BWIA to launch second weekly service from Manchester to Caribbean

21st Jun 2004

BWIA West Indies Airways is to launch a second weekly service from Manchester to Barbados continuing to Port of Spain and Tobago. Commencing 20th June 2004, the outbound flight will operate on Sundays, departing at 1115 hours from Manchester and arriving at Barbados at 1455 hours, Port of Spain at 1635 hours and Tobago at 1840 hours.
The return flights operate on Saturdays with effect from 19th June 2004, departing Tobago at 1545 hours, Port of Spain at 1725 hours, Barbados at 1900 hours and arriving into Manchester on Sunday at 0830 hours.

Flights are operated by an Airbus Industrie A340-300 with the Port of Spain to Tobago sector operated by a Dash 8 Q300 aircraft.

BWIA continues to operate a weekly Friday flight on the same route. Economy Fares for both flights start as low as £329 plus taxes from Manchester to Barbados and £1149 in Business/First Class. Travel agents and tour operators have a selection of competitively priced holidays using this service to St Vincent, St Lucia, Grenada and Antigua in addition to Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago.


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