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More Ways to Visit Turks and Caicos

The turquoise waters of Turks and Caicos from the view of an airplane
Flying Over the Turquoise Waters of the Turks and Caicos Islands

Since the country’s reopening on July 22nd, 2020 there has been a gradual increase in airlift and direct flights to Turks and Caicos.

JetBlue Announces New Direct Flights from New Jersey

We are thrilled to share that JetBlue Airways will now provide an increased connection between the Greater New York area and Providenciales with its new daily direct route.

You can now fly from Newark International Airport (EWR) at 9 am, and land at the Providenciales International Airport (PLS) by 12:43 pm. The new route begins on November 19th and can be purchased now.

More Flights to Turks and Caicos Added in October

JetBlue has also resumed its Boston and Ft. Lauderdale flights to Turks and Caicos, giving you even more ways to fly to Turks and Caicos. In keeping with the theme of flexibility so important to travel and travellers, their “Go Back and Forth with Confidence” program provides ease with the waiving of change and cancel fees on flights.

Turks and Caicos COVID-19 Entry Requirements

For entry into Turks and Caicos, all travellers 10 years and older must submit a negative COVID-19 PCR (swab) test that is no older than 5 days prior to your date of travel. Travellers must also have proof of medical or travel insurance with proper coverage. Details can be found here and documents must be uploaded to the portal for TCI Assured authorization.

Help with Your Travel Plans

The team at The Somerset on Grace Bay can help you navigate your travel plans from start to finish, and take away any guesswork. From information on your travel entry requirements to airport protocols and updates on the island’s happenings, we are here for you! Contact us today and let us take assist you in starting your plans for your future stay in Turks and Caicos.

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