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Virgin Atlantic Travel Class Question

Thu Dec 09, 2010 2:04 am

Hi All,

I was looking at flights today on the Virgin Atlantic website, and I noticed that on the drop down menu for "travel class" there are a few options. I understand them all except for the last three: Upper Class (Lowest), Upper Class (Flexible), Business Class.

My impression was that Virgin Atlantic's "Business" offering is called "Upper Class". Their website doesn't offer much help on this issue, so I was wondering if anyone on here could offer any more insight? Thanks
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readytotaxi
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RE: Virgin Atlantic Travel Class Question

Thu Dec 09, 2010 6:47 pm

Hi,
With the Upper Class (Lowest) you get the seat & the Lounge. No Chauffeur car and no change of travel date.
With the Upper Class (Flexible) you get the lot
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KShafiq7
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RE: Virgin Atlantic Travel Class Question

Thu Dec 23, 2010 3:26 am

Upper Class is basically the Business Class.

As explained by readytotaxi, the Lowest and Flexible is the price difference in the level of service you receive.
 
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RE: Virgin Atlantic Travel Class Question

Thu Dec 23, 2010 1:16 pm

It may also relate to the ability to book business class on codeshare partners such as CO and SQ, who obviously don't call business class 'Upper Class'?

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