InterCaribbean Airways Increases Caribbean Connections

Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands. September 2, 2014. interCaribbean Airways extends their partnerships with the travel agent community and is hosting an event to meet The Bahamas Travel Agents and Travel Press.

interCaribbean Airways has been expanding their schedule, created well timed connections from cities for easy connection across the Western Caribbean. For the non USA visa holder, now is easier than ever to travel without flying into the USA to cross the Caribbean.

From Nassau (NAS), interCaribbean Airways offers your clients non-stop flights to Providenciales (PLS) in the Turks & Caicos Islands. With a quick transit onward flights to Puerto Rico (SJU), the Dominican Republic’s Puerto Plata (POP), Santo Domingo (SDQ), Santiago (STI) and Cap Haitien (CAP) and Port au Prince (PAP) in Haiti. In addition from our Providenciales (PLS) hub we offer domestic flights to Grand Turk (GDT) and South Caicos (XSC). The company also made history after being awarded the rights to operate domestic flights in Jamaica between Montego Bay and Kingston.

New distribution capabilities means all flights can be booked and ticketed conveniently at a Bahamas Travel Agency with all electronic tickets.

When Agents plan client travel in the Western Caribbean, be it for business or leisure, interCaribbean may be the best way for clients to reach their destination easily and simply. Why fly all day when arrival is possible in an hour or two?

Trevor Sadler, CEO at interCaribbean Airways said, we have more places in mind to fly, so we look forward to working with you as we grow giving you much more of the Caribbean.

About interCaribbean Airways

interCaribbean Airways (formerly Air Turks & Caicos) is the national carrier of the Turks & Caicos Islands and operates a fleet of Embraer 120 and Beech 99 aircraft, operating flights domestically to Grand Turk and South Caicos, in addition to International flights to Santo Domingo, Puerto Plata and Santiago in the Dominican Republic; Cap Haitien and Port Au Prince in Haiti; Kingston and Montego Bay in Jamaica; Nassau in the Bahamas; new services to Samana, Dominican Republic and San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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