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'Fly Girls' sale at Virgin

Posted by Paul Makishima, Globe Assistant Sunday Editor  February 24, 2010 10:45 AM

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   Mile High club indeed. Virgin America is offering a sale to promote the launch of The CW network's upcoming "Fly Girls'' reality series, which will feature five of the airline's more not unhot attendants.

      The show, which will begin March 24, will follow the California-based attendants as they travel to various locations across the country for business and pleasure. A real work hard, play hard crew.

      One-way, nonstop sale fares begin at  $119 for travel from Boston to San Francisco or LA on Tuesdays or Wednesdays and go to $129 for Monday, Thursday and Saturdays. You can also get to Seattle, Las Vegas, San Diego, or Orange County for as low as $129 with connecting flights. To qualify you must get tickets by March 1 for travel between March 10-June 20, and there is a 14-day advance-purchase requirement.

   For those with yet unslaked interest in this show, here's a link to Virgin's YouTube channel on which you can study video profiles of the cast.
 

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