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More Info About Virgin Flights

Where do you want to fly? Virgin will save you a seat. The airline’s network stretches around the world. Virgin international flights land in countries like Egypt, Kenya, France, Germany, Switzerland, Canada, the United States, United Arab Emirates and Jordan. When it comes to Virgin domestic flights, popular routes include Brisbane to Sydney, Sydney to Gold Coast and Melbourne to Adelaide. 

Go high class in Virgin business class
Flying hasn’t looked this good in decades. Yes, Business Class features the usual goodies like priority check-in, priority boarding and access to the airport lounge. But once you board the plane, the experience gets even better. Enjoy a complimentary newspaper, pre-flight drink, seats that turn into cozy beds, coat check, in-flight entertainment and a gourmet meal. 

Even in economy class, you’ll be flying high. This airline has oodles of awards, ridiculously good features and pretty cabins, no matter what fare type you purchase. Virgin is a win-win-win situation.

Reward yourself just for taking a flight
The Virgin frequent flyer program is just as luxe as the planes. The program is called Velocity Frequent Flyer, which adds points when you fly Virgin and partner airlines. More points equal higher tiers of rewards, which include access to lounges, priority check-in, extra baggage and free upgrades. 

The Virgin check-in process is super easy, too. Nearly all flights, both domestic and international, allow you to check in online. You need to check in at least 45 minutes before your domestic flight and at least 90 minutes before an international one—but you can check in up to 48 hours before flying domestic and 24 hours before flying international, so you’ve got plenty of time.