Pineapple Air is a small regional airline in the Bahamas. The airline was founded in 1999 and commenced operations in 2000, using a 15-seat Beechcraft C99 aircraft. Since then, the airline has expanded its fleet, adding larger Beechcraft 1900, Embraer 110 Bandeirante, and Short 360-300 aircraft.
Pineapple Air is based at Lynden Pindling international airport in Nassau. It operates scheduled passenger services, flying domestically to destinations within the Bahamas. Destinations include: North Eleuthera, Governor's Harbour, and Rock Sound.
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Pineapple Air has a different baggage policy for carry-on and checked baggage policy.
Each passenger can carry one person item (such as a small brief case, purse, or small back pack) onto the plane. This personal item must be able to be stowed under the seat in front, and not exceed the following dimensions: 10"H x 10"L x 10"W.
Each passenger are allowed one checked bag. Checked bags must not exceed 40 pounds, or exceed 62" (157.48 cm) in dimensions, otherwise an excess baggage fee will be applied.
Pineapple Air only has one seating class available: Standard (Economy).
There is only one class of seating onboard the flights: Standard Economy.
Facilities onboard the small planes are limited, and passengers are encouraged to make use of the facilities available at the airport terminals before departing.
The cabins are clean and comfortable, with storage under the seat in front for passengers to stow their carry-on item.
If you're flying with Pineapple Air, you can only check-in at the airport.
Online check-in is not currently available for this airline. Passengers will need to arrive at the airport to complete check-in.
Check-in for all flights must be completed at the airport. Check-in begins two hours prior to scheduled departure time and closes forty-five minutes before the flight is scheduled to depart.
Pineapple Air's Frequent Flyer Program is called High Flyers.
The airline has developed a frequent flyer program to reward passengers who regularly fly with the airline. It's free to join, and passengers can accumulate and then redeem points every time they fly with Pineapple Air. Top Tip: Take a look at our guide to frequent flyer programs to learn how to ensure you collect your frequent flyer miles when your book your flights.
Pineapple Air is happy to provide special services for those with disabilities or requiring additional assistance. Although the airline will strive to meet your needs, due to the configuration and limitations of the aircraft, there may be restrictions. Passengers are advised to contact our customer service team before booking to avoid disappointment.
Flying with pets permitted. Pets are allowed to travel onboard flights in the cabin of the aircraft, subject to the airline's terms and conditions. The maximum dimensions for carry-on kennels are 17.5 inches long x 12 inches wide x 7.5 inches high. In all instances, an additional fee will apply. The airline will need to be informed before the departure date to ensure the pet can be accommodated.
The airline operates scheduled passenger services within the Bahamas, to destinations including North Eleuthera, Governor's Harbour, and Rock Sound. As well as the following scheduled destinations, Pineapple Air also operates private charter flights.
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Lynden Pindling International Airport (IATA: NAS), otherwise known as Nassau International Airport, is the largest airport in the Bahamas and primary international gateway into the country. As well as Pineapple Air, Western Air and Bahamasair are also based at the airport. The airport serves the capital city of Nassau, as well as the wider New Providence area, as well as providing onward regional connections across the Bahamas.
The airline's fleet consists of Embraer 110 and Beechcraft 1900 aircrafts. These are popular twin-engine turbo-prop aircraft, designed to fly in all weather conditions, used widely for short-haul passenger flights.