Virgin Atlantic has returned to its dwelling within the north, Manchester Airport, with the relaunch of flights to Barbados.
The return additionally sees the introduction of Virgin Atlantic’s Boeing 787 to the airport for the primary time.
The relaunch of flights from Manchester reaffirms an unwavering dedication to serving the area, the airline mentioned.
New companies to Islamabad launch subsequent week, with buyer favourites corresponding to Los Angeles, Orlando, New York and Atlanta restarting from Manchester over the approaching months.
Virgin Atlantic added it stays dedicated to offering an unrivalled journey expertise for its prospects and is continuous with its plans to convey its Clubhouse expertise to Manchester Airport.
Anticipated later in 2021, the Higher Class prospects and Gold Card members can reap the benefits of the unique area earlier than their flight, which can embody a la carte eating, a full service bar and quiet working areas, permitting passengers to loosen up and rejuvenate earlier than they depart.
Juha Jarvinen, chief business officer at Virgin Atlantic, commented: “We’ve got missed flying prospects from Manchester, our dwelling within the north and I’m delighted we’re in a position to supply them the chance for some much-needed winter solar, with reintroduction of our Barbados flights.
“Regardless of the challenges introduced by Covid-19, our dedication to the area has by no means wavered.”