Monday, 11 October 2010 12:00 AM
Virgin Atlantic has announced that it will increase flights from London to Ghana during the peak travel period this winter.
From December 11th to January 9th, an extra flight will be added to Virgin’s London to Accra service, taking the number of flights to four per week.
The announcement comes after Virgin’s London to Ghana service proved to be one of the most popular of the carrier’s new service launches.
Edmond Rose, director of commercial and revenue planning for Virgin Atlantic, said: “Our presence on this route has been key in bringing increased competition, providing real choice in schedule and product for the 200,000 passengers flying between London and Accra each year.”
He added that Virgin will strive to make the flight frequency permanent as soon as possible to meet the growing customer demand.
Virgin’s London to Accra service operates from Heathrow on an Airbus A340-300 aircraft with 240 seats onboard – 34 upper class, 35 premium economy and 171 economy.
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