The Turks & Caicos Islands will officially reopen its borders on July 22nd as the Caribbean destination bids to restart its tourism sector in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Turks & Caicos premier, Sharlene Cartwright-Robinson, announced the move earlier.
Speaking to Breaking Travel News during Caribbean Travel Marketplace, Pamela Ewing, regional marketing manager for the Turks & Caicos Tourist Board, tells us about how the hospitality sector is developing in the destination. On the agenda are new hotels, growing airlift and an ever-increasing number of guests.
Breaking Travel News is joined by Althea Been, senior press & protocol officer, office of the premier, Turks & Caicos, during the World Travel Awards Caribbean & North America Gala Ceremony at Sandals Grande Antigua Resort & Spa.
Dr. Hubert Fulford, chairman, Turks & Caicos Islands Tourist Board at the World Travel Awards Caribbean & The Americas Gala Ceremony 2012
A US$10m redevelopment of the passenger facilities at Providenciales International Airport in Turks & Caicos has been announced by Airports Authority chief executive John Smith. The planned expansion will nearly double the size of the terminal to better accommodate the 500,000 passengers who pass through the airport each year.
Turks & Caicos set for big year Hon. Wayne Garland, Executive Chairman, Turks & Caicos Islands Tourist Board unveils a range of new products and exciting events for the coming year. Interviewed at ITB 2008 for BTN.