Barbados welcomes three inaugural flights to open EU, American markets

Barbados: Three inaugural flights touched down earlier today at the Grantley Adams International Airport, as Barbados moves forwards to expand its European and American markets post COVID-19 pandemic.

First flight United Airlines 388 from Newark landed in Barbados after 12 PM which was led by Barbadian pilot Captain Ryan Padmore. United Airlines 390 followed at 2:50 pm from Dulles, Washington;
while the third flight, Virgin Atlantic 233 from Edinburgh, Scotland, arrived at 4:15 pm.

Among other officials Miniter of International Transport and Tourism, Senator Lisa Cummins was among the officials welcoming the crew and passegers of all three flights into Barbados.

Barbados official welcoming United Airlines at International airport
Barbados official welcoming United Airlines at International airport