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The company was acquired last year by Alaska Air which decided to dilute the brand; After the purchase, the group became the fifth largest line in the country.
It was the first firm to offer Wi-Fi on board on all flights, satellite TV and plugs in each seat. But soon, everything will stop being part of the identity of Virgin America, because the airline, considered the best in the US, will disappear from airports in 2019.
Last year, Alaska Air acquired the company for a total of $ 2.6 billion, making it the fifth largest airline in the US, with 1,200 daily flights and a fleet of 300 aircraft. So far, Alaska Air had maintained the brand, but this week they announced that the parent company will absorb Virgin.