A booking reference is a unique code specific to an individual reservation. It is also known as a Record/Booking Locator (or RecLoc), PNR Code, confirmation number or reference number. It can be found on your tickets, booking confirmation or travel documentation. Our booking reference is a six digit alphanumeric combination. You'll see on our eTickets we refer to this number as a 'booking reference'.
Your eTicket number starts with 932 and is 13 digits long. It can be found on your tickets and booking confirmation. You can use this number to check in online and log into My booking.
Virgin Holidays booking references
If you've purchased any holiday from Virgin Holidays, the reference can be found under 'Airline Booking Reference'. This can be found at the top of your holiday invoice.
Travel agent booking references
We also accept booking reference numbers issued by most travel agents. These appear as a six digit alphanumeric combination usually listed in your travel documentation, or available from your travel agent upon request.
For passengers who are travelling between Caribbean islands on one of our inter-island services, online check in is not available, and you will need to check in at the airport.
For flights from Barbados to St Vincent and Grenada, check in will be available from 2 hours before departure.
For flights from Grenada and St Vincent to Barbados, check in will be available from 4 hours before departure.
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We've gone cashless
We no longer take cash payments at the airport so please bring an alternative for any additional charges or fees that may apply. This reduces the need for contact between customers and Virgin Atlantic staff, helping you fly safe and fly well.
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If you checked in online and you weren't able to print your boarding pass. You can print one at the airport at our automated kiosks, or ask us to do it at our Bag drop desks. And of course, there's no additional charge.
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