Virgin Atlantic Is Selling Return Flights To NYC For £280
Virgin Atlantic has launched an epic Black Friday sale, with return flights to New York from as little as £280.
The amazing sale offers deals for flights running in 2021, with the majority of the bargains available on trips scheduled between March and September.
For example, you can get return flights from London to New York in January and February from £280 per person. And just a few months later in April, return flights to the Big Apple from Manchester will set you back £288, or £291 from London.
And New York isn't the only destination with incredible deals. In April, you can also fly to Los Angeles from £321, meanwhile a round trip to San Francisco would set you back £324, and Vegas and Orlando from £326.
There's also some amazing offers for flights to the Caribbean. Between January and March, you could fly to Barbados from £345, or Jamaica from £395.
The airline have separated their deals into sections: Winter Sun, Easter Getaways, Visit Friends & Relatives, West Coast USA, East Coast USA, Caribbean, Premium, Upper Class and Our Best Prices. You can view them all here.
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Of course, depending on where you're flying, don't forget you'll need to double check the current restrictions and isolation requirements in place at the time of travel.
However, when you book, Virgin Atlantic is offering: Free Covid-19 cover work £500,000; fully flexible booking in case plans change; enhanced hygiene measures at the airport and onboard the flight; pilots and crew Covid-19 cleared before every flight and free amenity kits including mask and hand sanitiser.
It's unclear when international travel will return to 'normal' but with the recent encouraging news about the coronavirus vaccines, many are hoping this will resume at some point in 2021.
Earlier this week, CEO of Qantas Alan Joyce said proof of a vaccination could be a requirement for international travel.
Speaking on A Current Affair he said: "We are looking at changing our terms and conditions to say that, for international travellers, we will ask people to have a vaccination before they get on the aircraft.
"Whether you need that domestically, we will have to see with Covid-19 and the market but certainly, for international visitors coming out [of Australia] and people leaving the country we think that's a necessity.
"I think that's going to be a common thing talking to my colleagues in other airlines around the globe."
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