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Providenciales International Airport is located just over 7 miles from the popular and scenic Grace Bay Beach. When traveling between these two locations by rental car or taxi, the trip should take approximately 20 minutes without any additional traffic or bad weather.
Providenciales International Airport has one primary restaurant located inside the main terminal, known as Gilly’s Restaurant. Gilly's Café is a smaller choice that is located in the International Terminal and serves basic snacks, as well as alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. If you would like to purchase some simple to-go items or drinks, there are several small stores and kiosks that you can choose from.
If you would like to purchase yourself a gift or grab some souvenirs for family or friends, make sure to browse through the different stores in Providenciales International Airport. There are several duty-free choices that offer a variety of liquor, cosmetics, and clothing, as well as a local jewelry store that is located in the Departures terminal.
If you are traveling with a large amount of luggage and need help transporting it, keep your eyes open for one of the porters located near the airport’s entrance and exit. They can help bring your suitcases to almost anywhere you need to go, including the parking structure, the taxi-waiting area, or the check-in desk.
Based on KAYAK searches from the last 72 hours, if you fly from Miami, you should have a good chance of getting the best deal to Providenciales as it was the cheapest place to fly from. Prices were found for as low as $116 one-way and $297 for a round-trip flight. Also in the last 72 hours, the most popular connection to Providenciales was from New York and the lowest price for a round-trip flight was $300.
If you’re traveling from United States, you might fly to Providenciales with JetBlue, American Airlines, or United Airlines as they are the most frequent flyers.
The city center of Providenciales is 1 mile from Providenciales.
There is only 1 airport in Providenciales, called Providenciales (PLS). It can also be referred to as Providenciales or Providenciales Intl.
On average, a flight to Providenciales costs $409. The cheapest price found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks cost $111 and departed from New York John F Kennedy Intl Airport.
Based on KAYAK data, the cheapest day to fly to Providenciales is Monday. On the other hand, the most expensive day to fly is Saturday.
The cheapest month for flights to Providenciales is January. On the other hand, the most expensive months are September and October.
American Airlines, Delta and JetBlue have waived their change and cancellation fees on flights to Providenciales. Confirm policies on booking site.
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Very efficient and effective. Fight crew and captain did a good job given the weather delays and turbulence…
Worst experience ever. My carry on was checked in and I had to carry all my electronics (laptop, etc) as if I was lost. No food. No proper AC. It was clearly stated that I have a carry on that I could bring with me and I wasn't allowed a carry on upon boarding. I flew many airlines (International and domestic airlines) and this by far is the worst experience I've had.
2 hour delay in Montreal sitting in the planes and then 50 minutes waiting for a gate in Chicago. The least they could do was to give us snacks while we sat in the plane over the dinner hour. Instead they wanted $6 for pretzels, chips or crackers. Come on at least give us those for free while we wait on a 3 hour delay.
No complimentary food only water and soda. Of course seats were tight. However flight was timely and crew was pleasant and we arrived early.
Air Canada has the worst reliability of any airline I’ve ever dealt with. Their hold times to speak to an agent are deplorable.
Getting up at 4:30 am to only find out, after you check-in at 6:00 am that your 8:00 am flight will be delayed 3 1/2 hours was not a great start to our return trip. No explanation given. We were finally able to get a connecting flight out of Munich later in the day (8 hours later than planned), but on an old A350-900 (worn out seats, and not the good seats locations I selected 4 months ago). I specifically avoid the A350 with Lufthansa because they typically have an older fleet. Only pleasant part of the return trip was that our bags were actually at the carousel in Pierson before we were (first time in almost 10 years!).
Legroom was not good and can be improved and food needs upgrade.
air canada plane was old, entertainment system was a little wonky, and the insistence on gate-checking bags when there was plenty of overhead room is a drag. flight crew was really good and a warm egg sandwich was a surprise on a 6 am flight.
Providenciales (PLS)Turks and Caicos Islands
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