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Virgin Atlantic sells two Boeing 787 jetliners to fund the repayment of a loan

Virgin Atlantic completes US$230 million sale and leaseback of two Boeing 787s

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Ryanair and Virgin Atlantic have been rated as the worst of six major airlines for providing passenger refunds in a survey by Which?

Virgin Atlantic and Ryanair rated worst for customer service over refunds, says Which?

Ryanair and Virgin Atlantic rated the worst airlines at dealing with refunds in 2020

Ryanair and Virgin Atlantic worst at refunding in 2020 - Which?

#COVID19: Ryanair and Virgin Atlantic rated worst in refunds survey

From Jet 2 and Tui to Ryanair and Virgin Atlantic: The best and worst airlines for Covid refunds rated

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Starting tomorrow @British_Airways  will require passengers on UK flights to NY to show a negative COVID test before departure. We are in conversations with Delta and Virgin Atlantic to do the same. We can't let history repeat itself with this new virus variant.

Sky News understands the bosses of Virgin Atlantic will write a letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson saying the UK airline industry needs £7.5bn in government aid due to the impact of covid-19

As Virgin Atlantic announces plans to cut 3,000 jobs, Richard Branson says it was either that or sell his island, which would be a shame as he’s just had a new jetty installed.

£500 million for Virgin Atlantic? Why, when climate change says we should cut flying? And why when Branson has run from offshore, putting two fingers up to the state, for decades? Nationalisation, and all his businesses coming onshore should be a condition of any support

Virgin Atlantic says it plans to ground 75% of its fleet by 26 March adding staff will be asked to take eight weeks unpaid leave during the next three months

BREAKING: Virgin Atlantic plans to cut about 80% of flights each day by the 26th of March, grounding 75% of planes by then. They are also asking staff to take 8 weeks of unpaid leave during the next three months. More on #COVID19  here:

There is absolutely no case for bailing out airlines. Banks should support the likely survivors and let the rest go to the wall, including Virgin Atlantic if its shareholders won't cough up the necessary. Others will soon take their place once the pandemic subsides

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