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Virgin Atlantic Unveils New Autumn Menus Across all Cabins

Virgin Atlantic has launched new Autumn menus across all cabins with elevated services in Upper Class, the restart of Supper service, new antipasti plates and desserts in Premium, the reintroduction of hot chocolate service and more.


Virgin Atlantic Introduces New Autumn Menus Across All Cabins - Courtesy Virgin Atlantic

On Wednesday (October 20, 2021), Virgin Atlantic announced the introduction of new autumn menus across all cabins. Upper glass guests will enjoy an elevated service with an enhanced choice of starters and desserts, and Supper service will return with the signature Extra Bite Burger, cocktails and barista style coffees. Premium guests will be treated to new antipasti plates as well as enhanced desserts, and hot chocolate service will be reintroduced across all cabins. As part of the company’s commitment to sustainability, Virgin Atlantic will introduce wine in cans from emerging UK startup, Nice Drinks, which will be available in Premium and Economy Class.


In Wednesday’s announcement, Virgin Atlantic’s Chief Customer and Operating Officer, Corneel Koster, said,


“At Virgin Atlantic we know that the travelling experience is about so much more than just getting from A to B. As restrictions continue to ease and customers return to the skies, we’ve introduced some exciting new Autumn menu options, and reintroduced onboard favourites and little touches that make all the difference in enhancing the flying experience for our customers. We’re also proud to be making changes in line with our commitment to offering a more sustainable service, by trialing recyclable wine in cans from Nice Drinks.


“Those joining us on board for the first time since the pandemic can rest assured knowing that health and safety remains top of mind, ensuring that everyone flies safe and well with Virgin Atlantic. We cannot wait to welcome our customers back on board, flying them safely and in style, on a well-deserved holiday or to reunite and reconnect with loved ones, colleagues, business partners or customers.”


New Upper Class starters include a pear and Waldorf salad or smoked duck breast followed by a main choice of braised pork cheek, roasted trout fillet or vegan spiced cauliflower pie. The updated Premium menu includes a new antipasti plate starter, followed by an autumnal venison stew, spicy jerk chicken or vegan penne Bolognese. For dessert, premium guests will enjoy the option of a New York Style cheesecake.



Virgin Atlantic's New Autumn 2021 Menu Options - Courtesy Virgin Atlantic

Founded by entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson in 1984, Virgin Atlantic has brought innovation and the highest level of customer care to the airline industry. The carrier was voted Britain’s only Global Five Star Airline by APEX in 2020 for the fourth consecutive year. Headquartered in London, Virgin Atlantic employs 5,900 team members worldwide. The airline currently serves 27 destinations across four continents. Alongside shareholder and Joint Venture partner Delta Air Lines, Virgin Atlantic operates a leading network between the US and UK, with onward connections to over 200 cities around the world. By 2022, Virgin Atlantic will operate an efficient and simplified fleet of 37 twin-engine aircraft, delivering a 10 percent savings compared to the aircraft they replace.



Source: Virgin Atlantic



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