Flights to Grenada
We can offer you flights to Grenada with British Airways and Virgin Atlantic, both departing from London Gatwick, as follows:
British Airways (Scheduled flight)
Wednesdayand Saturday (Year round): making a stop in St Lucia in both directions
Virgin Atlantic (Scheduled flight)
Monday and Friday up to 23rd October 2020: making a stop in St Lucia in both directions up until 5th June 2020 and from 8th June 2020 the flight will make a stop in Antigua in both directions.
Monday and Thursday from 5th November 2020: making a stop in St Lucia in both directions up until 5th June 2020 and from 8th June 2020 the flight will make a stop in Antigua in both directions.
How long can I stay for?
We can offer holidays in increments of seven nights flying with both of the above airlines and of course can combine the Saturday/Wednesday flights with British Airways and the Monday/Thursday-Friday flights with Virgin Atlantic to create 10/11 night holiday durations.
How long are the journeys?
The flight time can vary depending on the route, but it is generally 9.5 – 10.5 hours. This includes a short stop in St Lucia/Antigua en route.
What classes of travel are available?
British Airways offer three or four classes: World Traveller (Economy), World Traveller Plus (Premium) and Club. First Class may be available on selected dates/routes. See our classes of travel section for full details.
Virgin Atlantic offers three classes: Economy, Premium Economy and Upper class. See our classes of travel section for full details.
Can I pre-book my seats?
The simple answer is yes; however whether this is a free or payable service depends on a variety of things such as class of travel, if you are an Executive Club/Flying Club member or travelling with children etc… As your flights are also part of a package holiday, in some circumstances, we may need to issue your airline tickets before seats can be allocated.
Again the answer is yes; We will pre-allocate your seats for you, so let us know if you have any particular seating preferences. However, Economy passengers who wish to travel in Exit row seats/economy seats in the Upper deck of the aircraft will need to pay the extra supplement.
We will provide detailed information when you book, but we would also direct you the airline’s website for the latest information:
What is the baggage allowance?
As information can change without notice we would direct you to the relevant airline’s website for the latest information: