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All that’s left now is for Virgin America to release its initial flight schedule. The Burlingame, Calif., airline said an announcement will be made soon so travelers can begin buying tickets.
Virgin America previously has said it will fly from San Francisco International Airport to John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. The airline also intends to offer service in San Diego, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Washington Dulles International Airport within the first year of service.
Getting the right to fly proved to be a daunting process for Virgin America because of its ties to British billionaire Richard Branson, who came up with the idea for a new U.S. airline that would offer travelers more comfort at a lower cost than the industry’s long-established carriers.
After Virgin America made a series of concessions to minimize Mr. Branson’s influence, regulators reversed course and approved the airline’s revised structure in May.
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