Virgin Atlantic is a British airline founded in 1984. The company operates flights to Europe, Asia, Australia, North America, the Caribbean, Africa. The carrier has a total of 33 destinations. Virgin Atlantic is jointly owned by Virgin Group (51%) and Singapore Airlines (49%).
The airline operates only four aircraft models. In total, the Virgin Atlantic fleet consists of 46 planes. The most popular model is the Boeing 787-9 (17 planes).
Here are some of the cities Virgin Atlantic flies to: Havana, Islamabad, Shanghai, Vancouver, Sydney, Toronto, London, Glasgow, Belfast, Atlanta, Miami.
Arrivals terminal at JFK
There are flights that Virgin Atlantic organizes independently. These planes land in terminal 4. This airline also has codeshare flights, which are served by terminals 1 and 2.
The terminals are the same as in the case of arrivals. It is important to remember that aircraft are not always served by these terminals, as sometimes the airport makes changes. We recommend looking for information before traveling.
Check-in is carried out at the terminals from where flights depart. This procedure is mandatory for all passengers. You can find more information on your ticket.