British Airways re-started its flying programme to Nassau, Bahamas on 31st May with a weekly service from London Heathrow. This has risen to twice weekly and will increase again to three times per week from 12th July. Flights will depart Heathrow at 12.15 on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, landing into Nassau at 16.35 local time on the same day. Return flights depart Nassau at 18.05 local time and land back at Heathrow at 07.30 the following morning. The Bahamas allows double-vaccinated visitors to enter the country without having to take a PCR test or quarantine but all passengers must have completed the Travel Health Visa application form. For details of all entry protocols click here. And whilst The Bahamas remains on the UK government's amber list of countries, a 10-day self-isolation and two negative PCR tests will be a requirement when you return home.