Is Virgin the best 'upper class' airline in North America?

Old Aug 4, 18, 4:35 pm
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Old Aug 4, 18, 6:11 pm
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Looking for an airline that either has:
Business class only flights
or
Only caters to frequent flyers.

Money is no object.

Any recommendations?
Virgin America does not really exist now

With "money no object" private charters are the only way to fly. Many business provide that service.
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Old Aug 12, 18, 12:39 am
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Originally Posted by jungly View Post
Looking for an airline that either has:
Business class only flights
or
Only caters to frequent flyers.

Money is no object.

Any recommendations?
With your reference to Business, perhaps you're referring to Virgin Atlantic? What route(s) do you mainly fly?

As for an airline that "only caters to frequent fliers", I think your basically SOL unless you can get top-tier status on DL with Delta 360 (or maybe AA Concierge Key, or perhaps UA Global Services). When you say caters to frequent fliers, do you mean people who travel often, and are easier to deal with as a seasoned road warrior? Or you mean better at catering to their own frequent fliers in terms of perks/benefits for their elites.

Your verbiage is extremely vague, and people (either inside this forum or in the world in general) can only help you if you provide specifics.
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Old Aug 18, 18, 6:59 am
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i think you are looking for a personal private jet.
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