Updates to Virgin Atlantic’s Fare Basis Structure

  • 28 July 2020
  • News
  • Virgin Atlantic

Virgin Atlantic will be making changes to their fare basis structure. The change will align with their airline partners to ensure they are able to provide harmonised pricing across UK point of sale.

This new structure will be implemented on the 3 August 2020 for travel to the USA, Canada and Mexico*. Virgin Atlantic will then continue with their UK to rest of the world network and update you with their updated implementation plan.

The result of the new fare basis structure will mean that all four carriers; AF, KL, DL and VS will now only have one set of fares for the UK market that will have no restrictions on routing**.

Virgin Atlantic have provided their fare base structure as it is today and how it will look once changes have been implemented.

* This new fare basis structure also applies to interline and codeshare journeys from USA, Canada and Mexico to Europe and V.V

** Please note all fares that are currently only permitted via Paris (CDG) and Amsterdam (AMS) will be remove.  They will move from two sets of fares as you see today (1. London Heathrow (LHR)/Direct and 2. Via AMS and CDG) and will be replaces with one new fare permitting all.

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