Deal alert: Newcastle and London to Barbados from £349 return for last-minute travel

Oct 28, 2019

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If you need a quick last-minute break before Christmas, then why not head to Barbados with TUI? The carrier is advertising direct return flights from Newcastle (NCL) and London (LGW) to Barbados (BGI) from as little as £349 return.

The flights are operated by the airline’s 787 Dreamliner aircraft, which promises more comfort than other, older jets in its fleet. The fares are only available on set dates in November and December and are likely to fill up fast.

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The best way to find these fares is to head straight to TUI’s website and enter the departure airport as Newcastle (NCL) or Gatwick (LGW) and the arrival airport as Bridgetown (BGI). You will then be shown the dates that these fares are available to book. Note that they are based on two-week, 14-night holidays.

Airline: TUI
Routes: LGW/NCL to BGI
Cost: £349+ return
Travel Dates: November and December

Here are a couple of examples of what you can book:

Newcastle (NCL) to Barbados (BGI) for £349 return:

London (LGW) to Barbados (BGI) for £349 return:

London (LGW) to Barbados (BGI) for £410 return:

H/T: Secret Flying

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