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A boost in air connectivity to Antigua and Barbuda is coming for the summer and winter seasons. The Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority hosted a welcome reception at the Routes conference to network with airline officials, the travel trade, media, and regional and governmental officials.

Antigua and Barbuda To Recieve Increase from Domestic and International Carriers

Following successful discussions between Antigua and Barbuda Tourism officials and American Airlines, the destination will see increased flights from key U.S. hubs. Starting Dec. 5, 2024, daily flights from Charlotte, NC, to V.C. Bird International will commence and continue throughout the winter season. The Miami route will also maintain two daily flights year-round, offering consistent service from Miami International.

Delta is set to increase service to twice weekly from Atlanta during the winter seasons of 2024 and 2025. JetBlue will also boost its flights from three times weekly to daily in the summer of 2024, while United will offer daily services during the winter months.

This growth in airlift from the most significant source markets is crucial to supporting the increase in rooms with new properties opening, such as the Royalton Chic.

Other notable successes include Westjet maintaining two weekly flights year-round from Canada and Condor restarting direct service from Frankfurt during the winter season from November 2024 to April 2025. British Airways, the largest carrier serving the destination from the UK, is exploring arrangements for daily service for the upcoming winter season. With three tagged flights and four terminals, this will mean more airline seats for Antigua.

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