Virgin America to offer Philadelphia flights
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - January 17, 2012 (WPVI) -- Virgin America says it will start flying to and from Philadelphia in April.
The airline will offer three daily non-stop flights between Philadelphia and Los Angeles on April 4 and two daily non-stop flights between Philadelphia and San Francisco on April 10.
Virgin America is partly owned by Richard Branson, the founder of the British airline Virgin Atlantic. The airline will offer introductory fares between Philadelphia and California starting at $129 each way.
Virgin America, based near San Francisco, is known for wooing customers with high-end services. It offers perks like new aircraft, more legroom, wireless internet and in-flight video entertainment systems.
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