Virgin Atlantic First Class
Virgin Atlantic started life back in 1984, with just one plane and a lot of ambition. Managing Director Richard Branson financed further aircraft by borrowing from his Record Label and grew the business very quickly. Virgin Atlantic is now valued at over £1bn and is half owned by the Virgin Group, with Singapore Airlines owning 49% of the company shares. Virgin Atlantic’s first scheduled flight was from Gatwick to Newark and has since added many new destinations.
Flying with Virgin Atlantic First Class
Virgin First Class offers a convenient limousine service which takes you straight to the airport, along fast, company approved routes, to get you to the airport “on time”. Pick up service is also available when you land. They get you straight to the airport where check in agents quickly get your information, baggage, etc and zoom you to the main lounge waiting areas, or get you on the plane…depending on flight time. Virgin Atlantic First Class is extremely popular – not only due to the comfy seats, but because of the service, lounge, bar comfortably located on the plane (and pre-flight areas).
Like other airlines they have special frequent flyer programs, and are known for their “Mines bigger than yours!” phrase aiming a little jab at British Airways. The Virgin Atlantic Upper Class bed is fully flat, 80″ long, with above average width. Virgin is a leader again with their herring boned design, where the seat actually flips to accommodate any comfort items you would like to put in bed with you. For those who are curious about what “herring bone” means; it refers to how the seat actually looks when viewed inside Virgin Atlantic’s Upper Class section. Your space will have a 10.4″ TV screen, computer docking station and spacious table/desk, 5-star menus, bar, along with movies, games, music, etc.
How To Book Virgin Atlantic First Class
Virgin Atlantic First Class service offers booking options to suit your needs. Online: booking, confirmations, and check-in are easily accessible. Telephone: Same as internet booking options. The best available option despite the technology available is still the good old fashioned travel agency. When the internet took off, cost crunching citizen decided to “cut out the middleman”. Nowadays it has become obvious there is more to travel than meets the eye. Your travel agent can help you: book, confirm, and ensure proper check in – with all the documentation you will need in hand to ensure your ease of travel.