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Providenciales
Providencialesnonstop$280
Cockburn Town
Cockburn Town2 stops$713
Cockburn Harbour
Cockburn Harbour2 stops$2,263

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FAQs - booking Turks and Caicos Islands flights

  • Which airport should I fly to if I want to visit Chalk Sound National Park?

    Chalk Sound National Park is a major tourist destination, particularly for visitors who are looking for scenic sites for a romantic escape. Providenciales International Airport is the best arriving airport if you want to explore this attraction. The park is situated about an 18-minute drive away. Spend a day here kayaking or exploring the clear waters on paddleboards.

  • Which arrival airport provides easy access to the Bahamas?

    Visitors coming to the Turks and Caicos Islands for a vacation with the intention of an onward progression to the Bahamas should book flights that land in Providenciales, where Providenciales International Airport is located. From here, Nassau is about a 1h 35min flight away, and you will land at Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS).

  • Which Turks and Caicos Islands Airport is closest to Grand Turk Lighthouse?

    A vacation in the Turks and Caicos Islands won’t be complete without a stop at the Grand Turk Lighthouse. The best arrival airport to this landmark is the JAGS McCartney Airport (GDT), which receives international connecting flights from PLS. Stroll around as you pat the donkeys, or marvel at the panoramic cliff-top trail. If you are here between February and March, spare time to watch whales.

  • Are there hotels near major airports in the Turks and Caicos Islands?

    Suppose you are scheduled to arrive late at Turks and Caicos Islands’ main gateway, Providenciales International Airport. In that case, remember that several accommodation options dot this area where you can spend a night waiting for your next connection. Usually, such hotels offer courtesy shuttles to and from the airport to make your movement easier. This service is particularly essential to those with heavy luggage.

  • Do I need a visa to visit the Turks and Caicos Islands?

    For United States nationals staying in the Turks and Caicos Islands for a duration of fewer than 90 days, a visa is not required. A valid passport, however, is required for entry. Official visa guidelines are available on the US government’s travel and immigration website and are subject to change without notice.

  • Are there nonstop flights to the Turks and Caicos Islands?

    Although there are many airports in the Turks and Caicos Islands, nonstop flights are generally only available to one of them. Nonstop flights are commonly available between the United States and Providenciales from a handful of major US cities. The US cities offering direct flights to Providenciales include Miami, Fort Lauderdale, New York, Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte and Philadelphia.

  • Can I get around via taxi in Turks and Caicos?

    Taxis are plentiful on all of the inhabited islands in Turks and Caicos. To get the best rate, it is recommended to negotiate the price of your trip before you get into the taxi. For an extra charge, many taxi drivers can often take you on a guided tour throughout the area.

  • Where should I fly to if I want to visit Parrot Cay?

    Parrot Cay is one of the most visited destinations in the Turks and Caicos Islands, though the island is not home to one of the area’s international airports. To reach Parrot Cay, you can fly into the archipelago’s largest airport: Providenciales International Airport (PLS). After you arrive in Providenciales, you can get to Parrot Cay via ferry.

  • How long is the flight to the Turks and Caicos Islands?

    An average nonstop flight from the United States to the Turks and Caicos Islands takes 5h 57m, covering a distance of 1600 miles. The most popular route is Newark - Providenciales with an average flight time of 3h 36m.

  • What is the cheapest flight to the Turks and Caicos Islands?

    The cheapest ticket to the Turks and Caicos Islands from the United States found in the last 72 hours was $89 one-way, and $312 round-trip. The most popular route is Newark to Providenciales and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $330.

  • Which airlines fly to the Turks and Caicos Islands?

    American Airlines, Qatar Airways & United Airlines fly the most frequently from the United States to the Turks and Caicos Islands.

  • What are the most popular destinations in the Turks and Caicos Islands?

    Based on KAYAK flight searches, the most popular destination is Providenciales (99% of total searches to the Turks and Caicos Islands). The next most popular destinations are Cockburn Town (0.6%) and Cockburn Harbour (0.2%).

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to the Turks and Caicos Islands

  • Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest Turks and Caicos Islands flight deals.
  • Regardless of the town that you intend to visit in the Turks and Caicos Islands, you will have to land at Providenciales International Airport (PLS), located in Providenciales. It’s the main international gateway and is found in the most populated part of the Island. From here, you can easily connect to other destinations.
  • Suppose you plan to visit Cockburn, the capital city of Turks and Caicos Islands. In that case, consider booking a connecting flight that first lands at PLS, then take a domestic flight to JAGS McCartney Airport (GDT) in Cockburn. This facility mainly runs local flights operated by Air Turks and Caicos.
  • The peak months for tourism in the Turks and Caicos Islands are December to March. The summer weather makes it convenient to venture outdoors, especially the beaches. Therefore, expect the price of air tickets to increase, and the cost of hotels to go up. Consider reserving your tickets and hotel rooms in advance.
  • Many flights to Turks and Caicos Islands from the U.S. land depart from a handful of cities, including Philadelphia (PHL), Charlotte (CLT), Boston (BOS), Atlanta (ATL), New York (JFK), Fort Lauderdale (FLL), and Miami (MIA). Generally, most of the flights from these cities land at Providenciales International Airport.
  • SkyTeam, OneWorld, and Star Alliance are the main airline alliances running flights between New York and Providenciales, with Star Alliance being the most popular operator along this route.
  • When searching for flights to the Turks and Caicos Islands, you’ll generally have two arrival points to choose from, depending on when you book. Flights from the United States to the Turks and Caicos Islands most often fly into either Providenciales or Grand Turk, the biggest international airports in the region.
  • The Turks and Caicos Islands are composed of over forty separate, small islands. To access many of the Turks and Caicos Islands, you’ll have to take one of the many ferries that operate throughout the region. Ferry frequency varies by route, with some operating several times per day and others only operating three or four days per week.
  • For getting around on land, the most widely convenient option is renting a car. Cars available for rent are plentiful on both Providenciales and Grand Turk. Because public transportation is virtually non-existent in Turks and Caicos, renting a car will give you the most freedom to explore these two main islands.
  • If you’d prefer to avoid the ferry, or if your next destination isn’t directly accessible via ferry, there are a handful of domestic airports on the Turks and Caicos Islands that can carry travelers throughout the area on small planes. These quick, regional flights can connect you to destinations like Salt Cay and Pine Island.
  • Tourists traveling from the US are in luck, as the official currency of the Turks and Caicos Islands is the US dollar. Debit and credit cards are accepted in the more populated areas of the Turks and Caicos Islands, but it would be wise to carry cash if you’re heading off the beaten track.
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Top 5 airlines flying to the Turks and Caicos Islands

Need help choosing which airline to fly with from the United States to the Turks and Caicos Islands? KAYAK airline reviews give an overall score for each airline based on loads of factors, including comfort, boarding, in-flight entertainment and more, to make your decision easier. See airline scores according to verified KAYAK customer reviews.
8.0
DeltaOverall score based on 10000 reviews
7.9Comfort
8.2Boarding
7.4Food
8.6Crew
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Flight was 3 hours late so only had an OK experience

6.0 GoodMelissa, Jun 2024RDU - DTW
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Flight was 3 hours late so only had an OK experience

It was very cold because the air conditioner was on high power, and my son got sick.

3 hours late and all they have is was a $12 meal voucher. That’s not even enough to cover fast food.

Among the poorest flights I’ve had with Delta in a while. Entertainment system failed completely on a 7.5 hr flight. Crew seemed distracted and not the normal friendly crew. Flight overbooked it seemed… very crowded.

If I can, I always fly Delta. I’ve found their service to always be reliable and pleasant.

You could have not cancelled the flight (AA, which I will be flying from now on) left for BOS despite the fictitious weather issues (that no one in my Boston family could see). You could have rebooked my direct flight to another direct flight instead of sending me though JFK, the worst US airport after O’Hara You could have rebooked me on a Main Cabin seat (like the one I paid for in my original ticket instead of putting me a the last row on JFK->BOS leg, pocketing the difference in ticket price But I do not really care whether you will ever do that in a future because in a future neither I nor anyone from my company (unless they pay out of pocket) nor an of my clients and partners (if they heed my advice) will ever be caught dead on any of Delta flights

Really bad baggage handling. Had my Rimowa bag badly damaged at the latches.

It was pretty good I was worried with the short Layover that I might not catch my connection but the gate was there

It was good until there was a 3 hour delay because there was not any pilots to fly the plane.

There was plenty of overhead room but half of the passengers were told they had to check their carryon bags. My partner and I checked in as early as possible and our seats were split across the aisle.

terrible. Because I felt very unwell during the flight. How do they leave a woman alone in the middle of 2 men? an obese man who was falling on top of me.

They put me on a chair in between two men, one overweight who was almost falling on top of me, and the other was even uncomfortable because I was half falling because of what the other was pushing me. I stayed with. my feet were swollen from fluid retention and from being unable to accommodate myself. it was very uncomfortable. I asked for help but they told me that the flight was full and they couldn't help me. I got off the plane almost unable to walk due to the inflammation. and then at FLL airport I asked for help because I couldn't go to my next flight, which was a connection.

The walk from baggage claim to the taxi is very difficult for older people I will never fly into JFK again. It is physically challenging

Overall fine but both ways for this trip was delayed.

Flight was delayed by almost 5 hours. Suitcase was not loaded despite the flight being near empty (my colleagues’ suitcases did reach JFK, unlike mine). Had to argue on phone to get JetBlue to deliver the case to my hotel. Never again

The flight was excellent. The crew was welcoming and attentive.

Great! I love Jet Blue. My favorite airline! Very efficient, clean and timely.

Run out of snack choices. Why are the seats not padded for your butt? Are we sitting on blocks of wood or metal for $250-300 a pop? This ain’t spirit. Let’s get it together people

We were told that our flight would be delayed for 90+ minutes because of weather, so we went to get something to eat only to have them randomly start boarding 15 minutes after the announcement, with no warning.

Entertainment... No earphones passed out. Many including me couldn't use the TV. Legroom was good. Crew was indifferent and a bit surly. Free wifi was a nice convenience. Check in desk location was unknown. Gate number on the boarding passes was wrong.

Nothing they cancelled my connection and couldn't get me on a flight for 3 more days

Was 4 1/2 hours delayed. No food options, poor entertainment and cramped seats made worse by people in front reclining while we could not as in back row.

The baggage handlers broke the handle on my bag that they put under the plane that I checked on the jetway. They traded it out for a less quality bag in Tulsa. But, they said they would try to fix it. Bologna! There was no fixing that bag handle. Someone didn’t care how they treated the bag.

Frankfurt airport is the worst. Passengers are forced to use stairs to get to the terminal or catch a shuttle. Very inconvenient for passengers who are ambulatory challenged or have physical handicaps.

The entertainment wasn’t playing in the app or online.

Lady was a bit rude during boarding and I was being nice to her.

Why does it have to be painful to fly long distances?

It is a modern tragedy that any airline expects you to travel for 14 hours in such discomfort and that the only way to add comfort is exorbitant prices. I was in pain by the time we landed. Shameful.

Original plane sidelined. Had to wait an hour for replacement.

Crew was very cooperative and professional. Passenger's first checked in bag should be free.

Unfriendly gate staff and significant delay once we were on the plane.

The gate crew did try to help, however they lacked the information as to whether the flight will operate or not. Being delayed 6 hours and in a limbo on whether the flight will operate or not is not fun. The airline having staffing issues is not encouraging at all.

Multiple gate changes and significant delay leaving DFW. Made for a late arrival

The flight from DFW to chs was delayed with multiple gate changes.

Our flight was delayed by 18 hours. Poor accommodations made and no apology.

From check-in staff to in-flight staff, everyone was wonderfully kind

What an idiot at the boarding gate. Even flying First she was mean and unpleasant.

I missed this flight due to delays on my previous flight.

This flight was awful all around. Delays on the tarmac at PHL before takeoff and at the tarmac in Chicago caused me to miss my final connection. This was completely avoidable, in my opinion.

The A321(?) model of the flight for 5+hrs has no seat back screens. Getting the american airlines wifi experience to watch movies on your own devices is not the same.

I was at Chicago early and I should have been able to check in when I got there instead of having to wait 8 hours later to check in. I don’t like air Canada

Great communication from pilot on 1st half of flight. Shitty communication on 2nd half. I tried a personal screening device for the first time which meant I couldn't hear any announcements. I don't think this is a safe option.

I was unaware I was booking the basic economy flight and had to spend an extra $125 for baggage plus $100 for seat selection. There was also no opportunity to upgrade into a different ticket type. The seats were very cramped and mine wouldn’t stay reclined

We did not take this trip !! I told Air Canada months ago to cancel this reservation . But , since they offered no rebate or a way to save credits everything was a loss . Why they continued to contact me about check in , etc . I will never understand!!

There wasn't even a screen on the seat for An almost 4 hours flight and they gave us water.....that's it. And for the record, it wasn't cheap

Not great tremendous delays instead of arriving at 8:15 pm arrived at 2:30 am next day no food gate changes. Etc

There was a mistake with the first name we only discovered at security. Air canada was unable to correct it to match then passport since it was booked through an agency. The agency could not correct it either since they need at least two hours to do that. We could not fly and lost a bunch of money. Learned my lesson about kayak.

My flight got canceled. Then AC rebooked me to a next day flight. No compensation no apology. It almost messed up my entire trip and schedule. However, all the unexpepected seems routine and ordinary to AC, so customers need to get used to.

The food was horrible the flying attendance hardly made any checks and the seats were very tied ..

I love air Canada. The staff is so helpful and friendly and attentive. I paid for extra room but chose a ser near a person who took up a lot of space which gave me less space than regular economy, I was sad I did that!

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