RESERVATIONS (649) 941-5730

Passenger Information

Provo – Grand Turk

FLIGHT No. FROM TO DEP ARR FREQUENCY ACFT
CEA201 PLS GDT 800 825 DAILY BE1900
CXE2301 PLS GDT 915 945 DAILY, EXCEPT SAT/SUN C402
CXE207 PLS GDT 1200 1230 DAILY C402
CXE 209 PLS GDT 1430 1500 MON C402
CXE2309 PLS GDT 1430 1500 TUE, THU, SAT, SUN C402
CXE211 PLS GDT 1645 1705 DAILY BE1900

Grand Turk – Provo

FLIGHT No. FROM TO DEP ARR FREQUENCY ACFT
CXE202 GDT PLS 840 905 DAILY BE1900
CXE2302 GDT PLS 1100 1130 DAILY, EXCEPT SAT/SUN C402
CXE208 GDT PLS 1300 1330 DAILY C402
CXE210 GDT PLS 1540 1610 MON C402
CXE2310 GDT PLS 1540 1610 TUE, THU, SAT, SUN C402
CXE212 GDT PLS 1720 1745 DAILY BE1900

INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT SCHEDULE

FLIGHTS TO HAITI

Providenciales – Cap Haitian

FLIGHT No. FROM TO DEP ARR FREQUENCY ACFT
CXE501 PLS CAP 930 1015 DAILY BE1900

Cap Haitian – Providenciales

FLIGHT No. FROM TO DEP ARR FREQUENCY ACFT
CXE502 CAP PLS 1045 1130 DAILY BE1900

Providenciales – Port Au Prince

FLIGHT No. FROM TO DEP ARR FREQUENCY ACFT
CXE601 PLS PAP 1200 1315 WED, SUN BE1900

Port Au Prince – Providenciales

FLIGHT No. FROM TO DEP ARR FREQUENCY ACFT
CXE602 PAP PLS 1340 1450 WED, SUN BE1900

FLIGHTS TO DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

Providenciales – Santiago, DR

FLIGHT No. FROM TO DEP ARR FREQUENCY ACFT
CXE303 PLS STI 1200 1315 TUE, THU, SAT BE1900
CXE303 PLS STI 1500 1550 SUN* BE1900

Santiago, DR – Providenciales

FLIGHT No. FROM TO DEP ARR FREQUENCY ACFT
CXE304 STI PLS 1345 1450 TUE, THU, SAT BE1900
CXE304 STI PLS 1605 1655 SUN* BE1900

Providenciales – Santo Domingo, DR

FLIGHT No. FROM TO DEP ARR FREQUENCY ACFT
CXE305 PLS SDQ 1200 1315 MON, FRI BE1900

Santo Domingo, DR – Providenciales

FLIGHT No. FROM TO DEP ARR FREQUENCY ACFT
CXE306 SDQ PLS 1345 1500 MON, FRI BE1900

* Seasonal: 29 DECEMBER TO 31 MARCH 2019

Schedule is subject to change without notice.

Contact us for schedule:
Reservations: 649-941-5730
USA Line: 305-677-3116
Fax: 649-941-3864
Email: res@caicosexpressairways.com

turks-caicos-map A British Overseas Territory, the Turks and Caicos Islands are comprised of eight islands and 40 cays. They lie at the south-eastern end of the Bahamas chain, 575 miles southeast of Miami and 90 miles north of the island of Hispaniola. The islands are generally flat, with rolling hills. The highest elevation is on the island of Providenciales, which rise to approximately 250 feet.

The islands aptly proclaimed, “Beautiful by Nature”, are the landfall Islands of Christopher Columbus’ first voyage in search of the far east. Columbus first set foot upon the island of Grand Turk in 1492 to be welcomed by the friendly and peaceful inhabitants, Lucayan Indians.

The Islands were named from the scarlet dome of the barrel-shaped Turks Head cactus which reminds one of the Turkish fez and the Spanish word “cayos” for small islands. The two groups of islands are divided by a 22 mile wide 7000 ft. deep passage known today as “Columbus Passage.”

Providenciales is the most developed of all the islands, and offers alongside water sports and golf, an American Casino and tennis, as well as an inexpensive array of World Class Spas. Grand Turk harbors the Turks and Caicos National Museum and alongside Salt Cay holds the historic and cultural sites of the islands with ruins and old colonial buildings. Grand Turk and Salt Cay offer some of the best wall diving and whale-watching in the World. The lush and green island of North Caicos, boasts the largest flock of Pink Flamingos, extensive nature reserves and sanctuaries. Cave safari, craft demonstrations and model sail boat races are popular on Middle Caicos, which has the largest cave network in Bahamian region as well as some of the most beautiful beaches edged by dramatic cliffs and a rambling trail.Bermudans arrived in the islands in the mid 1600s and began a thriving salt business which lasted for four centuries on Grand Turk, Salt Cay and South Caicos.

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Carry-out Baggage: You may place a personal wing item (laptop, briefcase, diaper bag etc.) not to exceed 36 linear inches or 18″ x 11″ x 7″, in the wing when boarding. If your personal item does not fit in the wing size it will need to be checked.

Excess Baggage: Excess baggage is transported on a space available basis and additional charges may apply. If we place an excess tag on one or more of your bags it does not necessarily mean the bag will not get on the flight.

Fishing Equipment: We accept fishing equipment. We cannot be liable for damage to fishing equipment not packed in hard side case. A limited release tag is required.

Unusually shaped objects: Bicycles, surfboards, canoes, kayaks and other such large pieces or sporting equipment exceed the capacity of the compartments and are not accepted for transport.

Golf Bags: We accept golf bags however; we cannot be liable for loss or damage to equipment in open golf bags.

Pets: We can accommodate small pets in small kennels on our schedule flights. There is a charge of $25.00 each way. For larger kennels and pets you may need to charter the aircraft. Please call us for assistance.

Baggage Allowance & Acceptance

DOMESTIC BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE

Bag Weight Price
First 50 LBS  Free (any bag above 51 – 70 lbs – $0.95 p/lb)

INTERNATIONAL BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE

Bag Weight Price
 CAP  70 LBS  Free (any weight over 70 lbs – $1.75 p/lb)
 PAP  50 LBS  Free (any weight over 50 lbs – $1.25 p/lb)
 SDQ  60 LBS  Free (any weight over 60 lbs – $1.75 p/lb)
 STI  60 LBS  Free (any weight over 60 lbs – $1.75 p/lb)

NOTE: Children Fares has the same allowance as adults. Infants are only allowed strollers and car seats for free no other baggage allowance. Passengers in transit from domestic to international we will apply international policy.

Check –in and Gate Times Reminder

Check In Time/Ticket Counter

Domestic

Airport Check-In opens 60 minutes prior to scheduled departure time. Flight closes 30 minutes prior to departure.

International

Airport Check-In opens 180 minutes prior to scheduled departure time. Flight closes 60 minutes prior to departure.

Departure Gate

DOMESTIC FLIGHTS 30 MINUTES PRIOR TO SCHEDULE DEPARTURE.  INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS 60 MINUTES PRIOR TO SCHEDULE BEFORE DEPARTURE

all-dangerous-goodsTo ensure the safety of the aircraft, and all those on board, passengers’ checked-in or hand baggage must not contain articles or substances that could pose a danger (some exemptions apply).

Batteries can short circuit and catch fire if they are carried loose in your bag. They must be protected against contact with other metal items (e.g. by being in their original packaging or own protective case) and carried in your hand baggage. Equipment containing correctly installed batteries can be packed in your checked baggage.

contact-usName Changes
Caicos Express Airways does not permit passenger name changes.

Reservation Changes
After ticketing, there will be a $20.00 service fee for each change to the ticket.

Refund Policy
For tickets eligible for refunds the ticket will be refunded as follows:

If the ticket is totally unused, the full fare paid will be refunded less any applicable service charges or penalties.

If the ticket is partially unused, the refund will be the difference between the fare paid and the fare for the transportation actually used as determined by the applicable rules, less any applicable service charges or penalties.