Virgin Atlantic is returning to Canada in 2025 with daily flights between Toronto and London! The airline’s first route in ten years launches in March with fares starting from £490 per person (673.68 Canadian). Here’s what we know so far.

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According to Virgin Airlines, “direct flights between London Heathrow and Toronto Pearson International Airport, will mark the airline’s expansion in North America and into Canada’s financial hub.”

The expansion is a part of Virgin Airlines 40th anniversary, returning to Canada’s skies for the first time in around a decade.

In addition, Virgin Atlantic is announcing its “expanded codeshare partnership with Canadian carrier WestJet,” which is scheduled for October this year.

The partnership will allow Canadian customers to travel “seamlessly throughout the region, including flights from Ottawa and Winnipeg.”

Benefits for both of the airlines’ frequent flyers are expected to also follow in 2025.

“When starting Virgin Atlantic 40 years ago, I went against everyone’s advice. Friends, experts, the press, the pundits – and on paper, they were right,” says Sir Richard Branson, Founder, Virgin Atlantic.

“Back then, travelling by plane wasn’t a fun experience, but airlines were allowed to get away with it as no real competition existed.  I realised then that there was a gap to give passengers a great experience – and I love a challenge. The result was our ruby red airline, that shook up aviation.”

Virgin Atlantic, welcome back to Canada and see you in Toronto in 2025!