The space is easy to identify with massive logos visible from the drop-off forecourt, and once in the terminal, there are numerous signs with the various check-in counters, as well as an abundance of self-service units. Service at the counter is probably the weakest element during this flight experience — it is totally efficient, but there are no niceties, and I am simply directed to look at the information screens for my gate allocation at the service closing. Boarding begins minutes before departure with priority customers called first. The welcome at the door sets a good first-impression and combined with simple purple mood-lighting and attractively laid out bar area for the Upper-Class cabin there is a prestigious feel. I am quickly seated in the bulkhead row, and the cabin crew are swift to provide drinks prosecco, water and orange juice , and these are kept topped up throughout the boarding process. Newspapers shortly follow and individual menus.
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Virgin Atlantic Passenger Trip Reports. Virgin Atlantic Economy Class seat reviews. Virgin Atlantic aircraft seat plans. It turned over to a flat bed with ease and the adjustments in the seat all worked. The service good on the way there and back. The food is good and was available at any time. The negative point I could give is the seat adjustment didnt go far back enough for me.
Review: Virgin Atlantic Upper Class to London, LAX to LHR
Logg inn. Become a member and participate in our discussions, ask question and share your knowledge and experiences. Nye innlegg Dagens innlegg Nylig aktivitet Unanswered threads. Bosted: Singapore. This was my first time with Virgin Upper Class.
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