Deal alert: London to Antigua from £379 return with BA
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If you’ve got the sunny sands of the Caribbean on your mind, this deal is for you. British Airways is offering return fares from London Gatwick (LGW) to the island nation of Antigua and Barbuda (ANU) from just £379 return.
The cheap fares are available between October 2020 and March 2021. Keep in mind, too, that BA recently extended its Book With Confidence policy, meaning that if needs be, you have the flexibility to change your ticket without worrying about additional fees.
As of time of publication, Antigua and Barbuda appears on both the U.K.’s travel corridors list, as well as the FCO’s list of countries that it deems safe to travel to. However, like all things about the coronavirus pandemic, that could change at a moment’s notice. Additionally, Antigua and Barbuda is currently open, though with several restrictions.
To book, head to Google Flights and enter London Gatwick as your departure airport and Antigua (ANU) as your destination. Scroll through the calendar function to find the dates and prices that work best for you, and then click through to book directly with BA. Also keep in mind that these are BA’s lowest Economy Basic fares, which don’t include a checked luggage allowance.
Airline: British Airways
Routes: LGW to ANU
Cost: £379+ return
Travel Dates: October 2020 – March 2021
Here are a few examples of what you can book:
London (LGW) to Antigua (ANU) for £379 return:
London (LGW) to Antigua (ANU) for £384 return:
London (LGW) to Antigua (ANU) for £389 return:
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