Virgin Atlantic’s new suite on show at ATM
Dubai, April 24, 2008
Virgin Atlantic will mark its presence for the third consecutive year at the Arabian Travel Market to be held at the Dubai International Exhibition and Convention Centre.
The event will be held from May 6 to 9.
"We are delighted to be able to participate again this year at the ATM after two successful years since our launch of services from Dubai in March 2006. The Arabian Travel Market gives us the opportunity to promote our range of product and services whilst show-casing our award winning upper class suite to our customers," said regional manager Middle East and Indian Ocean Andrew Fyfe.
“Our upper class product has been extremely well received by our passengers. Flying Virgin Atlantic’s upper class one can expect the biggest flat bed in its class, to take off and land with the seat in the reclined position, Freedom Menu and chauffeur driven transfers to and from the airport. Passengers travelling in Upper Class can enjoy the benefits of our new Drive Thru Check-In at the New Upper Class Wing with Private Security Channel and relax at our Award winning Heathrow Clubhouse,” he added.
Virgin Atlantic won the Business Travel World Award for Best Long haul Business Airline and has also revamped its premium economy product. This revamp includes a bigger more comfortable leather seat, dedicated cabin, dedicated crew, new meal service served on chinaware with priority check-in and boarding.
Fyfe said that this product is aimed at the cost conscious business traveller and higher end leisure passenger and this dedicated cabin offers a true value for money experience which has seen high load factors since it was introduced on the Dubai-London route. –TradeArabia News Service
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