Return full-service flights from London to Barbados from £368

Please note that this deal has now expired.

Does Barbados in Spring sound good to you? If so, Thomas Cook Airlines can whisk you off for a week in the sun for just £368 return. One single flight combination is coming out at this price - 16th to 23rd March, with wider availability at the £399 price point.

Sample itineraries

Compare flights on Kayak London > Bridgetown
Return | 20kg checked bag | 16 Mar > 23 Mar | £368pp

Compare flights on Kayak London > Bridgetown
Return | 20kg checked bag | 09 Feb > 16 Feb | £399pp

Compare flights on Kayak London > Bridgetown
Return | 20kg checked bag | 09 Mar > 16 Mar | £399pp

These flights include luggage and a James Martin meal, so present exceptional value.

You'll find plenty of hotel availability via, or hire a villa on Airbnb from £71 per night. Read our beginners guide to Airbnb, which includes a £25 credit for your first booking.

Important: Prices are correct at the time of publishing, however they are subject to change at any time depending on availability. Some promotional prices will be strictly limited by tour operators or airlines. Special terms and conditions may apply.

About Barbados

Average flight time: 08hrs and 14 mins

Renowned for its incredible beaches, Barbados is an island with so much more. As well as white powdery sand and stunning turquoise waters, you'll find awesome nightlife, a Unesco World Heritage–listed cruise ship capital in Bridgetown, real surf on the isolated east coast and all of it inhabited by a warm and welcoming local population.

Located in the eastern Caribbean, Barbados is an independent British Commonwealth nation that sits outside of the principal Atlantic hurricane belt - useful to know when considering your next Caribbean adventure between June and November.

There's a lot to see on this incredible island from St Nicholas Abbey, one of the oldest plantation houses in the Caribbean, to The George Washington House, Oistins' bustling seaside fish market and Speightstown, with its old colonial charm and battered façades. Read our full destination guide here.

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