The Commonwealth of The Bahamas consists of 29 islands. The main airline servicing the region is the government-owned and funded airline Bahamasair, however, the largest airline by fleet operating intra-island services is Western Air. The Bahamas has two international airports: the main is Grand Bahama International Airport and the second Lynden Pindling International Airport.
According to the ICAO, "considerable progress has been made within the legislation of civil aviation in the Bahamas" to improve standards and safety. The Department of Civil Aviation in conjunction with Bahamas Air Traffic Controllers provides safety and navigation services.
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