Charter flights to The Bahamas

Golden Wings Charter provides clean and comfortable executive charters with a fleet of first-rate aircraft. Conveniently located in Nassau, Bahamas.
Call us to get to your vacation rental, or explore Bahamian Real Estate from the air.

Far flung destinations have never felt closer.

Real Estate Tours

Unlock hidden gems and find your dream home with expert-guided tours.

Vacation Rentals

Indulge in comfort, convenience, and memorable experiences for your perfect getaway.

Your #1 Bahamas air charter

Escape to a tropical island with Golden Wings Charter’s executive air charter services

Discover The Bahamas with
Golden Wings Charter!


Day Adventure Packages

Golden Wings Charter offers day trips to the adventure-filled Exuma Cays, which is a favorite destination of many of our guests. You can try Abaco, Eleuthera, or any other island in the Bahamas.

Real Estate Tours

Schedule your personalized tour and take the first exciting step towards finding your new abode.
Discover the perfect blend of comfort and luxury with our exceptional real estate tour services.

What People Say About Us


“They are prompt, clean aircraft, and wonderful staff. Arrived and Departed exactly on time. The BEST!”


“Incredible Bahamas charter flight experience! Smooth ride, friendly crew, and breathtaking island views. Highly recommend!”


“Top-notch charter service! Punctual, luxurious, and hassle-free travel to the Bahamas. An unforgettable adventure every time!”


The cost of chartering a private jet to The Bahamas can vary widely depending on several factors. These include the type of aircraft, the distance traveled, the duration of the trip and additional services. To have a more precise price, contact us!
The frequency of flights between islands in The Bahamas can vary significantly depending on the specific routes, and islands. Some of the more popular and heavily traveled routes, such as between Nassau (New Providence) and other major islands, may have multiple daily flights. However, less-traveled routes to smaller, more remote islands may have fewer flights, and some may only operate on certain days of the week.