Virgin America Announces "Flying is in, Flowers are out" Valentine's Fare Sale

San Francisco, Calif. -- February 4, 2008 -- Virgin America, a next generation airline aimed at bringing a little fun back to flying, today announced a five-day February fare sale* for travel to San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Las Vegas, San Diego and Seattle.

With the "flying is in, flowers are out" fare sale, Virgin America wants to remind travelers that there is no gift more romantic than a promised getaway with the one you love. Especially when the one you love will be bathed in flattering cabin mood-lighting, reclining on a custom-designed leather seat and ordering high-end cocktails for two on the video touch-screen at their seat. With incredibly attractive fares on select flights from February 11-May 9, 2008* Valentine's Day doesn't have to mean just flowers and scary drugstore chocolates any more. Sale fares start at:

  • $124 Washington Dulles (IAD) -- Los Angeles (LAX)*
  • $124 Washington Dulles (IAD) -- San Francisco (SFO)*
  • $44 Los Angeles (LAX) -- San Francisco (SFO)*
  • $134 New York (JFK) -- Los Angeles (LAX)*
  • $134 New York (JFK) -- San Francisco (SFO)*
  • $44 Las Vegas (LAS) -- San Francisco (SFO)*
  • $99 Los Angeles (LAX) - Seattle (SEA)*
  • $39 San Diego (SAN) - San Francisco (SFO)*
  • $77 Seattle (SEA) - San Francisco (SFO)*

Tickets are on sale today on www.virginamerica.com and at 1.877.FLY.VIRGIN (1.877.359.8474).

Launched in August 2007, Virgin America flies to San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Las Vegas, San Diego (starting Feb.12, 2008) and Seattle (starting March 18, 2008). In addition to these nonstop markets, Virgin America also offers convenient connecting flights from Las Vegas, San Diego (starting Feb. 12, 2008), and Seattle (starting March 18, 2008) to New York and Washington.

Virgin America's brand new planes feature a host of innovative guest features, including 25 on-demand movies, live TV, videogames, 3,000 MP3 tracks, on-board instant messaging and the ability to order food and drink right from the video touch-screen at every seatback.

*Fare Rules & Restrictions Four Day February Fare Sale: All Main Cabin fares are one way. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. All fares require a 7-day advance purchase. Tickets must be purchased by February 8, 2008. Travel must be completed by May 9, 2008. Changes or cancellations can be made for a $40 fee, plus any increase in fare if applicable. Tickets purchased from Virgin America through our reservation call centers will cost an additional $10 per passenger per itinerary. Seats are limited, subject to availability, and may not be available on all flights. The start dates for certain non-stop service are as follows: San Diego (SAN) - San Francisco (SFO) on February 12, 2008; San Francisco (SFO) - Seattle (SEA) on March 18, 2008 and Los Angeles (LAX) - Seattle (SEA) on April 8, 2008. Fares, routes, and schedules are subject to change without notice. Fares do not include Passenger Facility Charges of up to $9 each way, September 11th Security Fees of up to $5 each way and a Federal Segment Tax of $3.50 per domestic segment. A segment is a takeoff and landing. Fares will not be honored retroactively or in exchange for any wholly or partially used ticket.

Media Contact:

Abby Lunardini, Director of Corporate Communications - 650.533.7576 / abby.lunardini@virginamerica.com

About Virgin America: 
As San Francisco's hometown airline, Virgin America is a next generation low-fare carrier that will serve as many as 10 cities within a year of operation, and up to 30 cities within five years. Virgin America's base of operations is San Francisco International Airport's ultra-modern, spacious and convenient International Terminal, which was completed in 2000. The airline's brand-new Airbus A320-family aircraft offer guests their own interactive in-flight entertainment systems, plugs for laptops and other portable electronic devices and a host of other innovative features aimed at bringing a little fun back to flying. To learn more visit: www.virginamerica.com