"The partnership will open up more connectivity to global destinations and provide customers across the US and Europe with even more choice to book a trip to look forward to," Virgin Atlantic said.
Through the partnership, customers will be able to "connect seamlessly" between Easyjet and Virgin Atlantic flights across both airline’s extensive networks in Europe and North America. Connecting destinations include, Jersey to New York and Belfast to Barbados, with some connections available on a daily basis from next summer, such as Belfast to Orlando, all via either Manchester, Edinburgh or Belfast.
Virgin Atlantic also annouced to grow its future A350-1000 fleet to 14 aircraft adding two aircraft on lease in 2023 and 2024. The airline currently has eight A350s in service.
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