Virgin Atlantic To Resume Flights From July 202007/06/2020
Virgin Atlantic is set to resume its flights from July 2020. Passengers will continue to fly with the airline to their favourite holiday destinations.
The airline is already popular among travellers those love to travel many of their holiday destinations in particularly in USA.
As the airline to resume its services. It will only carry passengers only from Heathrow Airport .
However, Virgin Atlantic will continue to carry passengers to Orlando, Hong Kong, Shanghai, New York JFK and Los Angeles.
The airline may add other destinations this including departure from other airports in the UK. Once the government relaxes its travel restrictions.
But, once Virgin Atlantic will re-launch its services after post Coronavirus pandemic. Passengers will have to follow stricter hygienic policies before travelling with the airline in order to stay safe.
Corneel Koster, Chief Customer Officer, Virgin Atlantic commented: “Our teams have been working tirelessly to ensure that the health and safety of our airport and onboard experience offers peace of mind to our customers when travelling with us. Our medical experts are working closely with all relevant U.K. and international health and aviation authorities to ensure we adhere to, and on many occasions exceed the guidance they are offering, whilst continuously reviewing and updating the measures we have in place to keep our customers and teams safe.”
There are additional information available from here.
Since, the beginning of the pandemic many airlines called to government for bailouts in order to survive in the industry. Virgin Atlantic is among them.
UK’s popular airline easyJet announces to resume its flight services from June 2020.
You will also find more information about different airlines to resume in UK after COVID-19.
Previously in 2019, Virgin Atlantic announced to launch its flights services from Heathrow to Havana during summer 2020. But, it is yet to see when the airline will launch its flight services to Havana.
Meanwhile, Virgin Atlantic is promoting summer 2021 flights to different holiday destinations to reserve a year in advance.