British Airways flights to Tobago

British Airways offers one of the most convenient ways to travel to Tobago from the UK – with weekly direct flights now leaving from London Gatwick. Just 10 hours and 40 minutes you’ll be touching down at A.N.R. Robinson International Airport in the heart of Crown Point – the island’s tourism hub, just a few minutes from idyllic Pigeon Point, Buccoo Reef and Store Bay beach facility.
The daytime flight means you land with plenty of time to check into your guesthouse and have a quick dip in a pool before dinner – or relax with a sundowner. If you’d like more flexibility in your Tobago holiday schedule, book one of our flights to Trinidad’s modern Piarco International Airport – just a 25 minute flight from Tobago, with several departures daily. Round trip prices on the Piarco-Tobago airbridge are around £30, or £20 for children aged 2-11. Infants pay just £2.50.
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British Airways offers the option to book seats for 24 hours prior to departure at no cost. There is a generous checked luggage allowance of 23kg, and complementary food and drink along with the latest film releases – part of a wide selection of in-flight entertainment.

Upgrading your ticket to World Traveller Plus offers a premium economy service at an affordable rate. Wider, comfortable seats have more legroom, extra recline and power supplies – making it easier to work, sleep and relax during the flight. Three course meals are served – including special dietary requirement options – and there is a full, complementary bar service. Two pieces of check-in luggage are permitted at no extra cost – as well as two pieces of cabin luggage. And if you need a little more luxury than that – there’s Club World, with private “suites”, seats that convert into fully flat beds, flexible dining options, and a 10.4” flat screen TV.

Book your direct flight from Gatwick to Tobago with British Airways

Responsible Travel would like to thank Visit Tobago for their sponsorship of this guide.
Written by Vicki Brown
Photo credits: [Page banner: Kenrick Mills] [Intro: Adrian Pingstone]