Virgin America, the California-based airline that is reinventing domestic travel, took the top honors for “Best Business/First Class” among domestic airlines in Conde Nast Traveler’s 2010 Business Travel Poll. The annual survey of the magazine’s business travelers ranked Virgin America as the top U.S. airline for the third consecutive year, as reported in the October issue of Conde Nast Traveler. To thank its loyal business guests, the airline today launches a “Taking Care of Business” two-day fare sale with low fares in the airline’s Main Cabin and its premium Main Cabin Select service.
Two independent firms asked 25,900 Conde Nast Traveler readers identified as business travelers to rate hotels, airports and airlines on a variety of criteria. Final scores (out of 100) represent the percentage of readers who rated a hotel, airport, or airline “excellent” or “very good.” Virgin America rated an overall score of 89.7 — its two nearest competitors ranked at 82.2 (Midwest) and 68.1 (Continental) respectively.
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