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Virgin America’s Chief Financial Officer To Depart

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Virgin America today announced that Robert B. Dana, its founding Senior Vice President – Chief Financial Officer, will step down in early 2009. Mr. Dana cited personal reasons for his decision, particularly the challenges of the transcontinental weekly commute from the New York area that he has conducted since the Company moved its corporate headquarters [...]


Virgin America Wins Best Low Cost Airline In Business Traveler Awards

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Virgin America, the new airline on a mission to make flying good again, today took the award for “Best Low Cost Airline in North America” among domestic carriers in Business Traveler Magazine’s 2008 “Best in Business Travel” Survey.
“We’re honored to be recognized as the top low-fare carrier choice by the most selective and experienced travelers,” [...]


Virgin America To Fly Boston-California Routes

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The ambitious and expanding airline Virgin America, the only U.S. carrier based here in the Bay Area, said today it will begin service from California to Boston in February.
There will be two daily round-trip flights between San Francisco and Boston and three round trips between Los Angeles and Boston, the airline said.
The new service was [...]


Virgin America To Launch Service To Boston Logan

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Virgin America, the California-based airline that is reinventing domestic travel, today announced it will serve Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) with daily flights from the West Coast beginning Feb. 12, 2009. Boston will be the eighth city in the airline’s growing network. Virgin America plans to fly from San Francisco International Airport (SFO) to BOS [...]


Virgin America Puts Off Plans For Chicago Route

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Virgin America said Friday it cannot launch service to Chicago early next year as it hoped to do because it was unable to acquire gate space from the major airlines that serve O’Hare International Airport.
David Cush, the president and chief executive officer of Virgin America, said Chicago remains at the top of the airline’s wish [...]


13 Cabin Crews Fired Over Facebook Comments

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Thirteen cabin crew staff have been sacked by Virgin Atlantic over their use of a social networking website, it has emerged.
It launched disciplinary action last week following claims staff had used Facebook to criticise its safety standards and call passengers “chavs”.
The airline said the crew’s behaviour “brought the company into disrepute”.
It is understood the messages, [...]



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