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San Francisco's Airline Unveils Beautiful and Sustainable New Terminal 2 Home and Celebrates with a "Fly into the Future" Fare Sale Virgin America's First Arriving Terminal 2 Flight to Fly and Land alongside Virgin Galactic's WhiteKnightTwo and Space.Virgin America unveils its beautiful and sustainable new home at San Francisco International Airport's (SFO) Terminal 2 (T2) today with a series of inaugural flights that celebrate the evolution of travel. As the only California-based airline, Virgin America is an anchor tenant at SFO's new T2, which offers a unique design that echoes the airline's own focus on reinventing the typical domestic flying experience. Much like the airline that will call it home, the new T2 elevates the travel experience by offering the best in design, technology, food and sustainable practices. With over a half century of history, the 640,000-square foot T2 has been completely reinvented for the modern traveler by architecture and interior firm Gensler and aims to be the first LEED® Gold-certified airport terminal in the U.S. Virgin America's additional investments in sustainable design for its T2 spaces and "Virgin Village" crew lounge are aimed at the highest possible LEED® Platinum-certified status. To unveil its sleek and sustainable new home and celebrate the evolution of flight, Virgin America today teams up with sister company Virgin Galactic to welcome two historic first flights to T2 -- in support of a good cause. Today, the airline also launches a "Fly into the Future" fare sale on flights across its growing network."As a new airline we've been able to use the latest in technology, design and sustainable practices to enhance the traveler experience, and we hope elevate the journey beyond just getting from Point A to Point B," said David Cush, President and Chief Executive Officer of Virgin America. "We're proud to unveil a new home that similarly reinvents the travel experience for the modern flyer -- and that also reflects the innovative, forward-looking spirit of our San Francisco home."