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Direct return flights to Barbados this winter 🏝️

£200+ cheaper than flying with Virgin

From £427

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Fly direct to beautiful Barbados this winter starting from £427 -- similar flights with Virgin or British Airways are £650 or more!

How come the flights are so cheap? The flights are with Norwegian low-cost airline Norse Atlantic Airways and so you don't get a meal, checked bags or really any extras.

To be honest, a Pret sarnie at the airport will do us but, if you want to pay extra you can add on a meal as well as add some checked luggage. Or just take some flip flops and a can-do attitude,


  • Fly from London Gatwick to Bridgetown, Barbados

  • Dates spanning December and January

  • Booking is made with Norse Atlantic Airways via Kayak

Example booking

4-11 January below

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