Air Turks and Caicos Announces Name Change

By Jesse Sokolow on 20 November 2013
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The airline's old livery

An aircraft with the  old livery

Air Turks and Caicos, the flag carrier of the Turks and Caicos Islands in the Caribbean, announced it is changing its name to InterCaribbean Airways.  The new name is meant to represent the airline’s expansion of service in the western Caribbean in the near future.

As part of the change, the airline created new livery for its aircraft.  The logo includes design elements of palm trees, flamingos, air, and the sea.

Air Turks and Caicos offers domestic and short-haul international flights to various destinations in the Caribbean.  The airline also offers charter flights.

The carrier was founded in the 1990s as Interisland Airways.  It currently operates a fleet of six Embraer 120 and Beech 99 aircraft.

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