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Virgin Atlantic is to relocate its Gatwick headquarters to the 110,000 sq ft Leonardo development at Manor Royal.
Virgin Atlantic has unveiled details of its new Little Red domestic airline service, with the launch of daily flights from Manchester, Edinburgh and Aberdeen to Heathrow.
Virgin Atlantic is planning to launch new daily flights from London to Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Manchester next year, with the creation of 150 jobs.
Virgin Atlantic is to launch its first domestic flights between Heathrow and Manchester from March 2013.
Virgin Atlantic is looking to recruit 500 cabin crew at Heathrow and Gatwick, in order to support the expansion of its aircraft fleet this year.
Virgin Atlantic is to invest £100m in improvements to the first class cabins in its aircraft.
Virgin Atlantic is to create 450 new jobs with the introduction of new routes from Gatwick and Manchester.
Virgin Atlantic is to set up a customer services centre at Alexandra House in Swansea, with the creation of more than 200 jobs over the next two years.
Virgin Atlantic is to create 100 cabin crew jobs later this year by doubling the number of flights between Heathrow and Hong Kong.
Virgin Atlantic is to create up to 1,500 new jobs at Heathrow and Gatwick over the next 18 months, including 1,100 cabin crew, 150 flight deck, 150 engineers and 100 at the Crawley head office.
Virgin Atlantic is looking to double the size of its airline business over the next five years, and will diversify its network away from the North Atlantic.
Virgin Atlantic is planning to invest £14m in the creation of a new Nigerian airline called Virgin Nigeria.
Virgin Atlantic has announced plans to create about 6,000 jobs over the next few years, mainly at Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
Virgin Atlantic is planning to double in size over the next six years, with the creation of 1,400 jobs, and is in negotiations with Boeing and Airbus to buy 30 wide-bodied aircraft.
Virgin Atlantic is to recruit about 700 cabin crew staff this year at its services from Gatwick and Heathrow airports, due to rising demand for flights to the US.
Virgin Atlantic is recruiting 300 additional staff in preparation for the re-introduction of a number of daily and weekly flights to the US.
Virgin Atlantic is to create 300 new jobs at Gatwick, including 200 cabin crew and 100 office staff, following an increase in services to destinations such as New York, Lagos, Orlando and Shanghai.
Virgin Atlantic is to expand its airline business and launch new routes next year with the creation of 1,700 jobs, including 450 ground crew, 250 pilots and 1,000 cabin crew.