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BA v Virgin v Others

Discussion in 'Transportation & Travel' started by dvcjane, Jul 27, 2009.

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    Is virgin still considered the best generally speaking or has BA or one of the charters got better than them now?

    Weve always gone virgin so far but last time we thought theyd gone downhill
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    Depending where you are flying from since BMI has gone it has made it more difficult to get decent flights from Manchester as there is only Virgin, BMI flights everyone raved about.

    Flying from London you have Virgin or BA both very much the same quality wise.

    Then you have the charter but you do not get the luggage allowance.

    Virgin were meant to be rolling out theri new planes but that seems to have been put back
    Kim
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    If we are lucky enough to be upgrading then I by far prefer the Virgin upgrade to premium economy than the BA one - much better value and service. The economy seats are pretty much on par with each other and so it depends on the day we book which airline is offering the best price, as to who we go with! :wave:

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