British Airways Increases Service to Caribbean, Americas

British Airways will be increasing the number of flights to the Caribbean starting from March 27, 2011 from London Gatwick.

Service to Barbados will increase from 10 to 12 flights a week, as flights to Antigua will increase from five to six a week and the St Lucia - Port of Spain service will increase to daily flights from five a week. In addition, a new route to Cancun, to be launched in November, is increasing from two to three flights for summer 2011. The airline is also increasing its flights to Tampa from five to seven a week.

Another highlight recently announced includes a new direct flight to Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires and Sao Paulo will have their own daily direct flights from 2011 on. Currently the route stops first in Sao Paulo before going on to Argentina's capital.  


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