Yes, Sales season is in full swing with very airline throwing discounts on their routes. Today, let’s look a Virgin Atlantic who have their sale on.
Virgin Atlantic Boeing 787-9 shot from the control tower at London Heathrow – Image, Economy Class and Beyond
As Virgin Atlantic don’t have a first class cabin, I’ll be taking a look at their Premium Economy and Upper Class (Business Class) cabins sale and what costs what.
From London to the United States of America
Destination Premium Economy Upper Class Atlanta £909 £2209 Boston £799 £1709 Chicago £779 £1489 Las Vegas £939 £2349 Los Angeles £829 £2499 Miami £879 £2149 New York £799 £1690 Orlando £809 £1959 San Francisco £829 £2599
London to the Rest of the Virgin Atlantic Network
Destination Premium Economy Upper Class Antigua £789 N/A Barbados £789 £1679 Delhi £729 £1599 Dubai £609 £1859 Hong Kong £899 N/A Johannesburg N/A £2649 Shanghai £849 £2199 St Lucia N/A £1679
Manchester to Virgin Atlantic Network destinations
Destination Premium Economy Upper Class Atlanta £1009 £2209 Boston £829 £1649 Las Vegas £1079 £2809 New York £889 £1639 Orlando £809 £1959 San Francisco £999 £2729
As usual, these are the lead-in prices. Actual prices can and probably will vary. There are a lot of restrictions on dates when you can fly with these fares, so it’s a good idea to check the Virgin Atlantic Sale page to see when you can fly at these prices
The booking deadline for these fares is 21st September 2017 – so there’s time to plan if you’re intending to take up these fares.
As its sale season in the airline world, now is a pretty reasonable time to go fare hunting to see where in the world you can go in the autumn, winter and spring of 2017.
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