Virgin Atlantic has unveiled plans to restart operations to an additional 17 destinations, including Tel Aviv, Miami, San Francisco and Barbados from August.
The carrier announced earlier this month its intention to resume Heathrow flights from 20 July on routes such as New York JFK and Los Angeles.
Virgin’s network will be expanded further in August, beginning with Heathrow-Barbados on 1 August as well as services from London to Shanghai and San Francisco on 4 August.
From 9 August, Virgin will return to Tel Aviv with Miami flights resuming on 18 August, Lagos on 23 August and Atlanta on 25 August.
As part of its flying resumption, Virgin will operate temporarily from Heathrow Terminal 2, due to the airport’s consolidation strategy and return to T3 when demand allows.
The airline has also delayed the restart of its Heathrow-Orlando service until 24 August, with the route subject to approval by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.