Virgin Atlantic, one of the world's leading airlines, has been revealed as a ‘CoolBrand’ for 2009/10, by the Superbrands organisation. Virgin Atlantic was the only travel company to feature in the Top 20, and was the clear winner of the Travel category.
Virgin Atlantic, the award-winning long-haul airline, has unveiled its new baggage policy, making it as easy as 1, 2, 3, for travellers. From 25 November 2009, Virgin Atlantic will be introducing a “piece system” across its network for all tickets booked after that date.
Virgin Atlantic passengers can now organise their travel documents at the same time as their flight tickets through a new partnership announced this month.
Passengers travelling on Virgin Atlantic, one of the world’s leading long-haul airlines, can now book Eurostar tickets for onward high-speed journeys between London, Paris and Brussels.
Sir Richard Branson, President of Virgin Atlantic, has warned that the UK Government’s plans to increase taxes on air passengers are out of control and will hurt passengers, the aviation industry and developing regions such as the Caribbean and Africa.
Virgin Atlantic and V Australia have joined forces in a new loyalty programme agreement which allows travellers to earn miles when flying on the networks of both airlines.
Virgin Atlantic is offering its passengers a great incentive to get their holidays off to the best start this summer. Between 1 July and 31 August 2009, all passengers travelling from Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester and Glasgow Airports who check in online will receive £6 off their duty free shopping onboard the flight.
Research released today from Virgin Holidays has found that almost a fifth (18%) of UK holidaymakers start suffering the symptoms of post holiday blues before they even board their return flight, with the exact time it takes for symptoms to start a mere 6.21 hours after landing – just enough time to collect your bags, get home and stick the kettle on!
During Virgin Atlantic’s 25th anniversary, the airline hopes to give something back to its loyal customers and travellers, by launching vTravelled.com. This website has been designed as a Travel Community, a place for travel lovers to easily share their stories and experiences across the world.
Virgin Atlantic and Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) are delighted to announce a new code-sharing agreement under which both carriers will offer more convenience and choice to travellers.
Virgin Atlantic, one of the world's leading long-haul airlines, this month celebrates 20 years of flying to Tokyo. Virgin Atlantic first launched flights between London and Tokyo in May 1989 and has since carried nearly 3m passengers on the popular route. Originally departing from Gatwick, the service moved to Heathrow in 1991.
Virgin Atlantic has been celebrating 25 years in the sky by re-creating the inaugural flight from the 22nd June 1984. Furthermore, Sir Richard Branson topped off the celebrations by announcing a $2.1 Billion order 10 Airbus A330’s.
Virgin Atlantic, one of the world’s leading long haul airlines, is offering its customers a special birthday present every week until its 25th birthday on 22 June 2009. This week it is an amazing offer to Chicago, with a special fare of £279 for a return flight in Economy and £599 for a return flight in Premium Economy (both prices include taxes and charges).
Virgin Atlantic has announced that it is introducing a new programme ‘Curtain Up!’ to its inflight entertainment system onboard flights in June. ‘Curtain Up!’ showcases the best shows in London’s West End, helping passengers decide on what shows to see when staying in the city.
Virgin Atlantic, one of the world’s leading long-haul airlines, today said that pretax profits increased to £68.4 million during the last financial year, up from £34.8 million the year before.
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