Aviation News

October 4, 2010

British Airways Boosts Caribbean and Florida Schedule for Summer 2011

Following better-than-expected success on its Caribbean and Florida routes in 2010, British Airways will increase service to many of these destinations for the summer of 2011.

  • Barbados will increase from 10 to 12 flights per week.
  • Antigua will increase from 5 to 6 flights per week.
  • Port of Spain, Saint Lucia from 5 flights per week to daily service.
  • Cancun, which will be launched in November, will increase from 2 to 3 flights per week.
  • Tampa will increase from 5 to 7 flights per week.

All of these destinations are served from London-Gatwick (LGW).

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