North Caicos Airport (NCA) is a small single runway (6600 foot, 2000 meter asphalt) and single terminal airport, located on the island of North Caicos a short distance from the village of Bottle Creek.
The airport is active, but there are no scheduled flights. There are domestic charter flights only. The airport is used by private pilots.
interCaribbean and Caicos Express Airways both offer charter flights.
With the arrival of the Providenciales - North Caicos ferry, at a fraction of the price for an airline ticket, domestic services to this island were reduced and eventually cancelled altogether.
The largest settlement on North Caicos, many of the island’s shops, gas stations and restaurants are found here. The spectacular Bottle Creek Lagoon provides an amazing backdrop.