Virgin Atlantic launches Manchester to San Francisco route

The route from Manchester airport is one of three new destinations which also include Boston and New York JFK.

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Operating three times weekly from summer 2017, Virgin Atlantic’s Manchester-San Francisco flights will connect the region with landmarks such as Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and Fisherman’s Wharf.  Virgin Atlantic will be the first ever carrier to provide direct services between Manchester and the northern Californian city.

The San Francisco route has already launched, with  the Manchester to Boston service debuting on Wednesday 29th April and the connection with JFK New York commencing in May.

 

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