With blue waters and sandy beaches, as well as activities like yachting, off-roading, and canoeing, Virgin Australia Airlines claims, "It's different down here. Sorry, we only accept work mail accounts. Submit Already unlocked?
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Colin Dwyer. The company marked a major milestone Thursday as Unity made it to a peak height of more than 51 miles, meeting the Federal Aviation Administration's definition of spaceflight. During a test flight Thursday morning in Mojave, Calif.
Well, none, probably. But the pigeon in this minute-long Virgin Money spot that just broke in Britain comes damn close, strutting its feathered stuff to The Selecter's ska thumper "On My Radio. That's a real pigeon, and its movements are genuine, though creatively edited, of course, to construct the commercial.
Virgin America capitalized on the popularity of its older hand-drawn flight safety video by bringing in the big guns—a top Hollywood director, famous choreographers, former Olympians and a dancing nun. But just two days after the video was released, the Federal Aviation Administration started singing a new tune. The organization announced that passengers will now be able to use cellphones from gate-to-gate.
The act once banned by the BBC and branded "obscene" were urged to re-form after winning a new generation of fans who heard their song Relax on Virgin Atlantic commercials. The album will be a fresh "best of" on a joint venture by record giants Universal and the trendy indie label ZTT. It's a great coup for us and 80s pop fans will be equally delighted.
ET today, the video will take to the skies on flights nationwide in November. Virgin America first made waves in the safety video genre inwhen it became the first domestic airline to feature a cheeky in-flight safety video across its fleet. The new video was directed by Hollywood blockbuster film director and Virgin America frequent flyer Jon M.