Pillows Get Fluffy at Virgin America as Rivals’ Seats Lie Flat
Will add more comfortable pillows and duvet in cross-First Class
National flights to help passengers lured by low prices and lies offered by competitors --flat berths.
While the competitor\'s market is specially equipped with premium cabins and convertible cars that allow overnight travelers to take a nap, Virgin America will stick to its white color
Waist massager and 165 leather seat available
Chief executive David Cush said the degree was tilted.
\"We are satisfied with the seats we have,\" Cush said in an interview . \".
\"There is no doubt that we have our own company.
Our goal is to keep our customers and price them fairly.
\"The route across the continent includes John F. of New York.
Kennedy International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport.
Virgin America said the company\'s revenue for the third quarter was second, flying one mile per seat, after American Airlines, through recent data.
For the next 30 days, berlingame, California
Operators at headquarters will announce their crossover
Including improved and comprehensive national services
Size of pillow and duvet.
It will be upgraded for the first time
Class menu, about a year after the last change, items such as handmade ice cream were added on some flights.
The airline is owned in part by American Airlines. K.
Billionaire Richard Branson declined to give details of the change.
Virgin America got 4.
$ 4% to $35.
71 closing in New York after the fourth announcement
Quarterly results earlier Wednesday.
The airline\'s share price has risen 55% since its initial public offering in November.
Virgin America will not consider transforming some of its fleet with professional premium cabins like America and JetBlue. ’s Mint.
These changes are expensive and aircraft can only be used at certain intersections
The National Route, Kush said.
Number of seats available for cross use
Cush said national flights excluding Virgin America had increased by 10%.
This, he said, led to a \"considerable dilution of the average fare\", a drop of up to 40%.
\"Due to the influence of mint, we have retained our customers, although the price is low,\" Cush said in a conference call on Wednesday . \"Quarterly results.
\"So far we stick to our guns.