- Lost and Found
The Airports Authority’s Security handles lost items. They may be contacted at the entrance to the international departure lounge. You may contact them by dialing 649-246-9775 or sending an email to email@example.com.
To request a page, simply speak to any Airport Security Officer or airline representative in the check-in area.
- Tourist Information Counter
The Turks and Caicos Islands Tourist Board operates Tourist Information Counter in the international arrivals baggage claim area. The counter is open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, 365 days a year. Services provided include:
- Airport and tourist information
- Resolving customer complaints
- Assisting with ground transportation
- ATMs / Bank
There is no full service Bank located at the airport, however, there are two ATM terminals. One is located in the international check-in area and the other is located outside the customs hall.
- Currency Exchange
There is no foreign currency exchange booths available at the airport. There are three commercial banks withing 10 minutes driving of the airport, CIBC, Royal Bank of Canada and ScotiaBank.
- Food / Dining
There is one restaurant, Gilley’s Cafe, located in the terminal building adjacent to the international checkin area. Several delis are located in the international departure lounge.
Airport Inn, located within 2 minutes driving from the airport, offers travelers the convenience of an airport location, 25 rooms and fine dining. For more hotel information, call (649) 946-4701.
- Internet Access
FREE Wi-Fi service provided by LIME is available in the international departure lounge.
- Language Assistance
There is no official language assistance service, however some airline staff may be of assistance with Spanish, French and Creole.
- Rental Cars
Rental Car agents are available outside the international arrivals hall.
- Luggage Carts
Within the terminal, carts are provided free of charge to arriving domestic passengers however for a fee of US$5, carts are available to international arriving passengers. As an option, Skycap service is available for departing passengers.
There are a variety of duty-free shops offering an assortment of merchandise ranging from jewelry to wines and spirits, and island craft. All the shops are located within the international departure lounge.
- Traveling with Pets
There is no animal relief area at the airport. Click here to see government requirements for pets.
- VIP clubs and Lounges
There is a VIP lounge available to departing and arriving passengers. more information
- Money Transfer
There are no money transfer agents at the airport, however, Western Union and MoneyGram are located withing 5 minutes driving of the airport.
- Wheelchair Service
Courtesy wheelchair service is offered through the air carriers upon request. To make sure a wheelchair is available at the proper time, it is best to reserve one in advance of your flight departure or arrival by contacting your airline. Wheelchair assistance may also be requested at airline ticket counters.