Here in Nassau they have at least 50+ plus daily flights to just the Florida market alone using Eagle.
Not quite fifty. 12 dailies to Miami (17 during high season), 6 to Ft. Lauderdale, 2 to Orlando, and 1 to Tampa, for a total of 21. Plus on Saturdays and Sundays, two dailies to Raleigh.
Don't forget Mexico City, San José and La Romana, which have all started since October.
Neither Mexico City nor San José are in the Caribbean. For that matter, neither is Cozumel nor Cancun nor Belize City nor Caracas. If one were to get even more technical, the Bahamas is also not in the Caribbean, even though they do consider themselves a "Caribbean nation".
Also, US Airways Express serves Marsh Harbour and North Eleuthera.
North Eleuthera service has been discontinued.
Additionally, Continental Connection carrier Cape Air provides service to Ponce PR, St. Croix USVI, and Tortola BVI.
Cape Air flies these flights, but independetly, not as Continental Connection. Continental does have thier codeshare on the flights if you are originating on another Continental flight (i.e. you can fly EWR
-PSE on CO
; you cannot call up CO
and book SJU
-PSE). It operates like USAirways codeshare with Winnair. You can call up USAirways and book PHL
, but you cannot call them and book SXM
This is unlike American Eagle, where you can book them on MIA
or just SJU
Though, for Continental Connection, Gulfstream International Airlines flies between MIA
and eight destinations in the Bahamas as Continental Connection: NAS
, FPO, TCB, MHH, GGT, GHB, TIB, and ELH.