Virgin Atlantic has announced it is increasing capacity from Manchester to Orlando and Las Vegas for this summer.

To meet high demand to two of its most popular leisure destinations, the airline is adding 24 additional flights to Orlando and Las Vegas, amounting to more than 8,000 additional departure seats for the summer season.
A second daily flight from Manchester to Orlando is being introduced on Thursdays and Sundays during July and August. There will be a total of 12 additional return flights over the school summer holidays which will increase the weekly number of flights from Manchester to the Sunshine State from 11 to 13.

The carrier will also be adding an extra weekly flight from Manchester to Las Vegas for a period of 12 weeks between July and October. The additional service will operate on a Tuesday, taking the total number of return flights to three per week over the season.

Meanwhile, the airline has announced it is restoring summer service flights to Tobago, with flights expected to commence weekly on Sunday from March 29, followed by twice weekly flights from October via Antigua.

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