I have flown with Virgin Atlantic many times and have reviewed their long-haul Premium Economy flights. My trip reports can be found below.
Virgin Atlantic Premium Economy has a 21 inch seat width, 38 inch legroom, free drinks, and free food. What is great is that you get priority boarding, wide reclining chairs with footrests, and an enhanced menu offering served on china with stainless steel cutlery. The snack bar on the new 787 aircraft also offers a place to walk to and collect free snacks and drinks on a help-yourself basis which we like.
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I have compared British Airways Premium Economy vs. Virgin Atlantic’s Premium Economy. I also have reviewed Virgin Atlantic in Upper Class.
When flying in Premium Economy, you do not get access to any Virgin Atlantic lounges, but if you are flying out of London Heathrow, you can use your Priority Pass or pay to access to the Aspire Lounge In Heathrow Terminal 5 or the Aspire Lounge in Terminal 3.
Below you will find my most recent flight reviews on Virgin Atlantic in Premium Economy.
In this trip report, I review Premium Economy on Virgin Atlantic, on their new Boeing 787-900 Dreamliner on my flight from London Heathrow to Newark in New York. This flight flew out of London Heathrow Terminal Terminal 3. You can… Read More.
Which is the best Premium Economy Transatlantic Airline? British Airways or Virgin Atlantic? Interestingly there is a third airline worth considering. Norwegian Airlines has also started to dominate on this route with new planes and an excellent Premium Economy offering… Read More.
You can read my listing of the world’s top 10 Premium Economy Airlines.
Note: Benefits offered correct at the time of writing but may be amended at discretion of the vendor.