A top destination for British holidaymakers, Barbados is known for its white sands, turquoise waters, and tropical climate. Its coral reefs, caves, and nature reserves are also appealing, as well as the island’s duty-free shops, scuba diving facilities, and energetic nightlife.
Enter this tourist favourite through Barbados Airport in the nation’s capital, Bridgetown. A 45-minute bus ride will take you to the city for less than £1.
British Airways flies to Barbados from London (Gatwick) Airport daily on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, and twice a day on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Book a seat in World Traveller economy class, which promises value for your money, as well as stress-free air travel. You won’t sacrifice comfort either, with the planes’ ergonomic seats, blankets, cushions, and socks.
Flyglobespan, is a low-cost carrier with a base in Glasgow International Airport. You’ll get to Barbados on board a Boeing 757-200 or a Boeing 767-300ER. Flight schedules vary.
One of the most popular airlines in the world, Virgin Atlantic, is also the first to use a biofuel blend for commercial flights. With 'safety, security, and consistent delivery' as their motto, the airline is committed to decreasing its environmental impact. You can expect this on your Barbados flights daily from London - Gatwick and weekly from Manchester.
BMI flies to Barbados weekly from Edinburgh and Glasgow, and twice a week from London Heathrow and Manchester. Their economy class flights include a “comfort kit,” complimentary newspapers, and programmes on seat-back screens. You can also buy meals on-board.