Virgin Atlantic has recently unveiled its plans to significantly broaden its network with the launch of exciting new routes across three continents, with a brand new aircraft.
Strengthening the commitment to customer service and connectivity, this network growth - which are expected to start from the second half of 2023 - comes as the airline capitalises on sustained demand for international travel, with customers set to benefit from 250,000+ additional seats across the network, compared to 2019.
The new flight services will connect London Heathrow with exciting destinations around the globe, the first of which being South America with a daily new flight to São Paulo, Brazil - one of the most populous cities in the world. In addition, the airline has announced the continuation of its Indian expansion with a new route to Bengaluru (Bangalore), new routes to the Maldives and Turks and Caicos, as well as inter-island flying in the Caribbean, between Barbados and Grenada and St Vincent and the Grenadines. Plus, the return of seasonal operations to Dubai, running between October - March four times per week.
It’s an exciting time for Virgin Atlantic, and these route additions reflect the airline’s ambition and desire to continue delivering on its promise of connecting people with the world.