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Posted 14 May 2023

Cheap Non-stop BA flights from London to Antigua & Barbuda from £393 (Oct) or high season for £411 @ SkyScanner

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Now cheaper fares! Cheap flights from London to Antigua starting at only £393 for a round-trip with British Airways!

The Caribbean is a fantastic place to chill out after your daily routine! Antigua is the perfect choice for getting relaxed under tropical sun on the stunning sandy beaches. One of the British Leeward Islands is known for the 365 white beaches that make up its coast.

Travel dates:
October 2023 to February 2024 (daily availability except Thursday)

London – Antigua – London

Baggage allowance:
One cabin bag per passenger
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  1. harps87's avatar
    Don't forget the approx. £80/100 USD visa on arrival cost complete con. Visas are such a big money making scam shouldnt exist in this day and age.
    EmperorMack's avatar
    Uk passport holders do not have to pay for a visa if staying under 90 days.
  2. htfc99's avatar
    Anyone know decent place to stay ?
    Sunil_Mair's avatar
    Verandah resort is really nice
  3. Tryp's avatar
    What's it like price-wise in Antigua & Barbuda for say a beer or a meal out? Just seen the currency is East Caribbean Dollars which I'd not yet heard of, £1 to $3.3
    Setch20's avatar
    We did the Caribbean earlier this year, we didn't do Antigua & Barbuda, however visited a few islands. generally, beer and alcohol etc works out very cheap, although food generally worked out expensive. Unfortunately the exchange rate doesn't help going from the U.K. right now.
  4. TristanDeCoonha's avatar
    Yet it is over £208 for a return train ticket for Southampton to Glasgow, a mere 600 ish miles. Sometimes there is no reason
    TheShape's avatar
    600 miles of tracks, electrical lines, signal cabling, trackside, trackside fencing, intermediate stations, level-crossings etc to maintain.
  5. zioni's avatar
    Hate when they don't add a checked bag into the price on skyscanner
  6. jcsnewcastle's avatar
    When is high season?
    Bilaal_Al-Afriki's avatar
    October is hurricane season
  7. DryUrEyesMate's avatar
    Looks like it says london gatwick airport which is not london
  8. johnsymes's avatar
    if selecting Netflights as your booking agent please check their reviews before booking.
    Best to select BA
  9. lowfoon's avatar
    Does it include a parachute?
  10. kolibri's avatar
    Can’t find the high season tickets for £411?
  11. Gregme's avatar
    Thanks for.share, voted hot
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