British Airways, from the 28th day of March 2007 will be operating all the flights to Barbados that used to be operated by BWIA. To this end, British Airways will have 10 direct flights to Barbados year round.
When you book Caribbean Airlines from London to Barbados or vice-versa, you will fly on a British Airways aircraft.
BA 2155 will depart LGW daily at 11:20 am and arrive in Barbados at 14:50hrs.
BA 2153 will depart on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10am and arrive in Barbados at 13:30hrs
BA2153 will depart on Saturdays at 09:55hrs and arrive in Barbados at 13:25hrs.
BA 2153 will depart BGI on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 14:30hrs and arrive in Trinidad at 15:30hrs.
BA 2153 will depart BGI on Saturdays at 14:25hrs and arrive in Trinidad at 15:25hrs.
BA 2152 will depart Trinidad on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 17:00hrs and arrive in Barbados at 17:55hrs.
BA 2152 will depart Trinidad on Saturdays at 16:55hrs and arrive in Barbados at 17:50hrs.
BA 2154 will depart BGI daily at 16:40hrs and arrive LGW at 0545hrs the next day.
BA 2152 will depart BGI on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 18:50hrs and arrive LGW at 07:55hrs the next day.
BA 2152 will depart BGI on Saturdays at 18:55hrs and arrive LGW at 0800hrs the next day.
So that’s it folks. Just though you would be interested to know. What I should also highlight now is that you can book travel from Barbados to Trinidad onboard British Airways. Tickets will cost $300.81USD approximately, which is more expensive than Caribbean Airlines and the others.
This schedule will be permanent. So even in September and October, 10 flights a week from British Airways will be arriving. The Saturday flight which currently has a 5 minute difference from the others will be in sync from November this year. Flight times will alter as day light saving comes and goes.
As normal, Virgin will have their regular 8 weekly flights. 7 from LGW and one from MAN using a 747-400. BA will be as usual, operating 10 777's.
If you have any questions, just ask, I'll be glad to answer.