Countries served by Virgin Atlantic Airways
Cities served by Virgin Atlantic Airways
Virgin Atlantic AirwaysVirgin Atlantic Airways was formed by mega-mogul Sir Richard Branson in 1984 and specializes in long haul flights from London to North America, Africa, Middle East, Australia, and Asia. US passengers are connected to Virgin's worldwide network with flights from New York (JFK), Newark, Boston, Washington Dulles, Miami, San Francisco, and Los Angeles to London Heathrow, and from Las Vegas and Orlando to London Gatwick. Virgin offers three distinct classes of service. Their Economy class cabin was one of the first to offer personal entertainment systems in every seat, a service copied by dozens of other international carriers since. Virgin also a Premium Economy cabin that offers dedicated check-in service, priority boarding, 38 inch seat pitchm, and stylish purple leather seats. And last but certainly not least, Virgin's renowned Upper Class offers a seemingly endless perks including virtually private "suites".
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Average Age of Fleet :
Home City :
Heathrow Intl. Arpt.
Gatwick Intl. Arpt.
According to the World Airline Survey 2009: 1st Place for Best Premium Economy Class, 1st Place for Best Business Class Lounge, 3rd Place for Best Business Class Airlines, 3rd Place for Best Inflight Entertainment
According to the World Airline Survey 2007:
1st Place for Best Business Class Lounge,
2nd Place for Best Business Class, and
5th Place for Best In-Flight Entertainment.
According to Travel and Leisure 2007: 6th Place for Best International Airline
According to the World Airline Survey 2006: 3rd place for best inflight entertainment and 1st place for best business class lounge.
According to the Travel & Leisure Top 500,2006: 4th place international Airline of the year.
Frequent Flyer Program :
Frequent Flyer Partners :
Caribbean Star Airlines (8B)
Air China (CA)
Continental Airlines (CO)
Delta Air Lines (DL)
Frontier Airlines (F9)
Gulf Air (GF)
Hawaiian Airlines (HA)
America West Airlines (HP)
Air Jamaica (JM)
Malaysia Airlines (MH)
Lauda Air (NG)
All Nippon Airways (NH)
Air New Zealand (NZ)
South African Airways (SA)
Scandinavian Airlines/SAS Braathens (SK)
Singapore Airlines (SQ)
Tyrolean Airways (VO)