Virgin America announced two new seasonal routes, daily nonstop service between New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport and Fort Lauderdale and four times weekly service between Boston Logan and Las Vegas McCarran.
Virgin America will offer its three class service (First Class, Main Cabin Select and Main Cabin) on these routes with mood-lighting, touch-screen entertainment at every seat and fleetwide WiFi.
“As the colder months approach, many of our guests – in the Northeastern U.S., especially – are already planning their winter getaways, so we’re pleased to offer a breath of fresh airline on these seasonal routes,” said John MacLeod, Virgin America’s Senior Vice President of Planning and Sales. “This is the first time Virgin America has offered nonstop flights between Fort Lauderdale and New York as well as Las Vegas and Boston. With our moodlighting, guest service, personal entertainment and power outlets at every seat, plus WiFi across the entire fleet, we think guests will agree that Virgin America is the perfect way to escape to these popular destinations.”
Additionally, the airline announced that it will operate two extra roundtrip frequencies weekly between Las Vegas-New York (JFK) over winter and early spring to bring weekly frequencies on this popular route from the current seven to nine.