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Virgin Atlantic Airlines Limited

Virgin Atlantic Airways is a partnership between Richard Branson's Virgin Group and the Singapore Airlines. It has its main bases in Heathrow and Gatwick in London. The company is party to the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority Type A Operating License, according to which it can carry passengers, cargo and mail in an aircraft which has a minimum of 20 seats.

Virgin Atlantic Airways was born in 1982 as a direct successor of the Laker Airways. It was the brain-child of Randolph Fields. At first it had a Boeing 747-200 (G-VIRG) at its disposal 1984. Later the fleet was increased to include another Boeing 747, Airbus A340-600 and Airbus A380s. Virgin was the first airlines in 2002 to have used the Airbus A340-600s.

Air tickets are available at three levels of Economy, Premium Economy and Upper Class. Virgin airways has one of the most comfortable seats with a proper leg space. The food quality is very good and the drinks on board the plane are free of cost. There is the facility of viewing television as well listening to music on the planes. Virgin Atlantic's fleet is at present composed of 5 Airbus A340-300, 19 Airbus A340-600, and 13 Boeing 747-400 aircraft. It has an average age of 5.6 years as of February 2007. A 6th Airbus A340-300 (G-VSUN) has been leased to Virgin Nigeria Airways, but will be returned to the VAA fleet. Boeing 747-400s are mostly used on all the air-routes between Gatwick and Manchester.

The crew and hospitality of this airline services is incomparable to any other service operating anywhere in the world. VAA offers excellent services both inside and outside the airport.

There are extremely well managed lounges and resting rooms for the passengers waiting to board a flight or those who have been halted as a result of some delay in the flight schedule. The airlines company provides an airbus service or a shuttle car to drop passengers outside the airport or to pick them up from centrally located bus stops. It has separate baggage rules. VAA also announces different types of offers on the price of their tickets from time to time. wishes you the best in comfort while traveling with the Virgin Atlantic Airways.

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