Virgin America ceased operations on April 24, 2018. The airline got merged with Alaska Airlines. Virgin America was an American airline having its headquarters in Burlingame, California. With a fleet of 67 aircraft, Virgin America flights flew to 30 destinations. The airline had its hubs at Los Angeles International Airport, and San Francisco International Airport, and its focus cities included Dallas-Love. The airline's parent company was Alaska Air Group. And its frequent flyer program was called Elevate.
Passengers bought Virgin America tickets to fly to destinations in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Virgin America had codeshare agreements with Alaska Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Virgin Australia, Hawaiian Airlines, and Virgin Atlantic.
Virgin America Fleet
As of January 10, 2018, Virgin America’s fleet comprised - 67 aircraft, which included - (10) Airbus A319-100, (53) Airbus A320-200, and (4) Airbus A321neo
Virgin America Classes of Service
Virgin America offered three classes of service for the passengers who made Virgin America reservations. These classes include - First Class, Main Cabin Select, and Main Cabin.