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More flight options from the UK to Las Vegas

It has been reported that Virgin Atlantic will terminating their London Gatwick-Las Vegas McCarran service for flights after March 31 2019, replacing the service with a new route operated out of London Heathrow.
Virgin Atlantic currently operates 7 weekly flights to Las Vegas using B747-400 equipment.  From March 31 2019 the carrier will launch a new service out of London's largest gateway (LHR) which will be operated using B787-9 aircraft.

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New flight options available between London and Las Vegas

It has been reported that that Virgin Atlantic will be terminating their London Gatwick-Las Vegas McCarran service for flights after March 31, 2019 - and that the service will be replaced with a new route operated out of London Heathrow.
Virgin Atlantic currently operates 7 weekly flights to Las Vegas using B747-400 equipment.  From March 31, 2019, the carrier will launch a new service out of London's largest gateway (LHR) which will be operated with B787-9 aircraft.

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Las Vegas - More flight options from LHR and new flight options from LGW

It has been reported that that Virgin Atlantic will be terminating their London Gatwick-Las Vegas McCarran service for flights after March 31, 2019 - and that the service will be replaced with a new route operated out of London Heathrow.
Virgin Atlantic currently operates 7 weekly flights to Las Vegas using B747-400 equipment.  From March 31, 2019, the carrier will launch a new service out of London's largest gateway (LHR) which will be operated with B787-9 aircraft.

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Going stateside from Manchester with Virgin Atlantic and Delta Air Lines

For customers based in the north of the UK, there are lots of great options when flying to the US this Summer. From Manchester, Virgin Atlantic and Delta Air Lines offer daily nonstop flights to Orlando with regular nonstop flights to Atlanta, New York JFK and Barbados.

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Go further with Virgin Australia

Virgin Atlantic has expanded its codeshare deal with Virgin Australia, creating more travel options between the UK and Australia – and giving customers the opportunity to travel around the world purely on Virgin airlines.

Virgin Atlantic passengers will be able to buy tickets now for flights from 2nd July flying to Sydney, connecting in Hong Kong onto Virgin Australia. The new Sydney service is in addition to Melbourne codeshare flights launched earlier this year.

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Virgin's twice daily London to Johannesburg service

Virgin Atlantic has announced a second daily service between London Heathrow and Johannesburg OR TAMBO Airport. The new service will begin flying in winter 2018 with the first flight departing on 28th October 2018. The new flights are now on sale and will be operated by Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. With two flights per day to South Africa’s biggest city, Virgin will carry over 300,000 customers annually – helping to support tourism and trade between the two nations.

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More long-haul options for Scottish passengers with Virgin Atlantic and Flybe

Virgin Atlantic and Flybe have extended their partnership to offer Scottish customers all the advantages of Virgin's Manchester route network, making it easier to transfer to long-haul flights. Flybe's Glasgow to Manchester route is now included in their codeshare deal so passengers in Scotland can connect to and from Virgin Atlantic flights, with one boarding pass and have their bags checked through for the entire journey.

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More choice to the US with Virgin Atlantic and Delta Air Lines

Joint venture partners Virgin Atlantic and Delta Air Lines are expanding their summer schedule to give customers a better choice of flights from the UK regions: London, Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Belfast, to the US this summer.

Delta resumes the UK’s only direct seasonal services from London to Salt Lake City from 2nd April and to Portland, Oregon, from 4th May. Virgin Atlantic will re-introduce seasonal flights between Manchester and Las Vegas, San Francisco and Boston. Virgin will also treble the number of seats available between Belfast International and Orlando.

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Introducing a new way to fly Economy with Virgin Atlantic

Recognising that one size actually doesn’t fit all, from spring 2018 Virgin Atlantic will introduce three new ways to fly economy – ‘Economy light, Economy Classic or Economy Delight’ The airline announced on its website that customers will have the option to choose the product that best suits their budget and travel style – without having to compromise on the inclusive food, drink, service or inflight entertainment.
Sounds great, so here’s what you get with each of the new fares:

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Virgin announce three new ways to fly

Virgin Atlantic are launching three new Economy services - Economy Light, Economy Classic and Economy Delight as part of a multi-million pound investment in their Economy cabin.

The three new ways to fly will allow customers to choose the product that suits their budget and travel style without compromising on inclusive food and drink, unrivalled service, and inflight entertainment.

Economy Delight offers the leading economy product of any UK airline - customers will enjoy a seat with 34 inch legroom, priority check-in and boarding as well as advanced seat assignment.

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