InterCaribbean Airways soaring, needs more pilots

Monday, September 17, 2018

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Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands--InterCaribbean Airways has announced the introduction of air service to Salt Cay from Grand Turk, as well as new services connecting Grand Turk with South Caicos, starting this month.

The company said in a press statement that it now offers non-stop service to three Turks & Caicos Islands from Grand Turk, the TCI capital.

“These new services recognise the commitment of the Turks & Caicos Government in providing a guarantee for essential air services giving the residents of Salt Cay access to the wider Caribbean via Providenciales, and to visitors from around the world who seek out the quiet and peaceful setting that a visitor to Salt Cay and South Caicos craves.

“We also laud the TCI Government for its commitment to provide this essential air service that connects these Islands with the rest of the world, via InterCaribbean services to Providenciales, the Caribbean, and onward connections,” said Trevor Sadler, the airline's CEO.

Sadler also noted that with the continued growth of interCaribbean Airways “as the leading airline of the Caribbean”, the need for more pilots is now evident.

InterCaribbean connects the Turks & Caicos, Antigua, the British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, The Bahamas, the US Virgin Islands, Dominica, St Lucia and Sint Maarten.

Domestic flights are also offered in Jamaica between Kingston and Montego Bay, as well as flights within the Turks & Caicos Islands.

he world, via InterCaribbean services to Providenciales, the Caribbean, and onward connections,” said Trevor Sadler, the airline's CEO.

Sadler also noted that with the continued growth of interCaribbean Airways “as the leading airline of the Caribbean”, the need for more pilots is now evident.

InterCaribbean connects the Turks & Caicos, Antigua, the British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, The Bahamas, the US Virgin Islands, Dominica, St Lucia and Sint Maarten.

Domestic flights are also offered in Jamaica between Kingston and Montego Bay, as well as flights within the Turks & Caicos Islands.

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