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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.

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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:

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Sterling Travel : News : Virgin Atlantic to operate 24 daily UK flights

Virgin Atlantic to operate 24 daily UK flights

 11 Dec 2012

Virgin Atlantic logoVirgin Atlantic will use Aer Lingus aircraft and crew for its new domestic services starting in spring 2013.

Virgin will run 24 flights a day from Manchester, Edinburgh and Aberdeen to Heathrow from March 2013 using four Airbus A320-200 aircraft leased from Aer Lingus, which will also supply the crews.

The airline will be running 24 domestic flights a day to Heathrow from 31 March 2013 ­ with six daily return services to Edinburgh, three to Aberdeen and three to Manchester.

Virgin’s deal with Aer Lingus is for an initial three years and the leased aircraft will use Virgin’s livery.

All flights will operate from Heathrow’s Terminal 1 meaning that passengers going on to Virgin’s long-haul flights will have to transfer to Terminal 3.

The aircraft will be in a single class layout with snacks and drinks included in the price, which will start at £99 per person return.

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