Port of Spain: British airline Virgin Atlantic is resuming its flight services to the Caribbean country of Trinidad and Tobago from today (Saturday, January 29, 2022). The flight will operate from London’s Heathrow Airport and Tobago’s ANR International Airport.
Chief Commercial Officer at Virgin Atlantic, Juha Jarvinen, earlier made the announcement on January 19, 2022, via tweet, which states, “Tobago, we’re back! I’m thrilled to announce the restart of @VirginAtlantic’s much-loved services between @HeathrowAirport and Tobago @visit_tobago from January 29. With the sale still on, there’s never been a better time to book at https://virg.in/4nDw.”
The resuming flight service will operate two times a week, that is, on Tuesdays and Saturdays. The passengers who are planning their visit to Trinidad and Tobago can book their tickets.
Meanwhile, praising the Caribbean island, the British airlines cited, “An uncrowded, unspoiled, inexpensive and incredibly beautiful Caribbean island. One that’s in harmony with nature and takes its responsibilities to future generations seriously. The island is Tobago,” while giving the title of “Tobago – paradise found“.
“The Caribbean is one of the most fascinating and diverse regions on earth, with jaw-dropping scenery and nature at its most magnificent,” the website added.
About Virgin Atlantic:
The airline was established in the year of 1984 as British Atlantic Airways. It was originally planned by its – co-founders – Randolph Fields & Alan Hellary, to fly between London & the Falkland Islands. Soon after the name of the airlines was changed to Virgin Atlantic Airways, Fields sold his shares in the company after disagreements with Richard Branson over the management of the company. The maiden flight from Gatwick Airport to Newark International Airport took place on June 22 1984.
Virgin Atlantic, a trading name of Virgin Atlantic Airways Limited and Virgin Atlantic International Limited, is a British airline with its head office in Crawley, United Kingdom.