Turks & Caicos Islands private jet charter flights with JetOptions Private Jets Charters premier service. Fly private to Grand Turk Island, the largest island in the Turks. It’s the cultural, corporate, and governmental center of the islands and it has a lot for visitors to see and do. Three hundred fifty years ago, the island was first settled as a salt harvesting island. Today, it has a booming tourism industry that revolves around its many beaches. This is the best place to visit if you have to pick just one island in the territory.
The second-largest international airport in Turks and Caicos is the Grand Turk JAGS McCartney International Airport. Located south of the capital Cockburn Town this is the second most major airport in the islands. JAGS McCartney has landing facilities for Boeing 757 and Airbus A321 class jets. The airport services both commercial and private jet charter clients.
This airport is available to fly into and out of internationally and domestically. While there is no fixed-base operator, private jets can still use the terminal facilities. This is an airport of entry for international clients, and there are fueling services available for aircraft.
White Sands Beach Resort is one of the best places to stay and play on Grand Turk Island. Each room is beachfront, and the hotel has both a restaurant and a tiki bar. Also onsite is the Santa Maria Gaming Saloon, a pirate ship casino where you can while away the day when you’re not on the beach.
If you’re looking for good food, head to Grand Turk Inn for delicious cuisine. Go at sunset for the perfect view of the ocean! This restaurant has a deck that overlooks the open sea and is lined with picturesque palm trees. The food itself is delicious and created with an artistic touch. It’s some of the best Asian fusion food you’ll find in the Bahamas. The atmosphere and the good food create the perfect evening by the sea.
Grand Turk Island is a favorite place to engage in all types of watersports. Scuba diving and snorkeling are especially popular; you can see all sorts of exotic marine wildlife beneath the waves. Sea turtles, colorful coral, rays, and more make the waters around Grand Turk a fantastic place to explore. Kayaking and canoeing are also fun things to do, especially if you’d rather not get too wet. There are also a variety of private tours that are fishing expeditions that you can enjoy around the island.
Providenciales is one of the most beautiful islands in the Caicos Islands, and it houses a large population of the residents of these islands. The island has a five-mile-long tourist area, but the rest of the isle is seductively wild. The undeveloped charm of the island is what makes it so beautiful.
Providenciales International Airport or Provo Airport is the main airport for the Turks & Caicos Islands and is the primary airport for commercial and private jet flights arriving internationally. This airport like many others in the region operates under noise restriction so late-night flights are typically not allowed. There are two FBOs meeting the needs of private plane charter customers. Available services include customs on-site, private passenger terminals, rental car and ground transportation, aircraft fueling and maintenance, and hangar services are also available at this airport.
Provo International has one long runway, 10/28 is 7,598 feet.
Stay in luxury on Providenciales when you relax at Wymara Turks and Caicos Resort. The sleek, urban look of the décor and the breezy aura of the Caribbean coast complement each other perfectly, making this beautiful place to spend your time while you’re in the islands. You’ll find comfort and privacy in your beachfront suite or penthouse, and you’ll love the relaxing atmosphere around the resort. Soak up the sun at the infinity pool, or head to the spa for yoga and rejuvenation.
For the ultimate Providenciales dining experience, head to Seven, the restaurant at Seven Stars Resort. The atmosphere at Seven is extraordinary; you’ll get to dine beside a waterfall and beneath opulent chandeliers while using beautiful tableware. The only thing better than the aura at Seven is the food, which is fantastically gourmet in every way. Taste various seafood dishes with grape sorbet in between as a palette cleanser and sip on the finest of wines.
The beaches in Providenciales are the most popular attraction and should be at the top of your list. Grace Bay is the most famous beach, with white sands that contrast deliciously with the blues of the ocean. Taylor Bay Beach and Leeward Beach are also gorgeous places to visit. If you’d rather take a tour, you can go sailing and snorkeling around the island and get a new perspective on the beauty of the Caribbean.
This island serves as a base for students of marine ecology. The rich biodiversity of the area and beautiful natural setting makes it also an excellent place for vacation, especially if you love wildlife watching and diving.
South Caicos Airport is a smaller airport, and like Acklins Island does not have private FBO facilities for private jet clients. Customs clearance is managed at the larger international airports and customers who are arriving by private plane are sharing the main terminal.
Stay at Sailrock Resort for the perfect vacay on South Caicos. This is the top luxury resort on the island, and it’s notable for being close to one of the largest coral reefs in the world. When you stay here, you’ll have the beach just steps from the door of your suite or villa, and you’ll have access to excellent dining, complimentary excursions, and the onsite spa.
Dine at Blu for some of the best experiences on the island. Enjoy French, Asian, and Caribbean seafood in a beautiful setting. Enjoy a delicious dinner, or come just for drinks. Either way, you’ll be sure to be satisfied and impressed.
South Caicos is all about the beaches. If you’re looking to spend time relaxing on the beach, this is a wonderful island for you. To switch things up, head to the spa at your resort or Ayur Spa, and get your body and soul rejuvenated. For adventure, go diving and learn all about the incredible wildlife in the Caribbean. There’s so much to see in the brilliant blue of the ocean! Call JetOptions and book your next flight to the Turks & Caicos.