Virgin Atlantic has outlined its winter holiday destination schedule while admitting that flights are subject to change due to travel restrictions.
Barbados frequency is to rise from a weekly flight from Heathrow to three times a week from October 12 and four a week from October 26.
Daily flights are planned from December 14 using a new Airbus A350-1000.
The Caribbean island will also be served from Manchester three times a week from October 25, rising to five flights a week from December 21.
The airline plans a return to Jamaica with Heathrow-Montego Bay flights starting three times a week from October 2, going up to five a week from December 21.
Antigua, Grenada, Tobago and Cuba flights are planned to restart on October 26 from Heathrow.
Virgin Atlantic also plans to resume a service from Heathrow to Johannesburg from October 18 and Cape Town from December 10.
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