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Arriving by Air to Providenciales

Jet Blue airliner on the runway at the Providenciales International Airport
Airliner at the Providenciales International Airport.

All international flights to the Turks and Caicos arrive at the Providenciales International Airport (PLS). There are onward domestic flights and ferries connecting the family islands.

There are more than 20 international cities with flights to Providenciales. There are approximately 4 to 16 international flights per day, with Saturday and Sunday being the busiest.

Within the US, there are daily flights from Miami, Charlotte, and New York (JFK), along with less-than-daily service from several other American cities. There are frequent flights from Toronto and Montreal in Canada.

There is a twice-weekly transatlantic flight to London Heathrow, which is the only flight to Europe.

There are no direct flights to Central America, South America, Africa, or Asia.

Regional Flights

Regional flights connect the Bahamas, Jamaica, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and a few other Caribbean nations.

Airlines

American, JetBlue, Delta, United, and Southwest are the primary carriers flying from the United States.

Air Canada (and Air Canada Rouge) regularly fly from Canada, and seasonally Westjet flies.

The main Caribbean carriers are Caicos Express Airways and interCaribbean (local airlines), and Bahamasair.

Cities and Airlines
City Duration Airline
Antigua (ANU) 1:55 British Airways
Atlanta (ATL) 3:05 Delta
Boston (BOS) 3:40 JetBlue
Cap-Haitien (CAP) 0:50 Caicos Express, interCaribbean
Charlotte (CLT) 3:00 American
Chicago (ORD) 4:40 United
Dallas (DFW) 4:30 American
Ft Lauderdale (FLL) 1:55 Southwest, Silver Airways
Havana (HAV) 2:10 interCaribbean
Kingston (KIN) 1:40 interCaribbean
Miami (MIA) 1:55 American
Minneapolis-St Paul (MSP) 2:18 Sun Country
Montreal (YUL) 4:10 Air Canada
Nassau (NAS) 1:55 interCaribbean, Bahamasair
New York (JFK) 3:30 JetBlue, American, Delta
New York (EWR) 3:45 United
Orlando (MCO) 2:18 Southwest
Philadelphia (PHL) 3:25 American
Port-au-Prince (PAP) 1:15 interCaribbean, Caicos Express
Puerto Plata (POP) 1:15 interCaribbean, Caicos Express
San Juan (SJU) 1:55 interCaribbean
Santiago de Cuba (SCU) 1:15 interCaribbean
Santiago de los Caballeros (STI) 1:00 interCaribbean
Santo Domingo (SDQ) 1:15 interCaribbean
Toronto (YYZ) 4:00 Air Canada, WestJet
London (LHR) 11:50 British Airways (via Nassau)
London (LHR) 10:06 Virgin Atlantic

Private Aviation

Providenciales has two fixed-base operators catering to those arriving by private plane. Grand Turk is classed as an international airport and does allow private aviation traffic, but for all other airports in the Turks and Caicos, you’ll need to clear customs and immigration first in Providenciales (or Grand Turk) before continuing on.