Virgin Atlantic is looking to lease out two sets of Heathrow slots freed up by the demise of its UK short-haul arm Little Red, until it has the aircraft it needs to operate them itself. Earlier this month, Virgin Atlantic CEO Craig Kreeger said nine of Little Red’s 12 slots were granted on as a remedy to British Airways’ acquisition of bmi. These will need to be returned to British Airways. However, the remaining three—which are currently being used for Little Red’s ...

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