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COVID-19: Virgin Atlantic Returns to Lagos with A350-1000

As countries begin to lift COVID-19 travel restrictions, Virgin Atlantic has announced the resumption of regular passenger service to Lagos, Nigeria from 23 August, 2020.

When services resume in August, Virgin Atlantic will be returning to Lagos with the new and ultra-modern Airbus A350-1000, replacing the Airbus A340-600 previously on that route.

Virgin Atlantic will also be resuming flights from London Heathrow to other destinations including New York, Los Angeles, Washington, Mumbai, Delhi, Shanghai, Tel Aviv and others.

To ensure the health and safety of passengers, Virgin Atlantic is implementing measures to offer peace of mind including enhanced cleaning practices at check in, boarding gates and onboard.

In the short term, to minimize contact, Virgin Atlantic will also be offering a simplified hot food service in Economy and Premium Economy classes.

Upper Class customers will receive a choice of hot meals, desserts, including cheese & biscuits, which will be delivered to their seat on a tray.

The airline will also be serving a temporary limited alcohol offering to passengers in all classes.

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21 Eyl 2022

We just booked our QATAR 🇶🇦 HÔTEL yesterday for 2 différent short stars of 2 nights and 3 nights for the Final… . Not exactly cheap but ok price for 4.5 Stars luxury and in Doha Center City! Thanks and Good Luck everyone! Vamos MEXICO!


30 Eyl 2022

Wow! Stunning! Hilton seems to be taking Africa by storm. Just a couple of years back, they opened the first ever in Eswatini.


24 Eki 2022

Wonderful event and topics discussed, hopefully we see the manifestations in our African airline businesses in the nearest future. Kudos to you all.


10 Kas 2022

Hi, I'm Lucy. Please how do I embark on my travel/ tour business. I am newbie and help..


18 Kas 2022

Prices in the Sol Torremolinos Don Pablo are the same than two weeks ago.