Skip to content

Contact Us


  1. Grace Bay Providenciales
    Turks and Caicos Islands
  2. New York

How To Get Here

The most convenient route to the Turks and Caicos is by air to Providenciales International Airport (PLS), the main entry point for the Turks and Caicos Islands, located 2km (1.2mi) west of Providenciales Town, and 16km (10mi) from Grace Bay.

Providenciales International Airport (PLS) receives daily nonstop flights from North America, as well as from several Caribbean islands and UK.

Alternatively, you can fly into JAGS McCartney International Airport (GDT), the territory’s other international airport, located near the capital, Cockburn Town, on Grand Turk Island.

For transfer booking and enquiry, please reach out on: +1.646.216.8350

Useful Info

Atlanta to Turks and Caicos is 2 hrs 54 min, direct flight Boston to Turks and Caicos is 3 hrs 44 min, direct flight Charlotte to Turks and Caicos is 3 hrs 6 min, direct flight Chicago to Turks and Caicos is 3 hrs 30 min, direct flight Dallas-Fort Worth to Turks and Caicos is 4 hrs 8 min, direct flight Houston to Turks and Caicos is 3 hrs 50 mins, direct flight New York to Turks and Caicos is 3 hrs 39 mins, direct flight Fort Lauderdale to Turks and Caicos is 1 hr 38 min, direct flight Miami to Turks and Caicos is 1 hr 42 min, direct flight Los Angeles to Turks and Caicos is 8 hrs 8 min, connecting flightˆ San Francisco to Turks and Caicos is 9 hrs, connecting flightˆ Seattle to Turks and Caicos is 9 hrs, connecting flightˆ From Canada: Air Canada and WestJet offer the most convenient scheduled flights to Providenciales, Turks and Caicos. Toronto to Turks and Caicos is 3 hrs 49 min, direct flight Montreal to Turks and Caicos is 4 hrs 15 min, direct flight Vancouver to Turks and Caicos is 10 hrs 30 min, connecting flight via Torontoˆ

Providenciales and Grand Turk host most of the country’s population, and consequently flights and ferries mainly operate around these two hubs.

Domestic flights and passenger ferries are the primary means of transport between islands.

Both Caicos Express Airways ( and InterCaribbean Airways ( offer charter and scheduled flights between islands.

Domestic ferry routes in the Turks and Caicos include Providenciales – North Caicos, Providenciales – South Caicos, and Grand Turk – Salt Cay.

North Caicos and Middle Caicos are the only two islands in the country connected by a road causeway.

On land, hire cars and taxis are the main means of getting around. There are no public transport services in the Turks and Caicos.

Short of owning your own aircraft with your personal pilots on standby, the easiest route to flying privately to Turks and Caicos is by using a service such as The Turks and Caicos company Jet Charter consultants. No one choice of aircraft is right for every flight or client. That is where we consult with you, The Turks and Caicos company’s client, to make the best decision based on your specific needs and expectations on every flight. Not all flights are the same-business or pleasure to the Turks, we have you covered. Learn more…