We’re no standard airline (and proud of it), but we’ve gone industry standard where it counts: by making the booking process easier and more streamlined for our travel partners.
On October 29, 2011 Virgin America (VX) migrated the airline’s hosted reservation system to SabreSonic and became a 100% e-ticketing carrier. Industry standard Electronic Ticketing (ET) and ARC settlement for travel agencies in the US is available for all participating GDS subscribers of Worldspan, Apollo, Sabre, and Amadeus.
For agencies in Canada, Virgin America is also a full participant in the Canadian BSP. Agencies located outside the US and Canada are no longer able to purchase wholly VX itineraries through the guaranteed payment or instant ticketing method via their GDS. Wholly VX itineraries for agencies located outside the US can be booked on www.virginamerica.com.
We at Virgin America want to do more than just take our guests from point A to point B on their next flight; we’re on a mission to make flying good again. We figure a sleek fleet of brand new planes full of innovative amenities is a great place to start. With fleetwide in–flight WiFi, mood–lit cabins, custom–designed leather seats, power outlets, and a video touch screen at every seatback offering guests on–demand menus and countless entertainment options – the Virgin America experience is unlike anything else in the skies.
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Choose from three cabins of service to meet your clients’ needs.
Guests stay fueled with delicious food, snacks, and drinks on demand. We’ll even aid their bookkeeping by emailing a receipt.
Guests can reward their productivity with RED, our in–flight entertainment system offering live TV, movies, games, radio, 3,000+ MP3s, and more.
Guests can stay connected in the air with Gogo Inflight Internet™, and keep their devices charged with standard 3–prong plugs available from every seat.
Guests earn points toward reward flights with no blackouts by joining Elevate, our frequent flyer program.