JetBlue, Continental Land in Turks and Caicos

by  Molly Fergus | Dec 23, 2010
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East Coast vacationers will enjoy a few more options for Caribbean jet-setting this February, when both JetBlue and Continental launch new routes to Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos (one of our Top 10 Beach Trips)  – just in time for a much-needed, mid-winter vitamin D fix.

Budget darling JetBlue (the first low-cost carrier to head to the islands) kicks off flights to its 17th Caribbean destination from Boston’s Logan airport and New York’s JFK airport President’s Day weekend; Bostonians can escape to Turks and Caicos via weekly winter routes (November through April), and New Yorkers will see daily, year-round flights to Providenciales.

Starting February 18, Continental will fly from New York’s Newark airport to Providenciales once on Mondays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays; by March, flights will head south daily.

For general trip-planning information, see our Turks and Caicos Travel Guide, then use our Travel Search price comparison tool to find the lowest rates on hotels, airfare, packages, and more travel deals.

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