Grand Bahama is the northernmost island in the chain that make up the Bahamas. It is also the closest island to the mainland of the USA, sitting some 55 miles offshore. As such, this picturesque island provides us an ideal staging point for our return to the eastern USA.
Grand Bahama International Airport (IATA: FPO, ICAO: MYGF) is an international airport in Freeport, Bahamas. It was privately owned until the government of the Bahamas purchased it in April 2021. The airport was a joint venture between Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH) and The Port Group (or the Grand Bahama Port Authority). The facility also includes 741 acres (300 ha) of land that adjoins it to the Freeport Harbour Company Limited as they operate as one entity, known as the Sea Air Business Centre (SABC). (source: Wikipedia)
Around The World – Leg 62
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