Virgin Atlantic’s Airbus A330 connects Barbados to Scotland

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The Virgin Atlantic had scheduled its flight that will connect Barbados to Scotland. The list of flight includes Airbus A330 from Wednesday to Sunday. The prices of the tickets are starting from £ 419 per person. The passengers who would choose to travel by this airline can choose any cabin from upper class to premium.

Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Senator Lisa Cummins, welcomed the news by saying that the fact that the decided fresh route has been Scotland’s only nonstop flight to the Caribbean. This is something that everyone in Barbados should be proud of. It will also be the first time Virgin Atlantic has flown international flights from Edinburgh. It has been a significant historic traveller for both Scotland and Barbados. They will look forward to showing Scottish travelers that Barbados is a safe destination, which is ready and waiting for them.


Minister of Tourism said, “The establishment of this new service offers even more connectivity options for Scottish holidaymakers, business travellers and residents. We are working for the diversification of routes, the airlift to support these routes and new destinations that can partner with Barbados for marketing and partnerships. with multiple destinations, so it’s in line with Barbados’ policy and something we will build on.”

Edinburgh Airport is mentioned as the largest and busiest airport in Scotland, serving more than 12 million passengers a year.

Nikki Goldsmith, Head of the Caribbean at Virgin Atlantic, said that Barbados had been the heart of Virgin Atlantic in the Caribbean from the beginning. Not only have they significantly expanded capacity to the island with the launch of their latest aircraft, the A350, but they are delighted to be flying from three local gateways, from London, Manchester and their new home in Scotland, Edinburgh. Their new flights indicate that more customers than ever before could experience Barbados’ beautiful beaches, equisetic cuisine, and rich culture.

Scottish Transport Minister Graeme Dey said: “I welcome this news about Virgin Atlantic’s commitment to Scotland and the launch of their new service from Barbados to Barbados. It is encouraging to see that airlines are currently making their connections with Scotland. developed, and I’m sure passengers will welcome this news.”


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