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50% off flights to the Caribbean with bmi

19th June 2007 Print
Airline bmi is offering passengers the chance to jet off to the Caribbean islands of Antigua and Barbados, with its lowest ever fares. For one week only bmi has, for the very first time, slashed its fares on its Caribbean routes by over 50% in all three cabins – economy, premium economy and the business. (Please note that travel periods apply).

Flying direct from Manchester to Antigua once a week and Barbados twice a week, holiday makers looking to escape the UK rain can take off for the Caribbean in economy for a guaranteed price of £299 return including taxes.

Kick back and relax in premium economy, enjoying the extra leg room and exceptional in-flight service for half the price at just £499 return including taxes.

Alternatively indulge in bmi’s award-winning business cabin, allowing the dedicated cabin crew to spoil you and the on-board chef to cater for your every whim. Return fares in the business to both Antigua and Barbados are just £899 return including taxes.
Antigua and Barbados are two of the most popular Caribbean islands, both offering visitors stunning scenery, wonderful white sandy beaches, crystal clear water and an abundance of character and charm.

Just eight hours away with bmi, the Caribbean is a tranquil destination, ideal for those looking to unwind in a relaxing setting.

bmi currently flies direct from Manchester to Antigua once a week, on Friday, and to Barbados twice a week, on Monday and Saturday.

All bookings must be made online before midnight on 21 June 2007. Travel must be completed between 31 August and 15 October 2007. For full details, please visit