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Flying Business Class to Antigua: The Best Start to a Holiday

Picture perfect beaches and amazing Caribbean cuisine await on your next holiday to Antigua, but why settle for the journey being any less luxurious than the rest of the holiday? With business class flights to Antigua, you won’t need to worry.

When flying business class to Antigua the journey is filled with inclusions, both big and small, that make the flight part of the holiday. From increased luggage allowances and priority check-in and boarding to access to the business class lounge and a fully flat bed to ensure that you are rested and relaxed before even seeing a beach. Experience the best start to your holiday and contact a specialist at Just Fly Business today for your business class flights to Antigua.


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Business Class Flights to Antigua

  • Business class flights from £1,199

Luxury holidays and business class flights to Antigua have never been more popular thanks to our tailored service. Our experienced travel consultants will ensure that your business trip or luxury holiday to the tropical Caribbean island is serviced with a personalised, memorable touch.

Our goal is to cater for you from start to finish, by taking care of your flights, airport transfers and car hire. We want you to start your adventure to the island in the most stress-free, yet exciting, way imaginable.

Things to see in Antigua

Shirley Heights Antigua

Fort Barrington, St. Johns

Fort Barrington is one of the most spectacular and imposing historical sites in the whole of the Caribbean, and it remains an exceptionally popular Antigua landmark. This British fort, which looms ominously over the golden coastline, was actually built in 1779 to present the island from French invaders and it has retained much of its structural identity.

A short but steep hike to the top of the fort also reveals spectacular, panoramic views of Antigua, so it makes for a rewarding trip on multiple levels.

Shirley Heights, The English Harbour

A staple feature of all tailor made tours in Antigua, Shirley Heights is a truly stunning landmark that offers views of the nearby English Harbour and Nelson’s Dockyard. These hills directly overlook the Dockyard on the east, while they are named after the famous governor who built the original fortifications.

A must for nature lovers and adventurers alike, the locals also host a barbecue every Sunday evening where people congregate to share good times.

The Galley Bay Beach, St. Johns

The most popular and glorious beach in the whole of Antigua, Galley Bay lies on the coast of St. Johns and the picturesque peninsula of Five Islands. Blessed with deep, blue waters and surrounded by miles of golden coastline, it is a quite beautiful location the offers value to everyone, whether they want to bask in the afternoon soon or explore the fascinating Caribbean coast.

Things to Do in Antigua

stingrays swimming

Go Shopping at Redcliffe Quay

With cheap business class flights to Antigua now available, you will have more money to spend when buying gifts for your loved ones! With this in mind, you should definitely make plans to visit the unique and culturally significant Redcliffe Quay, which is a former slave compound that has been regenerated as a vibrant shopping district.

Home to high quality products and independent stores, it is also a great place to source craft items and home-made jewellery.

Eat Out at the Antigua Chippy

Fish and chips remain an iconic dish around the world, and this coastal eatery offers some of the best quality food imaginable. Located between the Siboney Hotel and Marina Bay in St. Johns, it serves classic fish and chips and a host of other seafood dishes that have been given a unique, Caribbean twist. Ideal for a quick lunch or an evening meal under the stars, this is a vibrant and fresh outlet that delivers the finest in modern street food.

Snorkel at Stingray City

Let’s face facts; no holiday to Antigua or any Caribbean Island would be complete without some form of snorkelling adventure! Why not make the most of your spare time by visiting the thrilling Stingray City, which is located in the picturesque St. Phillip’s Parish. Here you can plunge the turquoise waters and interact with Antigua’s Southern rays, which just so happen to be among the friendliest known to man!

Antigua’s Business Venues

Antigua Conference Hall

The Verandah Resort and Spa

While cheap business class flights to Antigua are now abundant, so too is the selection of business venues in the region. Take the lavish Verandah Resort and Spa, for example, which is located along Antigua’s quiet and pristine Northeast coastline and serves as a natural choice for conferences, and seminars.

Anchorage Inn Hotel

If you are looking for an ideally and centrally located venue, you need look no further than the Anchorage Inn Hotel. Situated close to Dickenson Bay, three spectacular beaches and an 18-hole golf course in St. Johns, it provides a comfortable and relaxing environment that is perfect for meetings and team bonding events.

Carter’s Guest House

Located right by Antigua’s bustling airport, Carter’s Guest House is a comfortable resort that offers amenities like an on-site restaurant, car rental and various conference rooms. It is also just 15 minutes from the centre of St. Johns, and it remains a hugely popular business venue.

Antigua’s Nearby Cities

While Antigua’s all-inclusive holidays are legendary, this destination is also a commercial hub within the Caribbean. It’s largest city St Johns is home to numerous business venues while Antigua can also be used to access central locations in Barbuda.

Looking to island hop? Antigua is also close to other Caribbean nations such as St. Kitts & Nevis, Montserrat and Guadeloupe, while islands such as Barbados and St. Lucia can be reached on small flights making the perfect opportunity for a multi-centre holiday.

Is Business Class to Antigua Worth the Price?</h2?
In one word… yes!

Think about it… when you are going away on a luxury holiday to a beautiful tropical island, the last thing you want is to arrive exhausted from the 8 hour flight and have the first day or 2 ruined by feeling run down. With dedicated check-in desks and priority boarding, as well as the ability to relax in a quiet and comfortable airport lounge with a glass of bubbles, the airport experience is a breeze. On top of that, the smaller and quieter cabin complete with ample space, and the restaurant quality meals and personable service all mean that this feeling of luxury stress-free travel stays with you all the way until you land.

Lastly, the return flight is always going to be overnight and the ability to stretch out in a fully flat bed and get some quality sleep means you won’t land feeling like you need another holiday.

Which Airlines Offer Business Class Flights to Antigua?

If convenience is front of mind for your next holiday, both UK based scheduled airlines offer direct services to Antigua depending on the day of the week. British Airways fly every day to Antigua and with the implementation of the new club suite being rolled out across their fleet, the journey is even better. Alternatively, Virgin Atlantic offers four flights a week from London to Antigua in their Upper Class cabin.

Those looking to pair a beach escape with city break and still receive a great offer on a business class flight to Antigua may look into one-stop options transitting through North America. American Airlines, Delta and Air Canada all offer connecting flights through Miami and New York, Atlanta and Toronto respectively. With an enforced overnight stay due to flight schedules, it’s the perfect opportunity to visit a second destination on the way there while also saving.

Antigua Fast Facts

  • Currency = East Caribbean Dollars (XCD)
  • Time Zone = GMT – 4 hours (The UK is 4 hours ahead of Antigua)
  • Fly From = Gatwick, Stanstead and Manchester
  • Hottest Months = June and July

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