interCaribbean Airways launches competition to name new plane

5 December 2013

interCaribbean Airways (formerly Air Turks & Caicos) is getting a new plane and wants its customers to give it a name.

Recently the company unveiled its new name, brand and logo to reflect the Greater Pan-Caribbean along with the expansion of air service in Western Caribbean in the upcoming months. The company will shortly take delivery of its next aircraft painted in the new brand colours, and has invited the citizens and residents of the islands the company services to help select the name for the new plane.

The winner of the competition will be flown to Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands to officiate at the christening ceremony of this aircraft, along with two round trip tickets to any of the airline´s destinations.

To enter simply visit, and start your journey with interCaribbean Airways by entering the competition from the home page.

Air Turks & Caicos is the national carrier of Turks & Caicos Islands, operating a fleet of Embraer 120 and Beech 99 aircraft, with flights domestically to Grand Turk and South Caicos, and International flights to Santo Domingo, Puerto Plata, Santiago in the Dominican Republic, Cap Haitien and Port Au Prince in Haiti, Kingston in Jamaica and Nassau in the Bahamas. New Services to San Juan commence in early 2014. Flights may be booked online at