Tag: Red

“The Right Amount of Wrong” in Las Vegas

Posted by Jill F. on 04.25.13

On Monday we kicked off our new nonstop service between Los Angeles International Airport and McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. Although we’re no strangers to either destination, Monday marked our first time pairing the two cities to the utter delight of L.A. bachelors and bachelorettes, foodies, clubbers, Cirque and Celine enthusiasts, and Papas who...

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Debates, baseball, debates, baseball, repeat.

Posted by Jill F. on 10.23.12

Last night, our hometown baseball team led us to a thrilling victory while Virgin America guests sat on the edge of their seats — watching the play-by-play at 35,000 feet on Red’s live TV channels. I watched Game 7 from home while simultaneously consuming the barrage of tweets in the @VirginAmerica feed from guests. It...

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What’s Your Favorite In-Flight Amenity?

Posted by Jill F. on 08.16.12

It’s time to admit it. I have a closet addiction to dance-related content. Translation: I paid money to go see Step Up 3D in the theater and I will be clearing out some time in my schedule this weekend to go see Step Up Revolution. My husband, sadly, refuses to join me. As you can...

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Making the First-Ever Movie at 35,000 Feet

Posted by Jessica S. on 08.09.12

Being the first to do anything is difficult these days. What hasn’t been done? So when I initially heard that all three Virgin airlines and Virgin Produced would be working together on a unified campaign, part of which included creating the first-ever movie filmed at 35,000 feet I thought: “Now that’s innovative!” Then came the fine print:...

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That New Plane Smell

Posted by Abby L. on 06.03.11

  Virgin America grabbed some headlines earlier this year with its order of 60 new Airbus A320 Family aircraft – including the first commercial order for 30 of the new eco-efficient A320 neo aircraft.  With the order and growth from other sources, Virgin America’s fleet will nearly triple in size by 2019.  No one is...

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