Providenciales, Turks & Caicos (February 21, 2018) – interCaribbean Airways celebrating 26 years of continuous services, is pleased to announce new nonstop schedule services from Dominica to St Lucia and Tortola, with 1 stop easy connections via Tortola to St Thomas, St Croix, Sint Maarten, San Juan, Providenciales and Santo Domingo.

Travelers can make two-stop connections via interCaribbean flights to Kingston and Nassau.  Even allowing for two stops this is still one of the fastest travel times in the Caribbean.

Flights to and from Dominica begin on March 22 with 3 weekly flights as follows Schedule.

Flight # From – To Effective Until Days Depart Arrive
521 EIS – DOM March 22, 2018 November 3, 2018 Mon, Thurs, Sun 4:25 PM 5:45 PM
621 DOM – SLU March 22, 2018 November 3, 2018 Mon, Thurs, Sun 6:15 PM 6:55 PM
622 SLU – DOM March 22, 2018 November 3, 2018 Mon, Tues, Fri 9:00 AM 9:40 AM
522 DOM – EIS March 22, 2018 November 3, 2018 Mon, Tues, Fri 10:10 AM 11:30 AM


DOM = Dominica Douglas Charles Airport, EIS = Tortola Terrence B. Lettsome International Airport, SLU = St. Lucia – Castries International Airport.

interCaribbean has expanded its schedule to new points throughout the Caribbean connecting more of the Caribbean than any other Caribbean Airline.

CEO Trevor Sadler, stated “We are pleased to begin connecting Dominica with our Caribbean, bringing affordable air fares to this latest interCaribbean destination”.  We look forward to welcoming Citizens and Residents aboard and adding new connections and cities that Dominica can enjoy.

Mr. Colin Piper. Director of Tourism, Dominica welcomes the new service, stating “ interCaribbean is giving Dominicans new choices to fly to and from Dominica and more connections to more places, the service is very timely and very welcome.  We look forward to the launch and anticipation of service to further islands.”

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About interCaribbean Airways

interCaribbean Airways Ltd. was founded as InterIsland Airways Charter Services in 1991.

In 2003 the Turks and Caicos Government started a push toward regional and international development and it seemed the time had come for the Turks and Caicos to have its own airline. A scheduled license was applied for and granted, and thus began an ambitious expansion project that involved adding international destinations and acquiring larger and faster aircraft. The company re-branded to become Air Turks & Caicos to serve key international destinations, with daily scheduled flights to cities in Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Bahamas and Puerto Rico.

Currently we operates six 30 passenger Embraer 120 aircraft with equipped with lavatories, a galley and flight attendant service, 2 x Beech 99 aircraft , 1 x 9 passenger Britten Norman Islander, along with a King Air 200 aircraft and Cessna 401.  Returning back into the fleet is the Twin Otter aircraft expected to join in December 2015.

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