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Several airlines serving the Caribbean are expanding their flights to the region this summer. The new service includes United Airlines’ seasonal, Saturday-only flights between the Turks & Caicos’ Providenciales International Airport and Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport, which launched June 6.
The new United Airlines fights supplement the airline’s eight weekly flights between Newark International Airport and Providenciales. “The new Houston route will undoubtedly expand connectivity to the destination and make the Turks and Caicos more accessible and attractive to potential visitors from the Southwest and Western regions of the United States,” said Ralph Higgs, the Turks & Caicos’ director of tourism.