Air Turks and Caicos flights & tickets

InterCaribbean Airways (formerly Air Turks and Caicos) was founded in 1991 when the local government started a push for their own airline. Since then, the airline has expanded, adding more international destinations and acquiring larger and faster aircrafts. The airline currently operates a fleet of EMB 120, Twin Otter and Beech 99 aircrafts. The Turks and Caicos Air runs regular operations between Antigua, The Bahamas, British Virgin Islands, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica and Puerto Rico. InterCaribbean Airways also operates flights between Kingston and Montego Bay. It is the first non-Jamaican airline to do so in over 50 years since the country won its independence.

InterCaribbean Airways Baggage Allowance

Carry-on Baggage: Each passenger flying with the Turks and Caicos Air is allowed to carry on board one piece of hand luggage not exceeding 9 in x 14 in x 16 in and no heavier than 10 pounds.
Checked Baggage: Free checked luggage depends on the fare class purchased. InterCaribbean Airways lowest fares do not include a checked bag and passengers will need to pay a small fee to bring their luggage on board. The maximum dimensions for checked bags are 158 cm or 62 linear inches. Any bag weighing more than 70 pounds will not be accepted on the flight as checked luggage.

Flying With Infants

Infants between the ages of 14 days to under 2 years old are allowed to be carried free of charge when travelling with an adult 12 years or older. The infant must sit on the accompanying adult's lap for the entire duration of the flight. Infants travelling who are under 14 days old will need to produce a medical release form from a doctor. A birth certificate will also be required to validate the infant's age for travel. If the parents or guardians cannot produce this documentation, they will need to purchase a child fare.

Flying With Pets

InterCaribbean Airways does allow travel for domesticated animals such as cats and dogs. However, it is entirely dependent on the operating aircraft and the route taken. The captain of the aircraft can also allow or refuse carriage of animals in the aircraft cabin. The travelling animals and their crates will be weight and charged according to the airline's excess baggage rates.

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