excellent vacation options.

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Why not make your vacation even more memorable by getting there on a private jet? You can start decompressing as soon as you climb on board, settling into a plush lounge chair and listening to soothing music as you are transported in your own private jet.

Numerous Flight Options

The Bahamas include several islands, and most people who visit plan to stay on just one island - like many do when visiting Hawaii. Altogether, The Bahamas have 29 islands and 661 cays.

There are more than 60 airports throughout the islands, including small, private airports and large, international airports. Only 18 of those airports has service scheduled for commercial airlines, so taking a charter jet gives you many more options for reaching smaller islands directly.

Some of the most popular larger airports in The Bahamas include The Grand Bahamas International Airport (airport code FPO), Treasure Cay Airport (airport code TCB), and Rock Sound International Airport (airport code RSD).

Getting from YYZ in Toronto to FPO, for example, takes about five-and-a-half hours. Flights can vary depending on the exact airport you choose.

Travel Tips to the Bahamas

The biggest problem you might have when planning your trip to The Bahamas is deciding where you want to go. There are so many beautiful places to visit that you might have to plan multiple trips to see it all.

Most people go to Nassau for their first trip, so if you want to avoid the crowds, you should choose a less popular island. Plan to stay on the island since jumping between islands can get pricey.

Go in the summer months to save the most money. It may be warmer, but you won't have to contend with the crowds, and you'll get better deals.