Also known as Congo Town International Airport, South Andros Airport is a public airport in The Bahamas. It is located near Congo Town in South Andros, which is part of the Andros Island in The Bahamas. The government-operated airport resides at an elevation of 15 ft (4.6 m) above mean sea level. It has a runway designated 10/28 that measures 5,325 ft × 98 ft (1,623 m × 30 m). The runway is paved with an asphalt surface. It is the only international airport serving the island of South Andros, operating charter and commercial flights between the island and Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Bahamas, and Nassau. Airlines that use Congo Town Airport are WesternAir, Flamingo Air, and Le Air.
Not much information regarding Congo Town International Airport is available online. Other options for reaching South Andros Airport are the following: by charter boat service from Nassau, and by large vessel from the marinas in Drigg's Hill or Kemp's Bay in Florida.
The district of South Andros is geographically the southernmost third of the land mass called Andros. The other districts are North Andros, Central Andros, and Mangrove Cay. These are divided by broad unspanned 'creeks'. There is a public ferry running between South Andros and the northern Mangrove Cay. Tourism in South Andros is limited, but includes a small upscale ecotourism lodge, a traditional hotel with 36 rooms, and small hotels. Many of the tourists that do come to South Andros do so for deep sea fishing, scuba diving, and water sports like canoeing, snorkelling, and sailing. There are almost no shops, except for basic hardware and grocery stores, but there are a few restaurants.
South Andros is most popular however for bonefishing, and is known to be the home of the finest bonefishing in the world. At the south of the island are sparkling white sand flats and many other sites where anglers can try their luck (and it will most definitely good) with fishing for bonefish, barracuda, sharks, and so much more.