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Flights to Antigua And Barbuda

Flights to Antigua And Barbuda from the UK

Which airport to flights to Antigua land in?

Flights to Antigua and Barbuda land at VC Bird International Airport (ANU), located five miles (8km) northeast of St John's.

Are there direct flights between the UK and Antigua?

There are few direct flights to Antigua and Barbuda from the UK, however there are plenty of connecting flights from most major UK cities, including London, Manchester, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Many flights include a layover in Barbados, Dominica, or St Lucia.

How long is the flight from London to Antigua?

The flight time from London to Antigua is approximately eight to nine hours, not including stopovers.

What is the time difference between London and Antigua?

London is four hours ahead of Antigua and Barbuda.

Which airlines fly to Antigua and Barbuda?

Virgin Atlantic flies from London Gatwick, Edinburgh, Manchester and Aberdeen.
American Airlines has Antigua flights from London Heathrow, Manchester and London City.
British Airways offers flights from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester, Newcastle, Aberdeen, Isle of Man and Jersey.
Air Canada flies from London Heathrow.
United has flights to Antigua from London Heathrow, Glasgow, Belfast and Birmingham.
Delta flies from London Heathrow.


Flights to Antigua And Barbuda from the USA

Are there direct flights between the US and Antigua?

There are direct flights to Antigua and Barbuda from the US, including from New York and Miami. Most other major US airports will have indirect flights to Antigua.

How long is the flight from New York to Antigua?

The flight time from New York to Antigua is approximately four hours.

What is the time difference between New York and Antigua?

There is no time difference between New York and Antigua.

Which airlines fly to Antigua and Barbuda?

Many airlines fly directly to Antigua, including American Airlines, United, British Airways, Air Canada and jetBlue.


Airports in Antigua And Barbuda

V C Bird International Airport(ANU)

The airport is located on the northeast corner of Antigua, five miles (8km) from St. John's.

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