Virgin Atlantic's A320

Fun fact: Virgin had a subsidary airline called,
“Virgin Atlantic Little Red”
It would operate some flights under Aer Lingus sometimes.

                *THIS IS NOT PHOTOSHOP*
              credit:https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Virgin_Atlantic_A320_EI-DEO_(8882380884).jpg
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oh really, are they renting?

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You kind of have to if the photo wasn’t taken by you. If it was taken by you, thats fine. But the guidelines are hard set.

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Oh okay, ill re-edit that right now.

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Thank you.

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Just did it.

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They were actually not, the subsidary ceased operations in late 2015…

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I made a feature request for it to be added to IF if you could like to vote, it would be much appreciated.

I was lucky enough to fly Virgin Atlantic Little Red in 2014. 😊

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Are Virgin America (now Alaska), Virgin Atlantic, and Virgin Australia at all relatated? Or all owned by a huge company? They all have almost identical logos, even the same as the network company Virgin Mobile

It’s all part of one big company called the Virgin Group.

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It’s a shame they’re no longer operating - especially with that livery! Dwindling passenger numbers and the lack of routes “little red” offered (with destinations being Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Manchester & their Hub, London Heathrow) - they tried to compete with British Airways on those domestic routes, but it seems like British Airways won out.

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