Long-haul airline Virgin Atlantic has teamed up with a passport services firm to help passengers organise their travel documents.

Passengers booking flights to India and Australia with Virgin Atlantic will now be able to access important travel documents such as visas and passports online.

The long-haul airline has joined forces with CIBT to integrate the global passport service provider’s systems into its main website, it was announced on Monday (September 21st).

This means that travellers heading to destinations in India, Australia, China and Africa can now use virgin-atlantic.com to access CIBT’s visa and passport services at the same time as organising their flight tickets.

“Virgin Atlantic’s aim is to provide our passengers with a seamless travel experience from booking through to arriving at their destinations, so these easy- to-use services from CIBT will really benefit our passengers,” said Dee Cooper, director of product and service at Virgin Atlantic.

Based as London’s Heathrow and Gatwick airports, Virgin Atlantic operates long-haul flight services to 30 destinations worldwide.

The carrier recently unveiled a new baggage policy allowing economy passengers to check in one piece of luggage weighing up to 23 kilograms, while those in the premium economy class are entitled to check in two bags of the same weight and upper class passengers can take three 23kg bags.

Written by Anthony Nicholson

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