Virgin Atlantic Is Adding More Flights to Antigua


Virgin Atlantic is adding new flights to one of the Caribbean’s buzziest hotspots, Antigua and Barbuda.

The transatlantic carrier will be expanding its Antigua service from three weekly flights to four weekly flights.

That change will come into effect beginning June 8, 2020, according to a statement released by Virgin Atlantic.

The flights will be operating from London Gatwick to Antigua.

We’re evolving our Caribbean offering to make sure we continue to serve destinations most loved by our customers,”the company said.

Virgin also announced it would be moving its service from London to Havana, Cuba from London Gatwick to Heathrow.



  1. Why would Virgin be adding flights to Antigua when according to those guys on Observer Radio Antigua tourism is the worst ever. Somethings just do not ad up.

  2. It does seem somewhat curious. BA are either on strike, thinking about going on strike or hoping to go on strike so I always fly virgin. The planes are smaller now and often fly down on capacity. Perhaps the mighty bearded one knows something we don’t. Praise be the good lord Richard for spinning a good yarn. Branson for prime minister I think, just not sure which country loves him the most.

  3. If tourism isn’t bad then why is the revenue for September so low 5hat we can’t even pay salaries????
    Our main industry has to be in a slump for us to be struggling to meet our financial obligations.

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