(CBC) From June 14, Barbadians will have another option to travel to select locations in the region.
This as international airline Virgin Atlantic will introduce inter-island flights, offering service between Barbados, Grenada and St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
In a release the airline said the new flights, which will operate on its flagship A330-300 planes, will provide both international and local customers more opportunities to explore the Caribbean.
Initially flights will operate between the islands twice a week, increasing to 3 times weekly from October. Services will be available to book from May 27, with flights starting from US $307.