If you are seeking a quick getaway in late spring or early summer, then listen up. Several airlines have dropped their prices on flights to Turks and Caicos. The lowest priced routes can be found leaving nonstop from Miami. These flights are only $235 on American Airlines.
Additionally, low-priced flights can be found leaving nonstop out of the New York City area to Turks for as low as $287 roundtrip. Atlanta is also included in this list of low-priced departure cities.
These low-priced flights are included within the airlines basic economy fare class. Most major airlines introduced this fare class to give passengers lower priced options than regular economy. Of course, this means they come with a few restrictions.
The most significant differences under this fare are that you may be limited on baggage, you cannot select seats before departure, and you cannot make changes to the ticket once it is confirmed. As far as baggage, each airline varies so you will need to check your airline’s website for additional details.
This British territory sits just southeast from the Bahamas. The most popular island is Provo, home to the gorgeous Grace Bay. Grace Bay is complete with luxury resorts, water sports, shops, and restaurants. It is also some of the most beautiful, clear water you will ever see.
Grand Turk is the island’s capital. Here is where you can find the best information on the country’s history.
Hurry and grab your seat on one of these flights before the price goes up. We could all use a little white sand and blue water for the low.