UK-based Virgin Atlantic Airways will reconfigure its route network by cutting services to Asian and African destinations in favor of a greater concentration on North Atlantic services. The changes are the latest harmonization of services between Virgin Atlantic and Delta Air Lines, which holds a 49% shareholding in Virgin Atlantic. Under plans announced Wednesday, Virgin Atlantic will offer an additional daily frequency on services between London Heathrow and New York JFK (5X-daily), Los ...

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