Everything You Need to Know About Turks and Caicos Jet Charter

by PBJ Staff / Jul 02, 2021

Have you already decided to visit Turks and Caicos for your holiday this year? Then a charter jet to Turks and Caicos is the best way to travel, ensuring you get to the Turks and Caicos airport nearest to your destination. You’ll save time on transport connections and travel in luxury, arriving refreshed and ready to enjoy your holiday the minute you step off the plane.

On the other hand, if you fancy chartering a private jet for your summer break but don’t know where to go, we’ll start by answering an important question: Where is Turks and Caicos?

Where is Turks and Caicos?

a map of the islands of Turks and Caicos

The Turks and Caicos Islands are a British Overseas Territory. They’re an archipelago of 40 beautiful islands in the Atlantic, considered as part of the Caribbean. It’s an easy trip by private jet from LA to Turks and Caicos, which has helped to make this destination so popular.

The Islands are often just called Turks and Caicos for short. Technically, many are not islands, but cays: isles formed by sand or coral deposited on top of a coral reef. 

Of the 40 Turks and Caicos Islands, only eight are inhabited. They’re separated into two island groups by the Turks Island Passage. To the east are the Turks Islands: Grand Turk and Salt Cay. To the west are the Caicos Islands: South Caicos, Middle Caicos, North Caicos, Providenciales, Pine Cay and Parrot Cay.

What are the Beaches Like?

A beautiful beach from Grand Turk - the Turks and Caicos

In short: glorious. If you’re looking for great beaches, Turks and Caicos is definitely the place to go. As you fly to your destination on your private Turks and Caicos jet charter, look down. You’ll see crystal-clear turquoise waters and white, pristine, sandy beaches that stretch on for miles.

The Turks and Caicos have the right beach for everyone. If you want plentiful attractions, restaurants and watersports at your beaches, Turks and Caicos offer the beaches on Providenciales. It’s the archipelago’s most developed island. But if you want peaceful, nearly empty beaches, Turks and Caicos can accommodate that too, with islands like Parrot Cay.

Turks and Caicos Resorts

Luxury Turks and Caicos Resorts

If you have a taste for luxury and low tide beaches, Turks and Caicos resorts around Grace Bay Beach are a good choice. If there was an award for Queen of Beaches, Turks and Caicos would probably give it to Grace Bay. This 12-mile-long sandy beach is world famous. It’s on Providenciales, well-known for its casinos, luxury hotels and glamorous private villas.

All Inclusive Turks and Caicos Resorts

If you want everything included and on your doorstep, an all inclusive resort is the answer. All inclusive Turks and Caicos resorts include:

  • Alexandra Resort, Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa, Blue Haven Resort and Club Med Turquoise, all on Providenciales
  • Ambergris Caye, a private island best reached by a Turks and Caicos jet charter to the island’s Harold Charles International Airport.

Turks and Caicos Resorts for Nature Lovers

 The green leg crane family bird standing on a stone in a lagoon on Grand Turk island


North Caicos is known as the ‘Garden Island’. It has beautiful flocks of pink flamingos that take your breath away. Accommodation here includes luxury self-catering beach suites set right on the beach, and the boutique Pelican Beach Hotel.

Salt Cay is the Turks and Caicos Island to head for if you love whale-watching. It offers fantastic views of pods of humpback whales migrating off the coast. Accommodation here is mainly villas and suites, but there are a few hotels.

Turks and Caicos Resorts for History Lovers

If history is your thing, head for Grand Turk. It’s the capital island of the Turks and Caicos Islands and their historic and cultural center. Visit Cockburn Town, with its streets lined with 18th and 19th century buildings and ruins. Nearby are the Turks and Caicos National Museum, Her Majesty’s Prison, Columbus Landfall Marine National Park, Molasses Reef Wreck, Lighthouse, Fire Hill and the Hawks Nest Plantation.

Your Private Charter Jet to Turks and Caicos

Boats laying on the beach at Grand Turk

The easiest way to reach the Turks and Caicos airport nearest to your Turks and Caicos accommodation is to book a Turks and Caicos jet charter. Airports in the Turks and Caicos Islands include:

  • Grand Turk International Airport, MBGT, GDT, Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos Islands
  • South Caicos Airport, MBSC, XSC, South Caicos Is., Turks & Caicos Islands
  • Ambergris Caye International Airport, MBAC, Big Ambergris Cay, Turks And Caicos Islands
  • North Caicos Airport, MBNC, NCA, North Caicos Is., Turks & Caicos Islands
  • Providenciales Airport, MBPV, PLS

The Islands are easy to reach from the US. For instance, flying by private jet from Houston to Turks and Caicos usually takes between 2 hours 45 minutes and 5 hours. As for the average cost for a private jet to Turks and Caicos, this varies widely depending on how many passengers will be travelling and when, and what type of aircraft and facilities you require.

To get a quick quote from Paramount Business Jets, either get an online quote or phone us on +1-877-727-2538.

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