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The evolution of our route map

By: Dave Gunner

August 4, 2016

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Our first ever route map never fails to make us smile. Back in 1984, with only one aircraft and one route, our operation was uncomplicated if nothing else. In fact, if you talk to our Cabin Crew who operated back then, they were so happy when our second route, Miami, came along. After a couple of years of only flying to Newark it was a pleasant change to have somewhere else to fly to.
The Virgin Atlantic 2016 route map

Fast forward 30+ years and you’re spoiled for choice. Working with a number of partners we now offer easy connections from the UK to over 200 gateways right across the world. Our codeshare partner airlines are Air China, Air New Zealand, All Nippon Airways, Delta, Flybe, jet Airways and Singapore Airlines.

 

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Explore our interactive route map here and start planning your next adventure.

Dave Gunner

Dave is the co-editor of Ruby, the Virgin Atlantic Blog. He has worked at Virgin Atlantic for over two decades. In that time he has amassed some truly epic memories but never lost his fascination with the airline world. Dave's on a mission to bring you some great insights into our people, planes and planet.

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