Articles Tagged ‘Barbados’

Aer Lingus launches first non-stop transatlantic service from Manchester to Barbados

Aer Lingus launches first non-stop transatlantic service from Manchester to Barbados

Aer Lingus has launched its first transatlantic service from the UK, with its non-stop route from Manchester to Barbados. Meanwhile, from 1 December, the airline will begin operating its first ever non-stop flights from Manchester to New York JFK.

Virgin Atlantic to launch routes from Edinburgh to Barbados and Orlando

Virgin Atlantic to launch routes from Edinburgh to Barbados and Orlando

Virgin Atlantic will set up home in Edinburgh later this year, offering direct services to Barbados and Orlando. The route to Barbados will be Scotland’s only direct service to the Caribbean and will launch on 5 December 2021. Flights to Orlando will launch on 30 March 2022.

Aer Lingus to ‘craic’ non-stop UK-US market – data showcases recent DUB-hub success

Aer Lingus to ‘craic’ non-stop UK-US market – data showcases recent DUB-hub success

Aer Lingus confirms non-stop transatlantic flights from Manchester to New York JFK, Orlando and Bridgetown in 2021, followed by a Boston service in 2022. anna.aero looks at how Aer Lingus has grown traffic via Dublin from the UK since 2016, and how fares have developed from Manchester.


New Caribbean Airlines services from Trinidad and Barbados to London Gatwick set to stimulate demand

New Caribbean Airlines services from Trinidad and Barbados to London Gatwick set to stimulate demand

The UK has strong historic links with many parts of the Caribbean, but which country markets have the biggest air travel demand from the UK? And which markets have grown fastest in the last decade? When did demand peak?

REDjet suspends operations; blames Caribbean protectionism

REDjet suspends operations; blames Caribbean protectionism

Following the Caribbean low-cost airline REDjet’s unexpected suspension of operations last Friday, it’s back to business as usual for the region’s flag carriers. But which routes are left behind and who are the potential beneficiaries? Who is to blame? And most importantly, is REDjet coming back?

REDjet reveals details of low-cost Caribbean operations

REDjet reveals details of low-cost Caribbean operations

Finally, a Caribbean-based low-cost airline will take to the skies in May. Which routes will it be operating with which aircraft type, and what competition will it face on each route? And how low are the introductory fares?