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Flights to Grenada

                                        Flights to Grenada are with British Airways or Virgin Atlantic from Gatwick.
                         Two highly professional airlines running regular scheduled flights to this wonderful island. 
                                 Excellent customer service and a daytime schedule make the journey comfortable.
                                                           No rush - no fuss  -  always the best start to a holiday.

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Flights to Grenada are with British Airways or Virgin Atlantic, two of the best airlines in the world. You can relax and start to enjoy your well-deserved holiday. The service on board is excellent - meals and drinks are free of charge - luggage allowances are higher and seats are more spacious than the usual "holiday" charter flights. Flights to Grenada are direct with a short stop, both ways, on St Lucia of around 45 minutes.  

We know how the flights work – it’s our job

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Grenada has no mass tourism and flight schedules need some work to get the best for you. We always check flights around your preferred departure dates AND the two airlines - to make absolutely sure we get the best price and schedule. Companies that lack that specialised knowledge - and automatic booking machines online - are unable to match that level of care and attention to your holiday. It is important to know, when preparing your holiday proposal, to know which days of the week you can travel – as we will always look for the best fare and schedule for you – and give you the best options for you to decide.
Return flights are always overnight – giving you the opportunity to get some sleep during the journey. The flight arrives early morning the day after departure.

We are a UK based ATOL licensed Company

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Any payment you make for a flight inclusive holiday is safeguarded by our ATOL licence issued by the Civil Aviation Authority. Our ATOL licence is an important guarantee for your peace of mind.

We are also bound by European consumer protection laws - which protect consumers against misleading advertising and information.

Travel websites, comparison sites and accommodation suppliers, in the UK or the Caribbean, without an ATOL licence have no such guarantee and are not allowed to sell flights in the UK.
Websites / suppliers based outside the UK are not bound by UK law.
Two very important reasons for buying from a UK based company with an ATOL licence. 

Booking with us is easier - cheaper - safer

Peace of Mind for Travellers

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Excerpt from CAA leaflet – Peace of Mind for Travellers -
"Many holidaymakers now plan so-called "DIY holidays", …these holidays are not protected in the way a holiday package bought from a single holiday company would be under the ATOL Scheme."  

"Booking direct" is more hassle and more expensive – with no guarantees.
Click on the leaflet image to read the full advice from the CAA

We are a UK registered ATOL bonded tour operator – ATOL number 6811
All the flights and flight-inclusive holidays on this website are financially protected by the ATOL scheme. When you pay you will be supplied with an ATOL Certificate. Please ask for it and check to ensure that everything you booked (flights, hotels and other services) is listed on it. Please see our booking conditions for further information or for more information about financial protection and the ATOL Certificate go to: www.atol.org.uk/ATOLCertificate. Click the ATOL logo on the right for more information.

There are no special visas (or vaccinations) required for Grenada. On arrival on Grenada you will be met by our transfer company representative. If you have arranged vehicle hire with us, you will be met by a representative of the vehicle hire company. We shall give you directions, but the vehicle will also have a map. You can't get lost on this small island. All the accommodation is within 20 minutes of the airport. We estimate, on average, around two hours from landing until you are in your room or in the ocean.