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  • Virgin Atlantic cuts several routes to focus on transatlantic

    Virgin Atlantic will withdraw routes to Cape Town, Mumbai, Tokyo and Vancouver as part of a strengthened emphasis on transatlantic flights – but hints that it could resume the axed services if a new runway is built at London Heathrow airport.

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  • Virgin Atlantic trials wearable technology at Heathrow

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  • Gatwick to decide about EasyJet terminal move by year-end

    News | 09 Sep 2014 14:57 | Michael Gubisch

    ​Gatwick airport is aiming to make a decision by year-end about EasyJet’s planned move to the gateway’s north terminal.
  • ANALYSIS: Virgin strengthens in key transatlantic markets

    News | 04 Sep 2014 16:39 | Oliver Clark

    Virgin Atlantic's decision to scrap four international routes and focus on strengthening its transatlantic services marks the latest chapter in a battle for dominance in this key market – one in which the UK carrier and partner Delta Air Lines is joined by British Airways/American Airlines and United Airlines among the heavyweight contestants.
  • Virgin Atlantic open to further 787 sales and leasebacks

    News | 04 Sep 2014 14:05 | Oliver Clark

    Virgin Atlantic chief executive Craig Kreeger says the airline could be open to selling and leasing back more of its Boeing 787s to lessors.
  • Virgin Atlantic to keep A380s on hold as it ponders alternatives

    News | 04 Sep 2014 13:59 | Oliver Clark

    Virgin Atlantic chief executive Craig Kreeger says he intends to keep the airline's six Airbus A380s on hold, and is open to the idea of replacing them with a different aircraft type if the market demands it.
  • Virgin to decide future of seven leased 747s in 'year or two'

    News | 04 Sep 2014 12:21 | Oliver Clark

    Virgin Atlantic is edging closer to a decision on the future of leased Boeing 747s based at London Gatwick airport, chief executive Craig Kreeger indicates.
  • Delta to launch JFK-Manchester service in 2015

    News | 03 Sep 2014 16:53 | Edward Russell

    ​Delta Air Lines will launch new nonstop service between New York JFK International airport and Manchester, UK, in June 2015.