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Following the acquisition of Sterling by Global Travel Solutions Group, we are now trading under the Traveleads brand name, merging with the brand to form a single travel management company within the group. Moving forward as a combined entity, we look forward to leveraging the partnership to find synergies, deliver more for our customers and further consolidate Traveleads’ position as one of the UK’s leading travel management companies.

Traveleads is committed to maintaining and further enhancing the excellent relationships Sterling have held with their customers over the years. With almost 50 years’ experience working with a number of renowned brands across sports, energy, manufacturing, retail and more, Traveleads’ team of specialists know the travel industry inside out and prides itself on partnering seamlessly with clients to offer expert advice and support.

Existing customers

Your Southampton team continue to stand ready to support you in partnership with the wider Traveleads team, and can now be contacted on the below details.

For booking enquiries, please contact:

t: 0113 245 7745      e:

For online booking support, please contact:

t: 0113 207 0149     e:

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Sterling Travel : News : Virgin Atlantic and Delta Air Lines to strengthen UK-US network

Virgin Atlantic and Delta Air Lines to strengthen UK-US network

 1 Jun 2016

Delta Air Lines Virgin AtlanticVirgin Atlantic and Delta Air Lines to strengthen their US-UK network with a new London Heathrow-Portland, Oregon service as well as boosting frequency on other routes.

Delta Air Lines will fly four-times weekly to the west coast city from Heathrow, starting 26 May 2017.

The airline will also add a second Detroit to Heathrow service from 26 March 2017, replacing Virgin's daily flight.

As well as adding a third Atlanta-Heathrow frequency, taking over the second daily service currently operated by Virgin Atlantic, beginning 25 May 2017. Virgin Atlantic will continue to operate one daily Atlanta to London Heathrow service.

From 26 March 2017, Virgin will start flying between Seattle and Heathrow, replacing the daily service operated by Delta.

A daily non-stop service between New York-JFK and Manchester will commence 25 May 2017 replacing the service currently operated by Delta. Delta will resume service for the winter 2017.

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