Air travel to Barbados
Air Travel to Barbados From North America
In recent times the Barbados Tourism Authority has made a big effort to increase the airlift into the island especially during the peak winter period between November and April.. The main air carriers making trips to Barbados from the USA are American Airlines, US Airways, Jet Blue, American Eagle, Caribbean Airlines (formerly BWIA) and Air Jamaica.
If you are traveling from Canada, Caribbean Airlines (formerly BWIA) and Air Canada also offer air travel from Toronto and gateway flights from Montreal and Halifax. Jet Blue started its much publicize low fare service from North America in 2009 this has been a wonderful addition to one of the island's top tourism markets.
Find more about Jet Blue's competitive prices and
excellent service... Currently Jet Blue have two direct
flights departing JFK International to Barbados daily a
morning flight which arrives at Grantley Adams
International around 1:45 pm and a late night flight which
departs JFK at 11:00 pm.
Flights to Barbados From Manchester, London and Europe
The United Kingdom is a major market for visitors to
Barbados so if you are traveling from the UK there are
direct flights from Manchester and London by British
Airways, BA make direct flights to the island 12 times per
week. Virgin Atlantic Airlines, Caribbean Airlines
(formerly BWIA). Condor Airways also operates flights to
the island from Frankfurt. Martinair operates out of
Amsterdam and LTU operates from Dusseldorf .
You may also get charter flights during the busy winter season from gateways across the UK. If you are looking for great value for your money Virgin Atlantic offer some amazing fares to Barbados. These fantastic fares are available in all their Economy, Premium Economy and Upper Class cabins.
Barbados Flights From The Caribbean and South America
Last but certainly not least if you are traveling from
any of the other Caribbean islands or from south america
there are a number of airlines with routes to Barbados,
these include Air Jamaica, Caribbean Airlines (formerly
BWIA), Liat, and Air Mustique.
Recently to increase airlift out of South and Latin America, Columbian national carrier, Avianca has introduced a new non-stop flight to Barbados. The airline departs El Dorado International Airport in Bogota, Columbia, and lands in Barbados on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
This new service from Avianca gives travelers a connections between Barbados, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Santiago de Chile, Buenos Aires, Panama City, Mexico, Lima and San Salvador via Bogota.