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Aer Lingus heads to Barbados for winter 2022

Aer Lingus flights from Manchester to Barbados will return for take-off this coming winter, with the non-stop route recommencing from November 2 2022.

Flights are on sale now for travel from November 2, 2022 between Barbados and Manchester every Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. The route is operated by Airbus A330-300 aircraft, offering both a Business Class cabin with 30 fully lie-flat seats with 287 seats in Economy.

Flight EI031 will depart Manchester at 11:00 am arriving in Barbados at 4:35 pm local time. The returning EI030 flights from Barbados to Manchester will depart at 6:4pm local arriving into Manchester at 7:10 am the following morning.

Customers unable to wait until November to fly to Barbados can book now with Aer Lingus, with flights operating this season until April 29, 2022. They can also book the flights as part of a holiday package, thanks to the airline’s partnership with British Airways Holidays.

To make travel easier and more streamlined, Aer Lingus has partnered with VeriFLY, a secure and easily navigable travel pass app that enables customers to keep all their COVID-19 related documents in one place and fully verified before travel. Aer Lingus has also recently introduced a Travel Tool to remove the uncertainties of travel restrictions and entry requirements for all Aer Lingus destinations..


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