Many international airlines fly daily to Turks Caicos airport on Providenciales (the main tourist hub of the Turks and Caicos Islands) from several US cities, Europe, Bahamas and the Caribbean.
The Turks Caicos airport is small, but safe, modern and able to handle larger passenger jets. Car rentals are available in the terminal.
You must have a round trip ticket to get into the country and you can only stay 30 days, but you can renew one time for a total of 60 days.
If you haven't heard, US citizens must have a passport to travel anywhere now mainly to be able to return to the US after your vacation.
Canadians can use either a passport OR an original birth certificate (or, a notarized copy) and a photo id.
Europeans and visitors from other countries do require passports, but no visas are necessary except if you're from a former Eastern Bloc country. If so, contact the nearest British Consulate Office.
USAAtlanta: Daily flights on Delta
Charlotte: Daily on US Airways
Miami: 3 flights Daily on American
New York: Sat & Sun on American
Philadelphia: Sat on US Air
Montreal: Fridays on Air Transat
London: Sundays on British Airways
Nassau, Bahamas: Daily on Bahamas Air and Skyking
Flights To Other Turks & Caicos Islands
Getting around is quick and easy with airports located on all other inhabited islands (North Caicos, Middle Caicos, South Caicos, Grand Turk, Salt Cay). Convenient flights to Turks and Caicos out islands from Providenciales are offered by local carriers Air Turks and Caicos and Skyking.
Flights to Grand Turk from Provo are most frequent since Grand Turk is the capital and many government and business people need to make this trip often.
Private Charters fly to Parrot Cay, Pine Cay, West Caicos and Ambergis Cay from the Turks Caicos airport on Provo.
Taxi & Shuttles
If your hotel package includes airport transfers, a representative with a sign from your resort will meet you outside the main exit.