New air routes leave Turks and Caicos well connected

New air routes leave Turks and Caicos well connected

March 15th, 2016 // 2:00 pm @

More international tourists and better regional connections mean that the Turks and Caicos Islands’ principal airport is well positioned for a bright future. The UN’s International Civil Aviation Organization predicts that intra-Caribbean and Central American passenger numbers will grow by 7.8 per cent a year up to 2031, while traffic between the region and North and South America will grow by 5.1 per cent. Read more of this article in The Times


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