Virgin Returns To Barbados Mid Year

A major airline in Barbados’ main source of tourists could be coming back to Bridgetown in a matter of months, the carrier said today.

As countries start to lift travel restrictions and demand for travel gradually begins to return, Virgin Atlantic said it expects to increase flights in the second half of the year, with a further, gradual recovery through 2021.

In a press release where Virgin Atlantic confirmed its Caribbean schedule to London Heathrow, using the main London airport to allow seamless connections to the rest of the Virgin network.

When flying resumes “post COVID-19”, Barbados will be joined by Antigua, Tobago, Grenada, Havana and Montego Bay services out of Heathrow, the airline said.

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  1. Are you please able to update us on this article? Would very much appreciate knowing which month Virgin is beginning operations out of Barbados

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