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Bahamas Civil Aviation Authority announced that pilots can fly under the new FAA medical certification known as BasicMed

One of the restriction to BasicMed is international flying. Bahamas open the door:

Responding to a request from AOPA President Mark Baker, the Bahamas Civil Aviation Authority announced that pilots can fly under the new FAA medical certification known as BasicMed.

Just 56 nautical miles off the coast of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the Bahamas remains one of the most popular international destinations for pilots—representing more than 30 percent of all international general aviation flights per year. It is the No. 1 Caribbean destination for GA traffic, producing $387 million per year. The Bahamas already permits sport pilots, and the acceptance of BasicMed will allow thousands more aviators the opportunity to venture to the balmy getaway.

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https://www.aopa.org/news-and-media/all-news/2017/may/18/bahamas-welcome...