Virgin Atlantic has confirmed dates for the return of five key routes this month.
Services to Delhi have now recommenced, with three flights a week from Heathrow Terminal 2. Tel Aviv begins on 6 September, also three times a week, followed by Lagos on 10 September, which will operate four times a week.
It will be followed by Atlanta on 15 September three times a week and, a day later, Mumbai, four times a week. All will operate from Terminal 2 until further notice.
The carrier is already serving Hong Kong, New York JFK, Los Angeles, Barbados, Shanghai and Miami.
Juha Jarvinen, chief commercial officer said: “We’re continually reviewing our network and as countries begin to open up their borders, we’re introducing more and more flying.”
The carrier has changed its meal service but still offers hot food in all cabins. Economy and Premium Economy customers receive a “Fly safe, eat well” meal box, with a choice of three hot meals, cheese and biscuits and a dessert pot.
Upper Class customers will receive a choice of three hot meals, dessert, cheese plate and crackers plus a ciabatta roll, all delivered to their seat on a tray.