Bahamasair, working to leverage steady demand for tourism in its home region, has taken delivery of its ninth aircraft and is eyeing additional partnerships with airlines, the airline’s top executive said. “We’re seeing robust growth in tourism," CEO Tracy Cooper told delegates at the recent Aviation Week Routes Americas conference. “We’re just trying to keep up with the growth.” The latest addition is the airline's fourth, and newest, Boeing ...

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