Turks and Caicos flights from your home in the United States, Europe, and other far-flung places will generally land at Providenciales International Airport (IATA code PLS). This is the main airport for the archipelago, and virtually all flights from outside the Turks and Caicos Islands will land here. The island archipelago is an overseas territory of the United Kingdom, and there are flights from London, England. British heritage also plays a part in flights coming in from Canada and the Bahamas, although some of the Canada flights are seasonal.
You can get cheap tickets to Turks and Caicos even from as far away as England. Europeans, and the Brits in particular, tend to favor all inclusive vacation packages that often include international flights. And they are known to favor beach resorts that are former British colonies—from Mombasa on the Indian Ocean coast of Kenya to the Bahamas in the Caribbean. There are many tour operators in Europe and England that offer cheap Turks and Caicos airfare as part of an all inclusive plan that usually includes accommodation in hotels and some sort of dining option.
Cheap Turks and Caicos airfare is also available from the United States, often as part of all inclusive vacations. The Turks and Caicos flights from the United States primarily originate in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas and Miami, Florida. Also check for new and seasonal routes from New York (JFK), Newark, Atlanta, and Boston. From elsewhere in the Caribbean, there are flights from Santiago de los Caballeros in the Dominican Republic.
You certainly can obtain cheap Turks and Caicos airfare during the off season. This is during the summer and into the early autumn months when the weather is at its hottest; this is also the hurricane season. However, deals can be had even during peak season. Like hotels, airlines do not always have full flights. Keep searching different airlines for last-minute deals offered because of unexpected cancellations or low occupancy. You sometimes can turn your full fare tickets booked far in advance into cheap tickets to Turks and Caicos if you ask the airline to extend one of their new promotions to you.
Another way to get cheap tickets to Turks and Caicos is to use the tool found here on the Destination 360 website. This tool scans offers from all the airlines so that you can compare among a number of different sources. You can also find deals on hotels and car rentals, vacation packages, and cruises.
Not all Turks and Caicos flights are from foreign airports. There are scheduled flights between Grand Turk (where there is a nominally "international" airport) and Providenciales. Additionally the Turks and Caicos flag carrier has less regular flights to North Caicos, South Caicos, and Salt Cay. Salt Cay is an uninhabited island, and those flying here are generally coming for tours of the lovely island that has been nominated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Those flying to South Caicos are often coming for the best deep sea fishing in the region. Those flying to North Caicos are generally coming to explore the lushest and greenest of the islands. Most of the others are unusually arid. You can get to the exclusive Parrot Cay Resort by air, but only on charter flights.