The direct service between Manchester and Barbados has been reinstated by Aer Lingus.
The airline reinstated the route after discontinuing it last year in order to “take advantage of passenger demand for winter sun.”
Up to 30th April, the service will be offered three times per week, on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. An Airbus A330-300 will be used for the flights.
In addition to its other direct routes from Manchester to New York and Orlando, the airline expressed excitement over the return of the service. Prices start at £245 roundtrip.
Susanne Carberry, chief commercial officer, said: “We’re excited to be restarting flights to the Caribbean again this November direct from Manchester, taking advantage of customer demand for winter sun.
“Moving into our second year of operations from Manchester, we are very much focused on offering the best value for our UK customers on flights to the Caribbean and US from the north of England, including our services to New York and Orlando.”
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