December 6, 2019, at 4:50 pm a Cessna C404 aircraft registration C6-SDA owned by Titan Air and operated by Randolph Holdings, landed on Runway 10 at the Lynden Pindling Int'l Airport without the benefit of its landing gears. The aircraft sustained damages, no injuries were reported. Weather conditions at the time were reported as Visual Meteorological Conditions.
On December 1, 2019, at approx. 9:38 am, a Beechcraft BE-99 aircraft registration C6-FER operated by Flamingo Air was involved in a runway excursion following a landing at the Black Point Airport in the Exumas. No injuries were sustained, the aircraft received heavy damages. Weather conditions at the time were reported as Visual Meteorological Conditions.
October 18, 2019, a DC3 aircraft registration N437GB declared an emergency due to left engine failure and crashed in the ocean a short time thereafter. The 2 pilots on board were rescued with minor injuries, by the Royal Bahamas Defence Force and taken to the RBDF base. The aircraft subsequently sank. Efforts underway to recover it. Weather conditions at the time were reported as Visual Meteorological Conditions.
October 14, 2019 - Investigations underway to determine why a C421 aircraft veered off the runway after landing around 11:00am on runway 21 at Normans Cay Airport, Exuma, Bahamas. The aircraft brakes failed, which help propel the aircraft through the perimeter fencing, down an embankment, and over a small cliff, and into the ocean. Weather at the time of the crash was visual meteorological conditions, 6 persons were on board, no injuries reported.
October 11, 2019 - Investigations continue into the accident involving Embraer E110 aircraft, registration C6-KMC, operated by Pineapple Air, a registered Bahamas Air Operator conducting scheduled operations. The aircraft landed on runway 14 at the Lynden Pindling Int'l Airport without the aid of its landing gears. The 11 occupants were taken to the terminal by first responders. No injuries were reported.
October 1, 2019 - Investigations underway to determine why a Piper Cherokee aircraft hit a sandpit at the threshold of the runway at Pitts Town Airport, Crooked Island, then making contact with the runway before veering off the runway again after landing, 6 persons were on board, no injuries reported.