It’s one of the top boating destinations in the Caribbean: the spectacular Abaco chain in The Bahamas, now back and better than ever since the storms of 2019.
And now Delta has kicked off one of its most important routes to the destination.
On June 6, Delta resumed its service from Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport to Marsh Harbour International Airport.
The relaunched service, which takes about two hours, is operating five times each week, providing significant connections for much of the US to the Bahamian hotspot.
The new flights are operating on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
It’s a significant boost for Abaco, which is in the midst of a post-pandemic and post-Dorian renaissance.
Indeed, destinations like Green Turtle Cay, Elbow Cay, Marsh Harbour and South Abaco are reopened and seeing strong demand.
That’s extended from hotels like the Bluff House and the Green Turtle Club to the Abaco Beach Resort and the ultra-luxe Abaco Club on Winding Bay.
And of course Elbow Cay’s signature, 160-year-old Elbow Reef Lighthouse is open again, a symbol of the archipelago’s resilience.
The latter is home to one of the top golf courses in all of the Caribbean, and a growing residential resort community.
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