Virgin Atlantic A330-200 G-VWND

 

 

Virgin Atlantic A330-200 G-VWND

Virgin Atlantic Aircraft

Virgin Atlantic A330-200 Fleet

G-VWND Maintenance Record

Details of all maintenance stoppages of five days or greater and company facilities and all maintenance stops at other facilities.

G-VWND Tracker

Details of all tracked flights made by G-VWND in the past 30 days. For older flights please see Jet Tracker.

Cabin Colour Codes

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Premium Economy

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G-VWND Seat Map

G-VWND News History

Virgin Atlantic A330-200 G-VWND Overnight St Lucia Delay.

Virgin Atlantic A330-200 G-VWND operated the Grenada – St Lucia sector of VS90 Grenada – St Lucia – London Gatwick early this evening, however the onward sector to London Gatwick has been delayed overnight. It is not clear whether this is due to a crew or a technical issue.

Virgin Atlantic A330-200 G-VWND VS34 Shannon Technical Diversion.

Virgin Atlantic A330-200 G-VWND operating VS34 Antigua – London Gatwick (depart Antigua 14th August) diverted to Shannon this morning due to a cargo hold smoke indication. The aircraft was able to position Shannon – London Gatwick during the evening as VS832P.

Virgin Atlantic A330-200 G-VWND Returns from New York JFK.

Following the technical issue it encountered on 18th April, Virgin Atlantic A330-200 G-VWND returned to service this evening operating VS10 New York JFK – London Heathrow. Today’s VS45 London Heathrow – New York JFK was cancelled. This was the first Virgin Atlantic A330-200 service at London Heathrow.

Virgin Atlantic A330-200 G-VWND New York JFK Technical Issue.

Virgin Atlantic A330-200 G-VWND operated VS127 Manchester – New York JFK this afternoon, however the aircraft then encountered a technical issue causing the JFK departure schedule to be re-arranged and VS138 New York JFK – London Heathrow to be cancelled.

Virgin Atlantic A330-200 G-VWND Returns from Cambridge Maintenance.

Virgin Atlantic A330-200 G-VWND, which has been under maintenance at Cambridge since 8th March, positioned Cambridge – London Gatwick this afternoon using GVWND as its callsign. The aircraft is now in Virgin Atlantic livery and wears the name “Scarlett O’Hara”.

 

 

 

 

 

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