Virgin America's Japan deal
- By Jack Preston -
- Jun 15, 2012
Virgin America has announced a new partnership with Japan Airlines, offering customers seamless travel on networks across both North America and Asia.
The interline agreement will sit alongside existing partnerships the airline has with the likes of China Airlines, Korean Air and Air New Zealand, as well as the 18 domestic destinations served by Virgin America.
“We’re pleased to sign an interline agreement with Japan Airlines that will allow us to provide guests of both of our airlines connectivity across our two networks and more choices as they plan travel between Asia and North America,” said Adam Green, Virgin America’s Director of Network Planning.
With headquarters based in Tokyo, Japan Airlines currently flies to destinations in Asia, North America, Europe and Oceania.
To find out more or to book a flight, visit Virgin America.