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In 2016, Virgin America was bought out by the Alaska Air Group. In 2018, all Virgin America routes and services were integrated into Alaska Airlines. To find Virgin America Flights, please visit our Alaska Airlines page

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Historia

Founded in 2007 and bought out by the Alaska Air Group in 2018, Virgin America was a US-based airline which provides low-fare services between the East and West coasts of the United States. The airline was a subsidiary of Virgin and was based at San Francisco International Airport, California. 

Virgin America flew to many destinations across North America but some of its most popular included Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, Palm Springs, San Diego, Denver, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Kahului, Honolulu, Chicago, Boston, Las Vegas, Newark, New York City, Portland, San Jose and Orange County. At the time that it stopped flying, it flew to over 35 destinations, the majority of which were taken on by Alaska Airlines.

In abril 2016, it was announced that Virgin America was to be acquired by Alaska Airlines. The integration of the two airlines was completed in 2018. The Virgin American Elevate program was merged into the Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan program, allowing all passengers to transfer their air miles and membership over to Alaska Airlines.

During its time of operation, Virgin America was awarded many accolades, including 'Best Domestic Airline' in Conde Nast Traveller's Reader Choice Awards.

 


Fleet

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Virgin America's fleet consisted of entirely Airbus aircraft at the time it was bought out. It hqe a fleet size of over 65 aircraft. Virgin America's fleet consists of the following Airbus models:

  • Airbus A319- 100
  • Airbus A320- 200
  • Airbus a320neo
  • Airbus a321neo

 


Check-in

Web Check-in

A partir de 2018, todas las rutas y servicios de Virgin American se han integrado en Alaska Airlines. Para estar al día. online check-in información para Alaska Airlines por favor visite nuestra Página de Alaska Airlines .

Check-in en el aeropuerto

Desde el inicio de 2018, las rutas y servicios de Virgin American ahora se han integrado en Alaska Airlines. Para obtener información actualizada sobre la facturación en el aeropuerto de Alaska Airlines, visite nuestro Página de Alaska Airlines .

 


Economy Class

The Economy Class cabin offered mood-lit cabins with Wifi, custom-designated leather seats, power outlets and a video touch-screen at every seatback offering guests on-demand menus and countless entertainment options.

 


Primera clase

On top of all the amenities that Economy Class offers, the First Class Cabin offered maximum legroom with nearly two feet of extra legroom in an exclusive cabin in addition to priority boarding and security checks. 

 


WIFI

Virgin America had a WIFI network installed on the majority of its flights. Virgin America was the first and airline to offer fleetwide WIFI as well as power outlets at every seat.

 


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Airline Alliance

Virgin America wasn't a member of an airline alliance during the time that it ceased operations. There were plans to create an exclusive airline alliance, which was to consist of only Virgin branded airlines. However, plans for this alliance never came to fruition.

Codeshare Agreements & Partners

Although it wasn't a member of an airline alliance, Virgin America had codeshare agreements and was partners with many different airlines. This includes the following airlines:

 


Aeropuerto Principal

Aeropuerto Internacional de San Francisco

San Francisco International Airport was the hub airport for Virgin America. The airline was based at San Francisco International Airport for the entire 11 years that they were in operation.

Today, airlines which fly to and from this airport include Aer Lingus, Air Canada, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, EVA Air, JetBlue Airways, United Airlines and United Express

 

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Aerolíneas Alternativas a Virgin America

Please click on the logos below to find out more about airlines that fly similar routes to what Virgin America flew:

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