Virgin Atlantic is to concentrate on its core transatlantic services and withdraw services to Tokyo, Mumbai, Vancouver and Cape Town, in a bid to return to a  level of profitability which has proved elusive for the past 15 years.The airline, which is 51%-owned by its founder Richard Branson and 49% by US carrier Delta Air Lines, also said on Wednesday that Virgin was on track to make an annual profit by the end of this year, after two years of running at a loss.Virgin said it was targeting “record” profitability by 2018. The current record was set in 1999 when

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