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Virgin America

Virgin America is Richard Branson’s latest Airline venture , actually Mr Branson andthe Virgin Group will only be a minority owner they are leasing theVirgin name and logo’s to the investment group starting Vigin America. The Airlines main hub will be located at the San Francisco International Airport. The Airline is planning on moving in Mid March and with FAA approval flights should be starting in Mid 2006. Virgin America has already lined up 33 Airbus Planes and will be selling Airline tickets to all major markets in the United States.

Virgin American continues to be one of the most forward thinking airlines, with the first to offer high speed internet on all their flights. Virgin serves many major US cities, including Boston, New York, Washington DC, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle, with most flight originating out of SFO.

Contact Virgin America

Website: Virgin America

Address: 555 Airport Blvd
San Francisco Ca

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