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May 31, 2010


Virgin Atlantic Airbus A330-300 Routes/Configuration Information

by JL
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As per 31MAY10 GDS timetable display, Virgin Atlantic is introducing Airbus A330-300 aircraft into service in Apr 2011. Initial destination currently planned is Orlando.

Additional details below:

Manchester – Orlando VS075/076 Daily eff 02APR11
London Gatwick – Orlando VS027/028 Day 127 eff 01MAY11
Glasgow – Orlando VS071/072 Day 6 eff 07MAY11

Initially the Airbus A330-300 is equipped with Premium Economy and Economy Class. Business Class service will be offered as more A330-300 enters service from Heathrow.

A330-300 Seating Configuration:
Premium Economy 39 Seats
Row 20 – 25
Layout AC – DFG – HK
Exception No 20DFG seating

Economy Currently taking reservations of up to 109 seats. More to be released
Row 45 – 65
Layout AC – DEFG – HK
Exception Row 61 – 64 AC – DFG – HK; Row 65 DFG

The airline will be unveiling brand new Upper Class, Premium Economy Class and Economy Class products as A330-300 aircraft joins the fleet, which details will be announced sometimes in February or March 2011.

  1. Tom
    Jun 1 2010

    Yes, Virgin Atlantic could begin flying to New York, Barbados and Miami from Newcastle, there would be a lot of potential for these routes and Newcastle and its passengers could benefit from this, as Newcastle is continuing to expand its range of Long Haul Destinations so that it can satisfy what the passengers want.

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