Published on : Thursday, May 17, 2018
Virgin Atlantic will also add a second daily Boston service, and bringing back popular seasonal flights to Barbados – offering the only direct connection between the London hub and the Caribbean island.
Boeing 787 aircraft offering a choice of 31 Upper Class seats, 35 Premium seats and 192 economy seats will be operated by the new Las Vegas flights.
Airbus A330-300 will be operating the new Boston service there will be arrangement for 100,000 additional seats available between the East Coast and the UK.
The onward connections will get easier for UK and US customers with the timings of both flights.
Shai Weiss, chief commercial officer for Virgin Atlantic, mentioned that from spring 2019 customers travelling from London Heathrow to Las Vegas and Boston will get easier by introducing new flights.The new services have been timed to offer convenient onward connections for UK and US customers, and feature our award-winning service along with this a three-course meal and inflight entertainment on every flight will also be provided.
He was pleased to introduce again the popular seasonal service between London Heathrow and Barbados to offer even more choice for holidaymakers.
Heathrow chief executive, John Holland-Kaye, said that Virgin Atlantic are going from strength-to-strength this year – with a second daily flight to Boston, a new flight to Las Vegas and the return of the popular Barbados service. The passengers at Heathrow will have even more choice to getaway for business.