In a deep restructuring of its network, Virgin Atlantic is shifting capacity from several long-haul markets to free up aircraft for more transatlantic flying. The airline said Wednesday that it will cease flights to Tokyo, Cape Town, Mumbai and Vancouver between now and early 2015. The aircraft used for these routes will be redeployed on a new daily service from Heathrow to Detroit, additional daily services to New York John F. Kennedy and Los Angeles as well as seasonal daily flights to ...

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