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Airfares to Barbados?

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I am in the early stages of planning a trip to St. Vincent and the Grenadines for two weeks in May. I have been checking airfares from the New York area to Barbados and the fares have been very high, or so I think. Today I did find a fare from JFK to Barbados on Delta for $408. There is a stop in Atlanta and we'll be traveling for 97 thousand hours, but any non-stop flights were very expensive.
My question, is this about the best fare we'll find and should I book it?
I realize that when you travel to a remote place like the Grenadines there will be no bargain airfares, just trying to get an idea of what is about the low.
Thanks for any input or advice you can offer.
KathyH

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