Virgin America outbids for the last eight slots at Washington Reagan National Airport

Virgin America (San Francisco) has secured the last eight landing and takeoff slots at Washington’s Reagan National Airport (DCA). Virgin America outbid Spirit Airlines and others for the last slots according to Reuters. This last allotment comes after last month’s award of 54 slots to Southwest Airlines and 40 to JetBlue Airways (including 16 it had been leasing). The slot sales were demanded by the Department of Justice (DOJ) a precondition for the American Airlines-US Airways merger.

Copyright Photo: Brian McDonough/AirlinersGallery.com. Airbus A320-214 N839VA (msn 4610) completes its final approach from the south into Washington Reagan National Airport.

Virgin America: AG Slide Show

Current Route Map: There will now be more Virgin America routes and flights radiating from DCA probably starting with LAX and more flights to SFO. Here are the current routes from Los Angeles (LAX):

Virgin America logo

Virgin America 2.2014 LAX Route Map

 

 

1 thought on “Virgin America outbids for the last eight slots at Washington Reagan National Airport

  1. No Fly Zone

    A nice update and I’m happy to see VA expanding a bit. Per the included route map, I do NOT understand the routes marked as seasonal, SFO-PDX and SFO-Austin. I must be missing something here.

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