The travel restrictions imposed on Virgin Atlantic flights to and from Norfolk were in place for a reason: The company is a major beneficiary of the state’s tourism industry.

In a state that is experiencing a dramatic downturn in its economy, the airline has been able to benefit from its proximity to major cities.

Virgin Atlantic recently announced plans to invest nearly $300 million in new terminals, and it has been expanding its services in the region.

Virgin’s decision to open a new terminal in the city of Norfolk was part of the company’s plan to expand its reach and influence the state.

In an attempt to make it easier for Virgin to continue to expand, state officials imposed the travel restrictions on Virgin flights that travel to and through Norfolk.

The restrictions apply to all Virgin Atlantic service to and within the state of Virginia, and will be enforced from March 31 through May 9.

The company has not yet announced any specific dates for when the restrictions will end.

The airline will continue to operate as normal.

Virgin has long been a favorite of Virginia’s tourism community, as the company has been the beneficiary of both the state and federal tax breaks that provide incentives to support tourism and other businesses in the state that operate outside the regulatory framework.

Virgin was a key beneficiary of tax breaks in the 1990s, as well.

Virgin lost $5.3 billion in the fiscal year 2016, which ended in March.

In the same period, it earned $7.2 billion in revenue, according to data from the Virginia Department of Tourism.

The Virginia Tourism Development Corporation, the state tourism agency that oversees the state economy, has been responsible for some of the travel and economic development policies that have made Virgin Atlantic a top tourist destination.

The Virgin Atlantic terminal opened last year and will open a second terminal in 2017.

A third terminal in Hampton Roads will open in 2021.

The agency also has invested in a new facility in Newport News to expand Virgin Atlantic services.

Virgin had a big 2016, as it reported $1.9 billion in operating revenue.

Virgin also has a strong track record in the U.S. Virgin is one of the most popular travel destinations in the country, and Virgin Atlantic serves more than 500,000 passengers a year.

Virgin Airlines had a record year in 2016, with more than 6.3 million passengers on its flight network.

The carrier’s average daily revenue was $639.67 in 2016.

Virgin reported revenue of $4.4 billion in 2016 and revenue per seat was $2.49.

The average revenue per passenger on Virgin was $20.70, which was just below the $22.78 it was a year ago.

Virgin enjoyed a strong second-half of the year as it posted a record-setting profit of $10.6 billion.

Virgin recorded record profit of almost $12 billion in 2015 and recorded profit per seat of $3.26.

The firm earned $1,936.06 in operating income in 2016 for the fiscal quarter ending in March, up $14.2 million from a year earlier.

The business generated $7 billion in gross revenue in the last quarter of 2016, up from $767 million a year before.

The results were largely due to strong passenger growth in the second half of the fiscal, and increased domestic and international business.

The number of Virgin Atlantic passengers increased 11 percent to 542,000, and the number of passengers traveling on Virgin averaged 9,400 a day, up 15 percent from the previous year.

The total number of international passengers increased from 12,500 to 17,300.

In 2016, Virgin reported a net loss of $11.2, an increase of more than $6 billion from a previous year that ended in December.

Virgin did not disclose how much of the $6.4 million in operating profit came from the new terminal.

Virgin spent $2 billion to purchase the Norfolk terminal, which opened last summer.

Virgin expects to build another terminal in Norfolk in the next few years.

Virginia has had a strong tourism economy in recent years.

The state is ranked in the top 10 for tourist dollars per capita, with $10,700 per capita compared to $7,800 in Georgia and $8,900 in Mississippi.

The region also has become a popular destination for residents from outside of the country.

Virginia residents spent more than 17.5 million dollars on foreign travel in 2016 according to the Virginia Travel Association.

The travel industry is booming in Virginia, as new arrivals from countries around the world are attracted by the state, and they are attracted to travel in a way that can be rewarding, said John Gurney, director of the Virginia Tourism Association.

“There are a lot of people who love traveling, and I think Virgin Atlantic has been a big beneficiary of that,” Gurnay said.

He added that the company is also looking to expand in Virginia.

Virgin recently announced it would expand