The Turks & Caicos Islands lie 575 miles southeast of Miami, one hundred miles north of the Dominican Republic and thirty miles southeast of the Bahamas. Flying time from Miami is just ninety minute. The Turks & Caicos Islands cover a land area of 193 square miles. The islands are surrounded by a continuous system of coral reef.
Modern air travel is right at home in Turks and Caicos, from international flights and Fixed Base Operator (FBO) arrivals to service between the local islands and destinations throughout the Caribbean.
The TCI has four designated international airports – Grand Turk, Providenciales, North Caicos and South Caicos – and two domestic airports, Middle Caicos and Salt Cay. There are also two private airports, Pine Cay and Ambergris Cay.
A recent major expansion at the Providenciales International Airport (PLS) improved the guest experience, while increasing the number of passengers it can handle per day. An average of 50 commercial flights land each week at PLS, with direct air service from over a dozen US and Canadian cities.
An expansion project is currently underway for the South Caicos airport.
For more information on Turks and Caicos airports visit The Turk and Caicos Airports Authority’s website at www.tciairports.com/web/.