The magic of Orlando’s theme parks and the bright lights of Las Vegas come closer after Virgin atlantic announced the resumption of flights to glamorous destinations in the United States.
The roads will resume on November 8, the same day the American borders reopen. The links between New York and the north of England are also strengthened, with the resumption of flights between Manchester airport and the Big Apple.
Services to Orlando will depart daily from London Heathrow and Manchester. The route is currently the most booked in Virgin Atlantic’s global portfolio, reaffirming pent-up demand from families and thrill seekers to experience the magic of Florida’s premier destination.
To meet growing demand, the airline will deploy its newest and largest aircraft, the Airbus A350-100, on its Heathrow-Orlando route from November 8 to 14.
Las Vegas flights will be operated daily from London Heathrow on the airline’s Boeing 787-900, with daily flights from Manchester to New York resuming on an Airbus A330.
Juha Jarvinen, Commercial Director of Virgin atlantic, said, “Our customers are ready to start their adventures in the United States, whether it’s enjoying the magic of Orlando or partying the night away in Las Vegas, so it’s only right that we give them the possibility to fly as soon as possible.
“I am delighted that our Orlando and Las Vegas services begin on November 8, the same day transatlantic travel reopens. We look forward to transporting our customers back to our favorite destinations in the United States safely.
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