Joan Armaly and Gun Vidal
Sylvia King and Helene Falk Brownson
International Air Bahama was an independent passenger flight
founded in June 1968.
Founders, joint owners and management
The major receiving the OBE, the order of the British Empire.
Sir Lynden PindlingThe airline was formed under influence of the Promotion Board of Tourism in the Bahamas, by Sir Lynden Pindling. The managing director was Mr. Alexander Maillis, Nassau, Bahamas.
Scheduled flightsScheduled passenger flights were operated between Nassau, New Providence in the Bahamas and Findel International Airport, Luxembourg, Luxembourg Grand Duchy.
Chief pilotUS Air Force Flight Commander Everett Terry.
Chief stewardessChief Stewardess 1968 - 1969 was Nettie Miller, followed 1969 - 1971 by Muriel LaBine, both formerly with Overseas National Airways, New York.
Station manager at Nassau International Airport was Mr. Nick Mennon of London, UK, to be followed by Mr. Gunnar Sigurdsson, Reykjavik, Iceland, as Hekla Holdings took over International Air Bahama.
International crewThe crew was recruited internationally from the Bahamas, the United States of America, Luxembourg Grand Duchy, the Netherlands, Sweden, United Kingdom, Ireland and Iceland.
Airline sold to LoftleidirInternational Air Bahama was sold to Hekla Holdings of Loftleidir Icelandic Airlines in 1969, who continued the operations until 1982.