Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsVirgin America
IN THE NEWS

Virgin America

NEWS
August 4, 2013
Here's a deal for an LAX-Boston ticket, but you must act by Thursday. American, JetBlue and Virgin America are offering a $298 round trip, including all taxes and fees. It is subject to availability, and you must purchase at least 21 days in advance. You may travel any day of the week through Dec. 18. Info: American , (800) 433-7300; JetBlue , (800) 538-2583; Virgin America , (877) 359-8474 Source: Airfarewatchdog Follow us on Twitter @latimestravel , like us on Facebook @Los Angeles Times Travel.
Advertisement
NEWS
February 17, 2014 | By a Times staff writer
Round-trip fares to Chicago from LAX drop to $218, including all taxes and fees, on American, United and Virgin America in this week's airfare deal, which is good through April 30. The fare is, as always, subject to availability for travel; the best availability is Mondays-Thursdays. Tickets must be purchased at least 14 days in advance. A minimum stay is not required. Info: American , (800) 433-7300; United , (800) 864-8331; Virgin America , (877) 359-8474. Source: Airfarewatchdog
NEWS
November 3, 2010 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
With election day behind us, Southern Californians can focus on casting our ballots for winter airfare sales from Virgin America and Delta Air Lines ($99 each way to New York) and Southwest Airlines ($59 each way to Denver and Phoenix). Other carriers have quietly entered this sale, so shop around for the cheapest prices. Here are some fares (pre-tax) that I liked: Virgin America: Out of the red, white and blue comes this election-themed sale in which the lowest prices apply to travel on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
TRAVEL
April 25, 2010
From LAX, American, United, Delta, Virgin America and JetBlue offer nonstop flights to JFK. US Airways offers connecting flights (change of plane). Restricted round-trip fares begin at $298. THE BEST WAY TO NEW YORK
ENTERTAINMENT
October 9, 2007 | Gina Piccalo
BoingBoingTV, the new eclectic online TV show from the creators of the popular website, will be available to passengers on the recently launched Virgin America airlines starting next month. Virgin America, which took off in August, will provide select episodes of the show as part of its in-flight entertainment, which also includes video games, wireless Internet access, seat-to-seat instant messaging and passenger chat rooms.
TRAVEL
February 10, 2013
THE BEST WAY TO PORTLAND, ORE. From LAX , Alaska, Southwest, Virgin America and United offer nonstop service to Portland. Southwest also offers direct service (stop, no change of plane);connecting service (change of plane) is offered on Southwest, Alaska, Delta, United and American. Restricted round-trip fares begin at $156.
TRAVEL
April 24, 2010 | By David L. Ulin
Holden Caulfield was a flâneur . That's not generally how we think of him, this archetype of adolescent alienation, this detester of phonies, this poor little lost boy whose voice - by turns knowing, childlike, cynical and bereft - drives J.D. Salinger's iconic 1951 novel, "The Catcher in the Rye. " Yet, from the moment, about a quarter of the way through the book, he arrives by train at Manhattan's now-demolished original Pennsylvania Station building,...
NEWS
July 12, 2013 | By Mary Forgione, Daily Deal and Travel Blogger
Greyhound might be taking a page from Virgin America's playbook. The national bus company is testing a new Wi-Fi entertainment system that passengers may use with laptops, tablets or smartphones to watch movies and TV shows, play online games or just surf the Web. Greyhound's new service is called BLUE, or Bus Line Universal Entertainment. It's the same system crafted by Lufthansa Systems that Virgin America rolled out last year under the name Red , which utilizes seat-back screens as well as personal devices.
BUSINESS
May 6, 2012 | By Hugo Martin
To celebrate the launch last month of Virgin Atlantic's newly redesigned upper-class section, the British-based airline is giving passengers some extended face time with Richard Branson, the carrier's billionaire founder. Upper-class passengers can order drinks chilled by ice cubes shaped to look like Branson's head and face. Four designers hired by the airline spent six weeks creating the mold for the Branson cubes. Branson founded the Virgin Group, a conglomerate that owns interests in Virgin Atlantic and San Francisco-based Virgin America airlines, among other businesses.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|