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Virgin Atlantic Safe Travel Info
What's it like to fly Virgin Atlantic right now?
Like most airlines, Virgin Atlantic has been hit hard by COVID-19, cutting jobs and closing its presence at London Gatwick.
Its schedule has been dramatically reduced, though it resumes some cancelled routes in the second half of July.
But Virgin Atlantic has taken its cleanliness and ticket flexibility seriously.
The airline sanitizes all aircraft with electrostatic sprayers before each flight. Additionally, all passengers receive a health pack including medical grade masks, surface wipes and hand sanitizer.
Its rebooking policies are generous: up to two changes per ticket are allowed, and you can change your destination, or even transfer your ticket to a different person if you like.
The one important caveat is that rebooking must be done within 21 days of departure to avoid change fees and/or fare differences. The full details are on Virgin Atlantic’s web site.
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