Even though the concierge service failed to get him on the plane, Smith received an apology, a full refund and a free ticket from Virgin for his trouble.
"Unlike Southworst, @VirginAtlantic seems to care," he Tweeted.
In February, Smith Tweeted about being removed from a Southwest flight for being too fat.
In accordance with Southwest's "customers of size" policy, Smith had purchased two tickets but then stood by for an earlier flight, which had one seat remaining. That is when the airline forced him off the plane.
He responded with the ultimate "tweak out," flooding his Twitter page with angry messages against the airline.
His first tweet read, "Dear @SouthwestAir I know I'm fat, but was [the] captain […] really justified in throwing me off a flight for which I was already seated?"
Smith was irate, tweeting, "So, @SouthwestAir, go f*** yourself. I broke no regulation, offered no "safety risk" (what, was I gonna roll on a fellow passenger?)" When he later boarded another flight, he posted a picture of himself in the seat, writing, "Hey @SouthwestAir Look how fat I am on your plane! Quick! Throw me off!"
Upon landing in Burbank from Oakland, he tweeted, "Hey @SouthwestAir I've landed in Burbank. Don't worry: wall of the plane was opened & I was airlifted out while Richard Simmons supervised."
The airline is not laughing. They tweeted multiple apologies and offered Smith a $100 voucher. He refused the coupon and responded with another tweet: "F*** your apologetic $100 voucher, @SouthwestAir"
ABC News' Yunji de Nies and Suzanne Yeo contributed to this report.