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Antigua and Barbuda Flight Deals

You’ve been saving for a brand-new smartphone, but your mobile plan will keep. You know what won’t? Your annual leave. Those precious days of freedom are ticking slowly towards their expiration date. Why would you want to live an entire year without dancing on a tabletop or getting as lost as Chris Columbus in another city? Tis barely a life at all! Sounds like it’s time to book one of the best deals on cheap Antigua and Barbuda flights on lastminute.com.au.

If you thought flights to Antigua and Barbuda were out of the question, you haven’t seen the fares on lastminute.com.au. You might say our fares are so low you have to drop it like it’s hot to pick them up. And while that’s not exactly true, we wouldn’t judge you if you did it anyway. In any case, when you grab a huge discount on your flight, we’re happy to report that you’ll still have a healthy budget for spontaneous late-night purchases. You know, for when you really need to buy a fedora and oversized pretzel from some downtown street vendors at 1 a.m. (we’ve all been there).

At lastminute.com.au, we make it easy to compare cheap flights to Antigua and Barbuda from loads of different airlines. Once you find an itinerary that works for you, booking the flight is as easy as forgetting the bartender’s name after your third drink. There’s no reason to wait—start booking your ticket now, and you’ll be sitting on your suitcase to force it shut in no time (you can never pack too many trousers, we get it).

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Question : What airlines fly to Antigua and Barbuda?
    Answer : Check out some of the most popular airlines that fly to airports in Antigua and Barbuda:
    • American Airlines operates 44 flights per week from Los Angeles to Antigua and Barbuda.
    • Sibaviatrans operates 36 flights per week from Plymouth to Antigua and Barbuda.
    • Delta Air Lines operates 28 flights per week from Atlanta to Antigua and Barbuda.
    • Leeward Islands Air Transport operates 26 flights per week from Barbados to Antigua and Barbuda.
    • Iberia Airlines operates 21 flight per week from Raleigh to Antigua and Barbuda.
  • Question : What sights should I see in Antigua and Barbuda?
    Answer : Antigua and Barbuda is full of popular attractions. First, we recommend visiting Antigua and Barbuda's top sights like Half Moon Bay Beach in Freetown and Jolly Harbour Marina in St. John's. When you are done there, why not visit other hotspots like Long Bay in St. John's or Admiral House in English Harbour? There are so many great places to see in Antigua and Barbuda that you won't be disappointed on your next adventure!
  • Question : What are the best hotel deals in Antigua and Barbuda?
    Answer : In case our epic Antigua and Barbuda hotels deals weren't enough, we're going to give you the inside scoop on some the popular hotels in Antigua and Barbuda. Check out these great hotels near famous points of interest around Antigua and Barbuda:
    • Jolly Beach Resort & Spa All Inclusive is located in the popular city of Antigua and Barbuda and has a 3.00 star rating. This Antigua resort fronts a white-sand Caribbean beach 1.5 km (1 mi) long, on the island's west coast; downtown St. John's is 10 km (6 mi) away and the airport is 16 km (10 mi) northeast.
    • Buccaneer Beach Club is located in the popular city of Antigua and Barbuda and has a 3.00 star rating. Nestled on the beach, this St. John's aparthotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Runaway Bay Beach and Dickenson Bay Beach. Fort James is 2.6 mi (4.1 km) away.
    • Trade Winds Hotel is located in the popular city of Antigua and Barbuda and has a 3.00 star rating. Set atop a hill above Dickenson Bay on Antigua's northwest coast, this 51-room hotel offers sweeping views of the Caribbean and catches trade-wind breezes.