Virgin Atlantic would be relaunching passenger flights after about three months due to the outbreak of the pandemic. Flights will resume from London’s Heathrow to Hong Kong, and then to New York’s JFK and Los Angeles.
The management of the airline stated that, it will observe some social distancing, and every passenger would receive a Health Pack containing three medical-grade masks, surface wipes and hand gel.
Passengers will be given additional space onboard as some seats would not be available.
The airline just recently secured a much-needed bailout from a conglomerate of benefactors, the management of the airline are confident about repositioning the airline.
The carrier is back to serving three destinations from its base at London Heathrow. Furthermore, it would however be adding some more destinations in the nearest future. These destinations include Lagos, Tel Aviv, Barbados, and Orlando (from Manchester as well as from Heathrow.)