Virgin Atlantic will put its summer 2021 flying programme on sale this Saturday.
The services will operate from Heathrow, Manchester, Glasgow and Belfast.
The airline said "as countries start to lift travel restrictions and demand for travel begins to return" it expects to steadily increase passenger flying in the second half of this year, with a further, gradual recovery through 2021.
For summer next year, Virgin Atlantic intends to fly to 24 destinations on a fleet of wide-body, twin-engine aircraft comprising of A330-300s, 787-9s, A350-1000s, as well as A330-200s before they retire in early 2022 as planned.
Juha Jarvinen, chief commercial officer at Virgin Atlantic, said: "As the Covid-19 crisis stabilises and demand gradually returns, we are looking forward to welcoming our customers back and flying them safely to their favourite destinations.
"We have taken the opportunity to pause, reflect and reshape our 2021 flying programme looking at efficiencies in our fleet and connectivity across our network, to ensure it is fit for the future, flying to the destinations we know our customers love to fly.
"We’re delighted that our popular Tel Aviv service, which launched in September 2019, will now increase to double daily, while regional flying from Manchester, Glasgow and Belfast will continue to play an important part in offering choice to customers and connecting UK travellers to Orlando, Barbados, Atlanta, New York and Los Angeles."
Virgin Atlantic’s summer schedule begins on 28 March 2021.