Virgin Atlantic is operating a very limited flight schedule due to restrictions on international travel to and from the UK.
The airline is operating limited flights to Atlanta, Barbados, Delhi, Hong Kong, Lagos, Los Angeles, Miami, Mumbai, New York JFK and Tel Aviv.
Flights to Antigua, Cape Town, Grenada, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, Montego Bay and Shanghai are suspended until February 2020 at the earliest.
Due to the closure of Terminal 3 by Heathrow Airport, Virgin Atlantic has relocated to Terminal 2. Virgin Atlantic has suspended all flights at London Gatwick for the foreseeable future.
All Virgin Atlantic Clubhouses worldwide are closed. The Upper Class Wing and “Revivals” lounge at London Heathrow are closed.
Virgin Atlantic will fly to the Caribbean island of St Vincent from June 2021.
Virgin Atlantic has permanently suspended Newark, and has also cancelled plans to launch Sao Paulo.
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