InterCaribbean Airways the airline carrier of the Western Caribbean, based in the Turks & Caicos Island, operating for the last 23 years, offers more flights in the region than any other airline, now makes travel even more convenient for travellers to the Caribbean since it launched an interline agreement with British Airways.
Travelers from Europe can now plan their business or leisure trip and via British Airways and its appointed agents and issue a single ticket purchase for their journey combining their British Airways and InterCaribbean Airways flights.
This airline currently serves 12 cities in 6 countries in the Caribbean with several new cities set to launch before the end of the year.
British Airways is set to add an additional service to Providenciales with the winter 2015 schedule.
“InterCaribbean Airways new interline ticketing agreement with British Airways increases the travel choices of travellers coming to the Caribbean, whether a two or three island trip, travellers can pick their choices. Over the last 18 months InterCaribbean retimed its schedule to create convenient “to and through connections” giving many travellers in the region choices never before available. With this new agreement we are proud to be able to partner with British Airways said Trevor Sadler, CEO of InterCaribbean Airways.