Virgin Atlantic will resume flights to the Caribbean islands of Antigua and Grenada from October 26 utilising its 787-9 aircraft. Two flights a week are planned for each island, joining the four weekly flights to Barbados and twice weekly flights to Montego Bay, Jamaica. Both Antigua and Grenada are currently included in of the UK FCO’s travel corridor list, allowing quarantine free travel for customers. As countries around the world start to relax travel restrictions, Virgin Atlantic plans to expand its network even further, with services from London Heathrow to Boston launching on November 21 and Lahore, Islamabad and Cape

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