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Virgin Atlantic has reintroduced its entire US destination portfolio following renewed customer confidence, as well as a strong increase in bookings which is up 50% year-on-year.
This milestone is the first since the outbreak of the pandemic.
Next week will see flights to Seattle and Washington DC, as well as increased services to New York City, San Francisco, and Atlanta.
A third daily service will be offered to Los Angeles from April. This airline serves the city better than any other.
Virgin Atlantic will fly to Orlando from four UK gateways: Heathrow (Manchester, Edinburgh, Belfast) and Manchester (Manchester, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Belfast). This will allow Virgin Atlantic to offer more flights than any other airline from the UK
Seattle flights will depart five-times per week from London Heathrow starting March 2.
Airbus A330 will fly five times per week from London Heathrow to Washington DC starting March 5, providing essential connectivity between both countries’ capitals and re-establishing connections for business and leisure travellers.
Virgin Atlantic, the first US airline since 2015, announced last month that it will be operating four weekly flights to Austin, Texas, starting May 25th.
Juha Jarvinen, chief commercial officer at Virgin Atlantic, commented: “Following the relaxation of travel restrictions, we’ve seen demand increase to many of our global destinations, but particularly to our heartland in the USA.
“Our customers can’t wait to return.”
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