As we reported Wednesday, Virgin America wants to open a focus city at Dallas Love Field, from which it would fly to Chicago, New York and Washington, D.C., as well as to its hubs in San Francisco and Los Angeles.
This is a a bit of a strategic change. Since Virgin was launched in 2007, the overwhelmingly number of its flights have either started or ended in the airline’s San Francisco or Los Angeles hubs.
Related to this, I have some trivia. For now, according to a Virgin spokesman, the airline has only two routes that do not either start or end in San Francisco or L.A.
California. One route is seasonal, and the other year-round.
What are these routes? Surely this information is on the internet, but try not to cheat.
Until noon PST on Saturday, leave your guesses in the comments section. I’ll take all the correct answers and randomly choose a winner. I’ll ship the winner this week’s prize, though I can only send stuff to U.S. addresses.
Here’s the prize, which comes courtesy of another airline. Remarkably, these things are popular on Ebay.