Bahamasair to go cashless at all Florida stations as of July 1

Fee for second checked piece of luggage to also increase from $35 to $45.

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The national flag carrier, Bahamasair, will be making a number of policy changes which will take effect on Monday, July 1, 2019.

In a statement released Wednesday, company officials announced that all Florida stations, including Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and Orlando will be going cashless.

These locations, according to officials, provide self-check-in and will accept and process all debit and credit card transactions.

“These locations also have cash to credit/debit card vending machines available should they be required,” Bahamasair said.

“Under no circumstances will Bahamasair conduct or process any cash-based transactions at any of these US locations.

“We wish to thank the travelling public for their continued support as we strive to be the airline of choice connecting the islands of the Bahamas to the world.”

Bahamasair is also expected to increase the charge for the second checked piece of luggage from $35 to $45.