Flew both upstairs and downstairs and absolutely loved the excitement of seeing it. Telling my little one the place was a double decker made the journey a touch more adventurous !
Indeed, the 747 was an amazing plane a real experience - particularly with the double deck aspect. Much like losing Concorde, another classic is gone.Flew both upstairs and downstairs and absolutely loved the excitement of seeing it. Telling my little one the place was a double decker made the journey a touch more adventurous !
They’ve only just announced that scheduled flights will restart from July 20th As yet there is no word on when UK visitors will be allowed into the US. Until that announcement, Virgin can’t really do anything.Loved flying in this plane upstairs and downstairs feels odd that I still have a reservation for upstairs but not heard anything off Virginfor September departure
Its even simpler than that, at the moment the USA is not allowing people who have visited the UK, Ireland or the EU Schengen zone to enter the country, unless they are a US citizen (or some visa holders) if you are allowed in then you need to quarantine for 14 days. So by default you cannot travel and only if you can then you need to quarantine.Unfortunately for those who come to Orlando from the United Kingdom must quarantine for 2 weeks and then when they head back to the UK, they must quarantine again for 2 weeks. Until this is lifted, not many people are going to be coming. Expect the airlines to adjust their schedules until these travel bans and quarantines are lifted.
There's talk of the E.U. instituting a travel ban on travelers from the U.S. on July 1. I don't know what that would do to UK or EU citizens travelling to/from the U.S. Perhaps that impending restriction is factoring into their calculations.Strangely though, the flights they had booked in July were close on full according to the seat map.
Maybe it's just me but I didn't realize Virgin was still a thing.