£50 off flights to Barbabos now from £399 return with 20kg luggage and meals included @ Thomas Cook
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£50 off flights to Barbabos now from £399 return with 20kg luggage and meals included @ Thomas Cook

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Found 18th Jul 2017
Nice bit of late summer / winter sun for you! Save £50 per person on Thomas Cook flights to Barbados when you book by midnight on 30th July and fly between October 2017 and April 2018. Flights available from Gatwick and Manchester as part of the Thomas Cook big Barbados sale.

Lots of dates available at the moment and you get 20kgs hold luggage as standard, 6kgs carry on baggage and your meals while you are on the plane too.

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"Woah I'm going to Barbados"
Good deal
Haha yes that's the one.
Proper summer song.
Never traveled with Thomas Cook would anyone recommend them for this long haul flight? Always traveled with virgin and had no problem.

Just looking at prices for January an i would be saving over a grand with Thomas Cook over Virgin.

I travel back to Barbados a few times a year so I know what to expect when travelling there.
ThugBasher

Never traveled with Thomas Cook would anyone recommend them for this long … Never traveled with Thomas Cook would anyone recommend them for this long haul flight? Always traveled with virgin and had no problem.Just looking at prices for January an i would be saving over a grand with Thomas Cook over Virgin.I travel back to Barbados a few times a year so I know what to expect when travelling there.


ThugBasher - Used them for Florida last year and California this year - absolutely fine. You pay for alcohol, but that's fair enough given the price.

Good staff. Good planes, plenty of leg room (I'm 6'2) and no hassle at all.
ThugBasher

Never traveled with Thomas Cook would anyone recommend them for this long … Never traveled with Thomas Cook would anyone recommend them for this long haul flight? Always traveled with virgin and had no problem.Just looking at prices for January an i would be saving over a grand with Thomas Cook over Virgin.I travel back to Barbados a few times a year so I know what to expect when travelling there.



Depends where you're flying from. A few years ago, Thomas Cook had a habit of flying the Newcastle flight back to Manchester and bussing everyone back to Newcastle - as long as you were back in the Toon within 4 hours of expected Newcastle arrival they could get away with it. For that reason I would never fly with them. Thomson (especially Dreamliner) are much better in my opinion.
Go with Thomson nicer aircraft and staff. Their planes always breaking down.
ThugBasher

Never traveled with Thomas Cook would anyone recommend them for this long … Never traveled with Thomas Cook would anyone recommend them for this long haul flight? Always traveled with virgin and had no problem.Just looking at prices for January an i would be saving over a grand with Thomas Cook over Virgin.I travel back to Barbados a few times a year so I know what to expect when travelling there.



My mum used TC to fly longhaul from Gatwick to Cape Town (12 hours flight).

It was quite no-frills, so the films were old, you have to pay for headphones and pay for drinks but those were pretty much the only downsides. Oh, and the seats didn't have those head rest wing thingys so if you're in the middle seat you've got nowhere to put your head, so avoid a middle seat if possible.

The plane was fairly new, the legroom was good, the food was fine, the seats comfortable enough, staff friendly and generally good.

Not as luxurious as BA or Virgin but the price difference was huge (£400 with TC and £900 with BA!).

Having said that, BA & Virgin aren't what they used to be and are becoming increasingly no-frills so the difference is becoming slimmer.
Edited by: "sicklysweet" 18th Jul 2017
Flown last two years to Barbados on Thomas cook from Manchester
First year it it was brilliant a newly refurbed plane and food soft drinks and ice cream handed out regularly, entertainment very good lots of choice, last year was on an older plane and it appeared service had been cut back

note from Manchester they only do one direct flight to Barbados weekly the other 3or 4 flights go to st lucia, Antigua or Tobago unload passengers (and pickup passengers) and then another hour to Barbados, all flights home are direct from Barbados .
with this in mind you can easily do two holidays in one getting a liat airlines flight onto Barbados (add 55-120 US dollars per person) I'd recommend Antigua (over St Lucia)

price wise i de I was looking a few weeks ago for January18 prices where £380-420 so with £50 off I'm tempted just need a babysitter
ps. Thomson appeared to pull the Manchester flights last year.
Pps only TCook offer low prices on singles, I noticed virgin charge pretty much a return price for one way single ticket, hence choosing TC
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 19th Jul 2017
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