You can fly nonstop to Barbados from Atlanta (Delta), Miami (American), and New York–JFK (JetBlue). Caribbean Airlines offers connecting service from Miami and New York via Port of Spain, Trinidad, but this adds at least two hours to your flight time even in the best of circumstances and may not be the best option for most Americans. Barbados is also well connected to other Caribbean islands via LIAT. Mustique Airways and SVG Air connect Barbados to St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Many passengers use Barbados as a transit hub, sometimes spending the night each way.
Not all airlines flying into Barbados have local numbers. If your airline doesn't have a local contact number on the island, you will have to pay for the call.
American Airlines (800/744–0006 in Barbados only; 246/428–4170. www.aa.com.)
Caribbean Airlines (246/429–5929 or 800/744–2225. www.caribbean-airlines.com.)
Delta Air Lines (800/221–1212 in Caribbean; 800/241–4141 in U.S. www.delta.com.)
JetBlue (877/596–2413 in Barbados, landline only; 800/538–2583 in U.S. www.jetblue.com.)
LIAT (246/428–0986; 246/428–7101; 888/844–5428 in Caribbean. www.liat.com.)
Mustique Airways (246/428–1638. www.mustique.com.)
SVG Air (246/247–3712. www.svgair.com.)
Grantley Adams International Airport (Christ Church. 246/428–7101. www.gaia.bb.)