New Direct Turks and Caicos Flights in 2019
With the weather changing from hot to cold, now is as good as time as any to spirit away to Turks and Caicos. Airlines have announced new nonstop service to the island. This means there are more opportunities to enjoy the island’s year-round warm weather thanks to new direct Turks and Caicos flights.
Southwest Airlines Once Again Expands Service to the Caribbean
Low-cost flight provider Southwest Airlines recently announced the launch of non-stop flights to Turks and Caicos in 2020. The airline is set to offer seasonal, nonstop Saturday service between Baltimore/Washington and Providenciales. Flights are set to launch on March 7th.Southwest Airlines previously launched non-stop flights between Fort Lauderdale and Provo back in November 2017. Fares for these flights start as low as $69 each way. Reservations are already available.
More Direct Flights to Turks and Caicos
Not in Baltimore or Fort Lauderdale? No problem! There are several other flight carriers that offer direct service to Providenciales. Delta Airlines offer direct flights to Provo from New York, Boston, and Atlanta.
Jet Blue also offers direct service from New York and Boston. American Airlines also offers seasonal direct flights to Provo from Chicago. Finally, US Airways offer direct flights to the island from Boston, Philadelphia, and Charlotte.
Breeze Through Providenciales International Airport
Flying into Providenciales is much easier due to the airport’s recent massive expansion. Completed back in 2014, the airport is nearly double in size. Visitors to the airport will be treated to expanded check-in areas, complimentary wi-fi, self-check in areas and additional bathrooms.
In addition, the expansion offers visitors a larger departure lounge, larger areas for shopping and dining and a Gilley’s Restaurant before the security checkpoint. Visitors can expect to pay under $50 for a taxi cab ride between the airport and Grace Bay beach.
Visitors renting a vehicle should be aware that driving occurs on the left side of the road in Turks and Caicos.
This expansion is in addition to the airport’s runway expansion completed in 2011. The expansion allows for larger aircrafts to park on the runway during peak operational hours. Did you know that the largest plane to park at the airport is the sizeable Boeing 777-200? It is operated by British Airways!
You’re Only Steps Away From Paradise at the Palms Resort!
Ready to make your way into paradise? The Palms Resort is a short distance away from Providenciales International Airport. This means you get can get to the beach faster without paying a hefty cab fare! We would be happy to help you plan your ideal Turks and Caicos vacation.
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