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Virgin Atlantic flies to destinations in the US, Caribbean, Far East, India, Australia and Africa, and they have won virtually every award the industry has to offer.

Flying in Economy is all about fun and value – from the free amenity kit to the seat back TVs.

Premium Economy seats are bigger and wider and there’s a separate cabin dedicated to Premium Economy passengers.

The Upper Class Suite is luxurious, and has one of the longest beds in Business Class.

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Economy

Economy is the standard basic class of Virgin Atlantic. Economy features include meals, drinks, headsets and amenity kits for all passengers. Seats have a minimum seat pitch of 31 in (depending on the aircraft type). In addition, economy seats have adjustable lumbar support.

Premium Economy

Premium Economy has a separate check-in area, priority boarding, a wider seat with more legroom, and additional cabin services such as a preflight drink, newspapers and dedicated cabin crew. An updated Premium Economy service was recently introduced with meals served on china & glass with metal cutlery. Your Premium Economy experience also includes a wider seat that also supplies laptop power.

Upper Class

Upper Class is the equivalent of business class on all Virgin Atlantic Airways’ flights. Virgin does not offer a traditional First Class cabin service. The Upper Class seat turns into a fully-flat bed when you’re ready to sleep! The seat offers in-seat laptop power and power leads for iPods, and Upper Class passengers have access to a chauffeur, drive-through check-in and private security channel at some airports, Virgin Atlantic Clubhouses, a larger menu than that of Premium Economy and Economy passengers and an in-flight bar. The seats in the Upper Class cabin are arranged in a Herringbone seating design. 

In-flight Entertainment

All cabin classes on all Virgin Atlantic aircraft offer personal seat-back televisions. Most aircraft have an Audio/Video on Demand (AVOD) system called VERA On Demand. Some aircraft have VERA Reel which is not on Demand. Newer aircraft have a new touch screen system called VERA Touch.

Frequent flyer programme

Virgin Atlantic operates the Flying Club, which is a frequent-flyer program that allows members to earn and redeem miles on Virgin Atlantic services, as well as with partner airlines and companies. Members are divided into Red, Silver and Gold status, with members able to upgrade status by accumulating tier points. Tier points are used to calculate the member’s eligibility for membership renewal, upgrade or downgrade during the membership year. Higher-tiered members are provided with increased travel benefits such as priority check-in, additional baggage allowance, priority flight booking and airport lounge access.

Virgin Atlantic is one of those airlines that we use whenever possible, for the great service, comfort and style that you expect from the Virgin brand, together with competitive prices to all destinations.

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