Virgin Atlantic Airlines

One of the most famous names in transatlantic air travel, Virgin Atlantic has been operating flights that connect Britain to the United States and the far east for more than thirty years. Today, the airline has a presence in five continents, but it began life with only a single route which operated between London and the Falkland Islands. Today, the company has expanded to become the seventh largest airline in terms of annual passenger numbers.

With a fleet of Boeing and Airbus planes, Virgin Atlantic is able to offer a three tier service that positions itself as the premium choice for transatlantic travel, where the individual customer experience is the priority. This aim has been reflected by the numerous innovations and pioneering features that Virgin Atlantic has brought to its service throughout the years: from exclusive departure lounges in specific airports, to personal in-flight entertainment systems for passengers in all classes.

Virgin Atlantic Airfares on Sale

Virgin Atlantic Airfares on Sale

WashingtontoLondonDep: Sun 09/Jul/17Ret: Sat 15/Jul/17$2,345Select Flight
WashingtontoLondonDep: Sun 09/Jul/17Ret: Sat 15/Jul/17$2,345Select Flight

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Virgin Atlantic flys to:
Mumbai, Boston, Delhi, Newark - Newark, Hong Kong, Washington - Dulles, New York - John F Kennedy International, Johannesburg, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, London - Heathrow, Manchester, Orlando, Miami, Tokyo - Narita, Chicago - OHare, Beijing (Peking), Shanghai, San Francisco, Singapore

What people are saying about virgin atlantic right now:

Twitter: From user 'lsve, Stella Dee'
To be bougie & fly with Lufthansa or not? ?? I think not. I'll just fly first class on virgin Atlantic for all that
Virgin America will be the Latest Airline Brand to Disappear - TWC News
In this Sunday, Aug. 23, 2015, file photo, a Virgin Atlantic passenger plane crosses a waxing gibbous moon on its way to the Los Angeles International Airport, in Whittier, Calif. Alaska said Wednesday, March 22, 2017, that it will retire the Virgin ...
Twitter: From user 'ACDAC'
RT @thompatterson: I'm a SUCKER for 4 engines & middle landing gear! A Virgin Atlantic Airbus A340-600, Flight 110 leaves ATL runway 27R to…
Monday Memo: A first flight for the 787-10, and home price data - The Seattle Times
TODAY: Virgin Atlantic celebrates its new route between Seattle and London as the inaugural flight lands Monday at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Virgin founder Richard Branson will be among the passengers. TUESDAY: Case-Shiller releases its ...
Virgin Media's new campaign from BBH: we bring you more rubbish quicker - More About Advertising | Insights into Advertising
Wasn't that Virgin Atlantic's pitch when its ad featured leggy cabin crew as opposed to the rather less compelling yuppies rushing off to meetings it offers now? (Sorry adam&eve). Virgin Media and Virgin Atlantic are only vestigially related theses days.
Twitter: From user 'BonVoyageurs'
Virgin Atlantic London weekend features Four Seasons Park Lane! #luxury #travel #London
Incident: Virgin Atlantic A346 near Halifax on Feb 23rd 2017, cabin pressure problems affect crew - The Aviation Herald
A Virgin Atlantic Airbus A340-600, registration G-VGAS performing flight VS-9 from London Heathrow,EN (UK) to New York JFK,NY (USA), was enroute at FL400 about 170nm southwest of Halifax,NS (Canada) when problems with the cabin pressure ...
Twitter: From user 'Luxury List'
RT @BonVoyageurs: Virgin Atlantic London weekend features Four Seasons Park Lane! #luxury #travel #London https://t…
Richard Branson Says Goodbye to Virgin America - Men's Journal
Many years ago, I shed tears over selling my beloved Virgin Records for $1 billion, which we needed to fight off British Airways' Dirty Tricks campaign to try to put Virgin Atlantic out of business. Many tears are shed today, this time over Alaska ...
Twitter: From user 'Noemí Cosani'
RT @BonVoyageurs: Virgin Atlantic London weekend features Four Seasons Park Lane! #luxury #travel #London https://t…
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