The Best Fares From Virgin Atlantic’s Summer Sale Including Upper Class From £999 Return

Aug 23, 2019

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Now might be the perfect time to treat yourself to Virgin Atlantic’s amazing Upper Class experience from as little as £999 return. This week marked the start of Virgin’s annual summer sale, which includes return flights in economy to the USA from as little as £269, as well as premium economy to St. Lucia from £739.

Head to the Virgin Atlantic website to grab yourself a bargain before it’s too late.

Here is a round-up of some of the best fares that you can expect to find:

Economy Light: (baggage not included)

  • London (LHR) to Boston (BOS) from £269
  • London (LHR) to New York (JFK) from £272
  • London (LHR) to San Francisco (SFO) from £298
  • Manchester (MAN) to Orlando (MCO) from £298

Premium Economy:

  • London (LHR) to Tel Aviv (TLV) from £499
  • Manchester (MAN) to New York (JFK) from £727
  • London (LHR) to St Lucia (UVF) from £739

Upper Class:

  • London (LHR) to Tel Aviv (TLV) from £999
  • London (LHR) to Mumbai (BOM) from £1175

Deal destinations and prices are subject to change.

Click here to book these summer sale fares.

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