A day after the most powerful hurricane on record ever to hit the country finished mauling the islands of Abaco and Grand Bahama, Freeport's Grand Bahama International Airport lay in tatters Wednesday.
Entire planes and parts of aircraft lay scattered on the ground around the airport. All the buildings on the premises were severely damaged.
At least seven deaths have been reported in the Bahamas from Dorian, with the full scope of the disaster still unknown.
Dorian, meanwhile, pushed its way northward off the Florida shoreline with reduced but still-dangerous 105 mph (165 kph) winds on a projected course that could sideswipe Georgia and the Carolinas.
An estimated 3 million people in the four states were warned to clear out, and highways leading inland were turned into one-way evacuation routes.