Flying to Turks and Caicos is easy with the numerous, quick direct flights available. If you’re traveling to Turks and Caicos for work or for pleasure, be sure to check out the following airlines with direct flights from various cities in the US, UK and Canada:
Direct flights to Turks & Caicos are often quick, lasting no more than a few hours (with the exception of London which is an 8 hour trip). Below are the direct flight durations for trips to Turks & Caicos from various cities in the US, UK and Canada:
Two full-service international airports are located in Turks and Caicos: Providenciales International Airport (PLS) and Grand Turk Island Airport (GDT), as well as limited entry facilities in North Caicos and South Caicos. There are domestic airports on other islands except for East Caicos and West Caicos because they’re uninhabited islands; however, there’s an airstrip under construction on West Caicos that will serve the Ritz Carlton Resort which is currently under development.
Most people fly into Provo Airport, where commuter flights to other islands in the Caribbean are easily accessible. Provo Airport welcomes numerous international flights weekly from the United States, Europe and other islands in the Caribbean; it’s the gateway to the rest of Turks and Caicos.
All US citizens that visit Turks and Caicos are required to have a valid US passport. Anyone arriving in Turks and Caicos via any international flight and connecting to any other island through the domestic departure area at Provo Airport must pass through immigration and customs and claim baggage beforehand.
Airport Code: PLS
Latitude: N 21°15? .6
Longitude: W 72°46?.7
(17° MBPV PLS N21 46.4 WO72 16.0 F-4, Jet A-1. 1100 – 2300)