With the resumption of the flight on August after coronavirus breakdown, Virgin Atlantic is resuming its commercial flights to Atlanta, Lagos, Tel Aviv, with 2 Indian cities of Delhi and Mumbai by this month.
Currently, the commercial flight of Virgin Atlantis UK is flying to New York JFK, Los Angeles, Miami in the USA along with Barbados, Hong Kong, and Shanghai.
Virgin Atlantic chief commercial officer Juha Jarvinen says: “We’re continually reviewing our network and as countries begin to open up their borders, we’re introducing more and more flying. Further added, “We’re incredibly excited to resume services to Delhi, Tel Aviv, Atlanta, Mumbai and Lagos this September as well as increasing the frequency to other destinations. We’re now offering daily flights to New York JFK and Los Angeles and twice-weekly flights to Shanghai.”
The airline is planning to start new flights to Islamabad and Lahore from Heathrow and Manchester anytime by this year. Currently, all the Virgin Atlantic flights are operating from London Heathrow airport, Terminal 2 due to the consolidation of operations at Heathrow