Flying UC Suite this weekend - question on LHR

Old Nov 5, 03, 7:09 am
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Flying UC Suite this weekend - question on LHR

All - I'll fortunately be among the first to try the new UpperClass Suite this weekend, VS004 JFKLHR, seat 3A, followed by a return on VS003, seat 7A next week. Full trip report will of course follow.

Question - I'll be traveling with a colleague booked in PE. Upon arrival, will we BOTH be able to use the arrival facilities? U.S. carriers are generally accommodating in allowing premium passengers a 1-guest allowance, but Iím unsure as to whether Virgin affords this option on the arrival end. Thanks.
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Old Nov 5, 03, 7:20 am
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Revivals is only open to those flying in Upper Class or those who have Gold status. There was some talk of people taking gussts in for a fee, I seem to recall.

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Old Nov 5, 03, 9:39 am
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if they are quiet then politeness is the key, if busy then not a cat in hells chance
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Old Nov 5, 03, 10:58 am
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Jamie.

Any chance of a detailed trip report when you have completed your journey please?

Edited 'cos I didn't read Jamie's post fully ;(

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Old Nov 5, 03, 11:10 am
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The intent is to post a full report within a week or so, perhaps on the BA page as well. With any luck, I can post photos somewhere, or make them available to those who ask.


<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by Nottingham Nick:
Jamie.

Any chance of a detailed trip report when you have completed your journey please?

Edited 'cos I didn't read Jamie's post fully ;(

Nick

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Old Nov 5, 03, 11:13 am
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Thanks Jamie - I will read your post properly next time and not ask a stupid question, that you have already answered.

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Old Nov 5, 03, 12:29 pm
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by jongar:
if they are quiet then politeness is the key, if busy then not a cat in hells chance</font>
Yep, and incidentally they were very busy yesterday morning around 7am with all the tables taken and not a facial to be had. Strange, given how quiet it has been most mornings returning from JNB.

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