Virgin America Announces Fares Without Borders Sale, Details Chihuahua Rescue Efforts

Virgin America’s Fares Without Borders sale kicks off today, celebrating the carrier’s newly announced service between San Francisco, California and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

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Virgin America Named Best Low-Cost Airline at World Airline Awards

Virgin America was recently named the “Best Low-Cost Airline” at the World Airline Awards during the 2011 Paris Air Show. The title was awarded after a 10-month poll of more than 18 million air travelers.

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Virgin America Invests $1.4 Billion in New Fuel Efficient Jet Engine from GE

This week, Virgin America announced that it would be spending $1.4 billion to install 60 LEAP jet engines across its fleet by 2016.

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American Airlines Offering Incentives for Chicago Travelers as Virgin America Lands at O’Hare

After years of fighting for gate space, Virgin America finally landed at Chicago’s O’Hare International airport Wednesday which has other airlines scrambling to retain their hold on the Chicago market.

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Virgin America Eyeing Newark and Washington National

Virgin America CEO David Cush says the airline is looking to land in Washington Reagan National Airport and Newark Liberty International in 2011. Both hubs are currently capacity-controlled but policy changes could soon allow Virgin America to win landing rights.

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