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Virgin America to expand service to Las Vegas

The airline Virgin America will expand service to McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, a move that runs counter to the overall trend of airline cutbacks.

Virgin officials announced today they will add another route to New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport effective Dec. 11.

After the addition the airline will have two flights daily between Las Vegas and New York.

Virgin America was founded in August, 2007 and is based in San Francisco.

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