Virgin Atlantic S19 London – California frequency changes

Virgin Atlantic in recent weeks filed operational frequency changes between London Heathrow and California. From 05APR19, planned changes include the following.

London Heathrow – Los Angeles eff 05APR19 Increase from 20 to 21 weekly, new flight on Day 5 with VS023/024
VS007 LHR1135 – 1445LAX 789 D
VS141 LHR1235 – 1545LAX 789 D
VS023 LHR1525 – 1835LAX 789 D

VS008 LAX1715 – 1145+1LHR 789 D
VS142 LAX1840 – 1255+1LHR 789 D
VS024 LAX2045 – 1500+1LHR 789 D

EDIT: Virgin Atlantic on Thursday (12JUL18) filed additional changes, as it removes VS141/142. Service will be 14 weekly, instead of 21. The airline has been displaying 21 weekly at least for the last 2 weeks.

London Heathrow – San Francisco eff 05APR19 Reduce from 14 to 13 weekly, VS041/042 on Day 5 cancelled
VS019 LHR1115 – 1415SFO 789 D
VS041 LHR1445 – 1755SFO 789 x5

VS020 SFO1750 – 1205+1LHR 789 D
VS042 SFO2110 – 1530+1LHR 789 x5


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