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|Monday||6:00 am - 12:00 pm|
|Tuesday||6:00 am - 12:00 pm|
|Wednesday||6:00 am - 12:00 pm|
|Thursday||6:00 am - 12:00 pm|
|Friday||6:00 am - 12:00 pm|
|Saturday||6:00 am - 12:00 pm|
|Sunday||-- closed --|
interCaribbean Airways (formerly Air Turks & Caicos). interCaribbean Airways is growing to provide connectivity across the Western Caribbean. Now you can visit a neighboring island in an hour or two instead of a day.
Air Turks & Caicos began in 1991 as InterIsland Airways Charter Service. In 2003 the Turks and Caicos Government started a push toward regional and international development and it seemed that the time had come for the Turks and Caicos to have its own airline. A scheduled license was applied for and granted, and thus began an ambitious expansion project that involved adding international destinations and acquiring larger and faster aircraft. Still the only scheduled airline serving all the Outer Islands today, Air Turks & Caicos also serves several key international destinations, with daily scheduled flights to multiple cities in Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica and the Bahamas.
Future expansion plans calls for further development of international routes, including service to St. Maarten and Puerto Rico in order to offer interline connections throughout the Caribbean, Europe and South America. Fleet expansion continues according to the needs of the routes as they are added. Currently the airline operates two 30 passenger Embraer 120 Brasilias with lavatories, galleys and flight attendant service, two 19 seat Twin Otters, one 9 passenger Britten Norman Islander and a CitationJet for executive charters. One each additional Twin Otter and Brasilia are on order. Air Turks & Caicos currently operates 50 domestic and international flights on a daily basis.
Chairman Lyndon Gardiner is still deeply involved with the airline daily management, pushing the organization toward his goal of providing a National Flag Carrier that truly serves the unique needs of the country and the region.