Virgin America announces new Vegas route
- By Jack Preston -
- Jan 17, 2013
Virgin America has announced it is set to introduce a new non-stop service from Los Angeles International Airport to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport, as of April 2013.
The three daily roundtrip flights will sit alongside the airline’s current San Francisco and New York services to Vegas, offering flyers an upscale and low-fare travel option. With Virgin America inaugural flights always an entertaining experience (just check out the picture above), there’s a great deal of excitement about what the airline has in store for the April launch.
“With moodlighting, custom-designed leather seats and touch-screen entertainment at every seat, we think our guests will agree that Virgin America is the perfect way to escape to one of the most iconic travel destinations in the world,” said John MacLeod, Virgin America’s senior vice president of planning and sales.
“This route has been one of the most requested by our frequent flyers, and whether guests are traveling for a fun weekend getaway or headed to one of the many trade events or business conferences that Las Vegas hosts each year, we think this new ‘ride’ will be a stylish, welcome alternative.”
To book a flight, head over to the Virgin America website.