All Virgin Atlantic flights from London remain consolidated at Heathrow. Gatwick flights are suspended for the foreseeable future.
Virgin Atlantic London Heathrow Route Network
Virgin is operating flights to Antigua, Atlanta, Austin, Barbados, Boston, Delhi, Grenada, Johannesburg, Lagos, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Montego Bay, Mumbai, Nassau, New York JFK, Orlando, San Francisco, Seattle, Shanghai, St Lucia, St Vincent & The Grenadine, Tampa, Tel Aviv and Washington Dulles.
Islamabad is suspended from 9 July.
Antigua operates as a tag-on from Barbados instead of non-stop from Heathrow until 28 October 2023.
Virgin will launch a winter seasonal three-times weekly winter seasonal service to the Maldives on 22 October 2023.
The airline will also return to Dubai from 28 October 2023 with a four times weekly winter seasonal service.
The airline will also launch a year-round twice weekly service to Providenciales, Turks & Caicos from 4 November 2023.
Next year, Virgin will fly to Bengaluru daily from 31 March and São Paulo daily from 13 May.
Please see here for full details of former Virgin Atlantic routes.
Virgin Atlantic Ground Services & Lounges
Virgin Atlantic’s Upper Class Wing, Clubhouse and Revivals Lounge are open at Terminal 3.
Virgin Atlantic’s Clubhouses at Boston, New York JFK Terminal 4, Johannesburg, San Francisco and Washington Dulles are open.
Virgin Atlantic’s transatlantic joint business partner Delta is currently flying from London Heathrow to Atlanta, Boston, Detroit, Minneapolis Saint Paul, New York JFK, Salt Lake City and Seattle.
Virgin is now a member of the SkyTeam alliance. Codeshare partners Air France and KLM have moved to Terminal 4 at London Heathrow.
The airline has launched a new codeshare with Korean Air to Seoul, ahead of Virgin launching its own route in the near future.
Other codeshare partners at Heathrow are AeroMexico to Mexico City and LATAM to São Paulo.
At Gatwick, Virgin’s codeshare partner WestJet is flying to Calgary.