American Virgin

December 26, 2010 by  

American Virgin, Virgin America, the airline based in California, announces that it welcomes the crew with Virgin Blue flight winning team. Earlier this year, airlines sister have teamed up to launch a unique Cross-continental cultural exchange – with six teammates Virgin America flight move to Australia to fly as part of the crew of Virgin Blue Vol. This winter, three members of Virgin Blue Cabin crew make their debut in flight at 35,000 feet along for Virgin America’s expansion of roads in North America. The exchange allows teammates to be flying Virgin America and Virgin Blue to participate in a cultural exchange program for one year allowing them the opportunity to fly as cabin crew for their support sister, after completing the course intensive training required by each airline. The program’s goal is to provide customers of each airline a chance to learn more about the country of origin for travel mates, while allowing teammates work experience and life in another country and another carrier Virgin brand.

“The exchange program offers Virgin crew members of both Virgin America and Virgin Blue flight team the chance to grow personally and in their profession,” said Frances Fiorillo, senior vice president of People and Services in flight Virgin America. “This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to experience and learn from our separate training modules, serve customers in different countries and personal growth -. By learning to work with new teammates and adapt to a new culture exchange will broaden our horizons and enrich their teammates work experience – and we hope will be a delight for our customers and, as they learn about Australian culture of our teammate’s exchange.

To be considered for the exchange program, the team members Virgin flight were invited to submit a documentary-style video that details their home region and the nation and also what they hoped to bring to the States United through cultural exchange. Virgin America plans to download the videos entertaining and informative at the Red ™ in flight on the platform of entertainment. In addition, the company is featuring selections of Australian wines in its First Class and Main Cabin.

Virgin America and Virgin Blue owned and operated and airlines, but both share the commitment of the Virgin brand value-based and innovative flight and sustainability efforts gradually. The crew exchange is not the first time the two companies joined forces. In August 2010, Virgin America and V Australia / Virgin Blue has announced the reciprocity between their loyalty program – Elevate and speed, enabling customers to earn points when taking flights on the Virgin brand airlines. For details on obtaining Elevate points for V Australia and Virgin Blue flights, visit the website of Virgin America. For details on obtaining speed points for Virgin America flights, visit the website of Velocity.

Since its launch in August 2007, Virgin America has entered the list of industry awards the best in its category, including “Best Domestic Airline” by Conde Nast Traveler’s Awards Readers 2008, 2009 and 2010 ‘Choice and Travel + Leisure in 2008, 2009 and 2010 World Best Awards as the best in its class in 2008, 2009 and 2010 Zagat Airline Survey Global. Virgin America won “Best crew in North America” award in the 2009 World Airline Awards. The airline offers cabins with mood lights, power outlets near every seat and in-flight entertainment system, Red – the most advanced platform for personal entertainment touch screen in the sky.

More information about the exchange of the crew, including photos, can be found on the Facebook page of Virgin America at: / virginamerica

About Virgin America: Based in California and launched in August 2007, Virgin America offers guests attractive fares and a host of innovative features aimed at reinventing air travel, including in-flight Internet service on each flight and entertainment platform the most advanced touch screen in the sky. The base of the airline operations is San Francisco International Airport. In just three years of flying, Virgin America has created 1700 new jobs and swept the major awards Trip to read, including “Best Domestic Airline” in Conde Nast Traveler 2008 Readers’ Choice Awards 2009 and 2010 “and” Best Airline domestic air “in Travel + Leisure in 2008, 2009 and 2010 World Best Awards.

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