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KLM & Virgin Atlantic Flirt for Valentine’s on Social Media

What’s this all about? KLM’s Facebook and Instagram accounts have the following post – “Guess who’s in love with us? ūüėČ (@virginatlantic) ‚Ä™#ValentinesDay‚Ĩ”. Guess who’s in love with us? ūüėČ (@virginatlantic) ‚Ä™#ValentinesDay‚Ĩ A photo posted by KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (@klm) on Feb 13, 2016 at 1:14am PST Despite Delta’s 49 percent ownership of Virgin…

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Automated Flight Attendants on Virgin Atlantic? Yes, According to this SNL Skit…

The Virgin Group is known for doing¬†things a bit differently and SNL poked fun at the idea of automated flight attendants on the show this past Saturday night. In the skit, two automated flight attendants made some pretty hilarious mistakes while serving the first class cabin on-board a Boeing 747. Customers would order drinks from…

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Virgin Atlantic’s Little Red to End Service

Virgin Atlantic announced this morning that¬†Little Red, its domestic airline, will officially be closing next year.¬†The statement noted that “Little Red has not been able to make a positive contribution” to the company. The airline just recently launched in March 2013. ¬†Virgin stated that they¬†will¬†instead be focusing on their transatlantic routes in partnership with Delta…

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#TBT – First In-Flight Amenity Kit

Here it is, my first in-flight amenity kit dating back 11 years ago. The crazy thing is that this kit was provided in economy class! ¬†My college friends and I purchased¬†Virgin Atlantic tickets to Europe in 2003 when they (along with BA and American)¬†were running a buy-one-get-one free promotion during the international travel slump in…

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Is An Updated Meal Tray Really Saving Virgin Atlantic Millions?

Virgin Atlantic recently spent $168 million on a “transformative” redesign of their meal trays. Virgin Atlantic’s management team hired design firm MAP to recreate the economy meal service experience to “make eating on an airplane a little bit more like eating in a restaurant with multiple courses served in different waves.” The designers did a…

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