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Virgin Atlantic Upper Class

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Upper Class passengers are invited to enjoy a drink and chat with fellow travelers at Virgin Atlantic's onboard bar


Upper Class Flying Courtesy of Virgin Atlantic

Virgin Group founder/multibillionaire mastermind Sir Richard Branson is intent upon changing the way we view luxury travel — and if Virgin Atlantic's posh Upper Class cabin is any indication of what he has in mind, we say bring it on! Offering first class amenities at a business class price, the appropriately-named Upper Class provides guests with their own private suite, complete with a large center table, multidirectional 10.4-inch TV and ottoman/guest seat. Looking to get some rest before the big business meeting? Consider booking in the specially-designated "Snooze Zone," which features dim lighting and service designed to minimize interruption for sleepy travelers.

To book your seat, visit the Virgin Atlantic official website

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