Turks and Caicos flights

Turks and Caicos flights take about 3 hours from major East Coast hubs in North America.

On American Airlines there are 3 daily flights from Miami, and one a day from New York’s JFK. Direct flights are also available from Boston on Saturdays.

Delta offers 6-times a week service from Atlanta (no Tuesday flight), plus a second flight on Saturdays.

US Airways offers daily flights from Charlotte, and will add a second daily flight from hat city in February. Direct flights are also available from Boston and Philadelephia on Saturdays and Sundays.

Air Canada has direct flights from Toronto on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays,  from Montreal on Thursdays and Ottawa on Mondays.

Air Transat Charter flight from Montreal (YUL) to Providenciales (PLS), Turks and Caicos Islands.
American Airlines Daily from Miami to Provo; Also offers JFK to Providenciales Sat & Sun
Air Canada Daily direct flights from Toronto (YYZ) to Provo and the Turks and Caicos Islands
Bahamas Air Flights from Nassau (NAS) to Provo
Continental Airlines Charter flights on Sat from Philadelphia (PHL) to Provo
British Airways British Airways from Heathrow (LHR) to Providenciales (Sunday departures from LHR stop in Nassau Bahamas)
Delta Airlines Daily flights from Atlanta (ATL) to Provo
JetBlue Charter flights from JFK, Atlanta and Miami
Turks and Caicos Airlines Frequent trips between Provo and other Caribbean destinations
United Airlines Regular service to Provo from Newark, Philadelphia
US Airways Daily service from Charlotte to (CLT) Providenciales on Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday.
WestJet WestJet offers regular flights from Toronto to Provo

For daily flight information, please consult consult the Turks and Caicos Airport Authority.

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About Charles Edwards

I'm a travel writer specializing in Caribbean destinations, notably the Turks and Caicos Island, St. Martin (French West Indies), St. Lucia, and the Dominican Republic. Although I am quite lazy and prefer spending most of my time reading a good book by the pool or on the beach, I'm also quite interested in ethnobotany, ecology, and natural history.

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