Southwest Airlines is a major U.S. airline headquartered in Dallas, Texas, and the world’s largest low-cost carrier. As of February 2018, Southwest Airlines has scheduled services to 100 destinations in the United States and ten additional countries, with services to Turks & Caicos having begun on November 5, 2017.
6° MBSC ZSC N21 30.9 WO71 31.8 F-4 Jet A-1, 1100-2300. Airport of Entry. Customs. South Caicos International Airport is serviced by scheduled domestic flights from Providenciales and Grand Turk.
6° MBPI P1C N21 54.0 WO72 06.0 Pine Cay is a private airstrip which requires prior permission from the owners before operating.
10° MBNC NCA N21 55.1 WO71 56..R SR-SS Airport of Entry. Customs. North Caicos International Airport is served by private charter flights from Providenciales.
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13° MBGT GDT N21 26.7 WO71 08.t Jet A-1 1100-0100 JASU. Airport of Entry. Customs 0700-1900. Grand Turk International Airport serves the capital city and is accessible by scheduled domestic flights from Providenciales and South Caicos.
17° MBPV PLS N21 46.4 WO72 16.0 F-4, Jet A-1. 1100 – 2300. Airport of Entry. Customs. Providenciales International Airport is the main international gateway to the Turks and Caicos Islands. It’s the only airport with scheduled international flights.
WestJet is a Canadian low cost carrier that flies to more than 85 destinations around the world. Founded in 1996, it now operates an average of 425 flights carrying over 45,000 passengers per day. It offers direct flights from Toronto and Ottawa in Canada. For more information visit www.westjet.com.
United Airlines is a major American airline and a wholly owned subsidiary of United Continental Holdings following a $3 billion merger in 2010. Along with United Express it operates an average of 5,341 flights a day to more than 360 airports across six continents. United regularly flies between Newark and Providenciales. For more information visit
JetBlue offers flights to more than 80 destinations with free inflight entertainment, free brand-name snacks and drinks, lots of legroom and award-winning service. There are regular JetBlue flights from New York, Fort Lauderdale, Florida and Boston. For more information visit www.jetblue.com.