Antigua and Barbuda to receive more US flights after witnessing hike in demand 

As per the new schedule of the airlines, there will be extended daily services from the airports, such as from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York to the V.C. The date will also vary from Agist 16 straight through to November 2. 

Antigua and Barbuda to receive more US flights after witnessing hike in demand 
Antigua and Barbuda to receive more US flights after witnessing hike in demand 

Antigua and Barbuda: The Caribbean country will witness a hike in the number of flights coming from the United States in the upcoming summer season. The American carriers American airline announced an extension of the daily New York service from summer through to the early fall and winter season. 

As per the new schedule of the airlines, there will be extended daily services from the airports, such as from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York to the V.C. The date will also vary from Agist 16 straight through to November 2. 

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Further, the daily service will also be scheduled to end on August 15, and it will again reopen on November 3, 2022. As per the new schedule, Antigua is going to see more number of flights from August 16 through to the end of 2022. 

While explaining the change in the schedule, the Minister of Tourism of Antigua and Barbuda, Charles Fernandez, noted that the Demand for Antigua and Barbuda is hiking day by day as tourist wants to visit and explore the country. All the indications and feedback received by the hotel partners have given us feedback that the country could witness the huge surge in consumer demand.”

Additionally, there are seven flights a week from New York, which has increased from the previous figures as it was only one flight a week, and American Airlines will also continue to operate twice a week from Miami. 

“We have been continually working in making great efforts to the airline, which further encouraged them to maintain the service after the shoulder period. It happened when they would have occasionally pulled back. The Demand for Antigua and Barbuda is facing an all-time hike, and the government is pleased with the great confidence that Airlines of America has been in Antigua and Barbuda, which further put on these additional flights. We are now working some remarkably strong lift coming into Antigua”, underlined CEO of the Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority Colin C. James.