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Turks and Caicos-Based Airline Adding More Regional Flights


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Turks and Caicos-Based Airline Adding More Regional Flights


The Caribbean Journal / Dana Niland / July 19, 2018

“Turks and Caicos-based airline interCaribbean Airways is introducing new routes from Santo Domingo to Aruba and between Curacao and Kingston, Jamaica.

These new services add to the airline’s nonstop flights to Tortola, St. Maarten and Providenciales, Turks and Caicos.

The announcement came from interCaribbean’s Chairman and founder, Lyndon Gardiner, and the airline’s CEO and executive Director, Trevor Sadler.

“At interCaribbean Airways, we know that the Dominican Republic currently leads the region as an economic engine and as a strategic commercial and business point,” said Sadler in a recent presentation to stakeholders. “Our intention is to facilitate the opportunity through the introduction of these new routes.”

The new destinations of Aruba and Curacao will also serve as new routes for the British Virgin Islands with connections to from Tortola via Santo Domingo.

Direct flights from Tortola, interCaribbean’s second hub, include services to San Juan, Antigua, St Maarten, Santo Domingo, Saint Lucia and Providenciales with connections to Kingston and Nassau....”


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Always good news. Too many times the only option is to fly to Miami and fly back.