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    Delta cover approx 70% of Virgins flight in/out of Atlanta under their codeshare agreement, so don't expect a VS flight necessarily.

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      I will wave at. you tomorrow.

      I fly from Heathrow t3 on BA 747 crate cattle class to Denver...set off at 14:40 right in the middle of the storm and arrive at 17:30 local time.... 9 and a half hours later!

      Snow in Denver seemly and up into the rockies on Sunday. ( a ice hockey game Saturday night) work for a week and back Thursday/Friday morning.


      Need an ESTA and passport...check medical insurance. Load UBER app to get about ...sorted.
      Was there the other weekend. Train into the city centre from the airport is only $9 and includes free travel on other light rail and buses for the whole day. Very friendly city and would love to go back again. Enjoy!
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      Generally in economy it is much of a muchness, go for convenience. Some of the BA planes are VERY old with shit IFE etc. The 787-800 is also terrible for width for anyone over 5'6 or 10 stone.
      I actually flew to Delta in the summer and it was pretty good. The extra legroom seats were decent
      Shame if BA have ruined their 787s with crap seats as they are a fantastic plane. Went with Virgin to NYC in the summer and the economy seats were okay. United to Denver the other week and the economy seats were fine and the Economy Plus the same but with more leg room. One all flights, the tinted windows were used to help with the body clock adjustment and I found I was both able to sleep better on the flights but also that I didn't really suffer with any jetlag - surprising for Denver as it is a 7 hour time difference.
      She’s the main man in the office in the city
      And she treats me like I’m just another lackey
      But I can put a tennis racket up against my face
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      Delta cover approx 70% of Virgins flight in/out of Atlanta under their codeshare agreement, so don't expect a VS flight necessarily.
      An easy way to tell if the flight is operated by Virgin is to check the flight number. If it is three digits it’s a Virgin aircraft (it could be 4 digits if it starts with a zero] four digits not starting with zero means it’s a code share using a Delta aircraft.

      I.E VS103 is a Virgin aircraft and VS4045 is a Delta aircraft
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