New direct flights to Barbados on Virgin Atlantic

 The UK is  well served by direct flights to Barbados. British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and Thomas Cook all run direct flights to Barbados from the UK.

Direct flights to Barbados

Virgin Atlantic flies direct to Barbados from Manchester and London Gatwick

British airways currently fly 12 times a week from London Gatwick and Virgin Atlantic flies daily from London Gatwick and once a week from Manchester in the summer months and twice a week from Manchester in the winter months.

Thomas Cook Airlines fly from London Heathrow and from a number of regional airports including Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow.

The really good news is that starting from April 2017, Virgin Atlantic are increasing the number of direct flights they do from London Gatwick and Manchester.

They will operate 2 non-stop direct flights from Manchester on Mondays and Thursdays and in July and August there will be a third weekly service on Saturdays. These will be on the Airbus 340 with upper class capacity increasing from the current 14 seats a weeks to 66 seats a week (and 99 in July and August). The Manchester flights depart at 2pm so are excellent timings getting you to Barbados before nightfall.

For those wishing to fly from London Gatwick, the current number of flights will increase from 7 to 9 direct flights a week. There will also be many same day connections from other airports in the UK and Ireland as well as Paris, Milan and Amsterdam.


Direct flights to Barbados

BA flies direct to Barbados from Gatwick

If you are British and flying to Barbados from the UK there are no entry requirements save for a valid passport with not more than three months left to run on it.

If you know your dates it couldn’t be easier to book a direct flight and we will find a lovely villa for you to stay in.

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