British airline, Virgin Atlantic announced it would open 450 new jobs, including 50 new pilots. This was done because the company is in a period of recovery. Virgin Atlantic said the launch of new routes in the spring between Manchester and Las Vegas. As well as for additional London and departure to the Caribbean and Ghana with Airbus A330 fleet. Where this requires the employment of crew members about 350 people.
Operations Director of Virgin Atlantic, Corneel Koster said, this recovery in the year they hope to expand the network and open a new fleet. "We hope in this recovery can open new job opportunities, and welcome to our new fleet," said Corneel Koster. For information, Virgin Atlantic's 51 percent owned by British tycoon Richard Branson and 49 percent owned by Singapore Airlines.