Can I use Virgin Atlantic miles on Virgin Australia?

Virgin Atlantic partners with several very useful airlines including Air New Zealand, All Nippon Airways (ANA), South African Airways, Virgin Australia (when they reboot?) and, yes, even Delta. You can earn Virgin Miles when you fly on these airlines, and you can “burn” mile on these airlines too.

Is Virgin Australia connected to Virgin Atlantic?

Since October 2018, Virgin Atlantic has placed its code on an additional 14 domestic Australian city pairs operated by Virgin Australia. Virgin Australia and Virgin Atlantic flew 13,000 codeshare passengers in 2018, and expect to fly 18,000 in 2019, representing 24 passengers daily each way.

Does Virgin Atlantic have a frequent flyer program?

Start rewarding adventures. Join Flying Club for free and earn Virgin Points on every Virgin Atlantic flight, and spend them on fabulous rewards like upgrades, flights and much more.

What frequent flyer program is Virgin Australia?

Velocity Frequent Flyer
With almost five million members, Virgin Australia’s Velocity Frequent Flyer program is one of Australia’s most popular loyalty programs.

Can I transfer Virgin Atlantic miles?

You cannot however transfer or sell points from one Flying Club account to another. The rules, introduced by Virgin Atlantic, in 2020 allow up to 9 people in the same household to link accounts and transfer points to one another with Gold Tier status.

Can you use Virgin air miles on Virgin Cruises?

When booking with Virgin Atlantic Holidays you can also use your points to spend less money on your Virgin Voyages holiday with Points Plus Money. With as little as 3,000 points in your account you can reduce the cost of your cruise and flight by £16.50. Find out more here.

What airlines are partners with Virgin Atlantic?

Joint venture partners

  • Air France. Fly to a number of destinations from the UK to Canada and the United States via Paris with our joint venture partner Air France.
  • Delta Air Lines. Fly to a number of destinations in the USA, Caribbean and Canada through our joint venture partner Delta Air Lines.
  • KLM.

What alliance is Virgin Atlantic in?

Virgin Atlantic does not belong to an airline alliance, but it does have three joint venture partners, which Virgin Atlantic describes as similar to codeshare partners but with a deeper level of commitment and cooperation due to their joint business venture. These include: Delta.

Is Virgin Atlantic part of Star Alliance?

Richard Branson’s Virgin Atlantic has never been part of an alliance, although the airline is 49% owned by Star Alliance member Singapore Airlines.

Which alliance is Virgin Atlantic part of?

Is Virgin Australia a member of Star Alliance?

Air Canada, Air China, Air Mauritius, Air New Zealand, Air Seychelles, All Nippon Airways (ANA), Asiana Airlines, Egypt Air, Emirates, Ethiopian, Jet Blue, LAM, Lufthansa, Mango, Scandinavian (SAS), Singapore Airlines, Swiss Airline, TAP, Virgin Atlantic, RwandAir, TAM, and Virgin Australia.