Virgin Atlantic Returns to Orlando and Las Vegas
The magic of Orlando and the bright lights of Las Vegas are now one step closer, as Virgin Atlantic will resume operations on the 8 November, the same day that the US borders reopen.
Connections between the Big Apple and the north of England are also receiving a boost, with flights between Manchester Airport and New York also resuming.
Following the news that transatlantic travel can resume for fully vaccinated visitors, Virgin Atlantic is keen to ensure its customers can take to the skies quickly and is offering customers the earliest possible opportunity to reconnect with loved ones or take that much anticipated holiday.
Services to Orlando will depart daily from both London Heathrow and Manchester. The route is currently the most booked across Virgin Atlantic’s global portfolio, reaffirming the pent-up demand for families and thrill seekers to enjoy the magic of Florida’s top destination.
To meet with the increased demand, the airline will deploy the newest, largest plane in its fleet, the Airbus A350-100 from the 8th -14th November on its Heathrow to Orlando route.
Las Vegas flights will operate daily from London Heathrow on the airline’s Boeing 787-9, with daily services from Manchester to New York resuming on an Airbus A330.
Virgin Atlantic offers unlimited free date and flight changes for new bookings as part of a series of enhancements to give further flexibility to customers and support their future travel plans.
Alongside the improved changes policy, the rebooking horizon has been extended for all customers all the way until 30 April 2023, giving a broader window of time to reschedule plans if needed.