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Learning to live with COVID: when that day comes we can then truly continue along the recovery path

We all share different views on life. When it comes to the delicate balancing act of managing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic and attempting

Competition is gearing up in the Australian domestic market, can everyone survive?

Like most markets around the world, Australia’s domestic market has been volatile through most of 2020, as borders have closed and opened. It appears to

ACCC issues draft determination to authorise Virgin cooperation that will allow Virgin Australia to more closely cooperate with Virgin Atlantic

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has issued a draft determination proposing to authorise Virgin Australia to more closely cooperate with Virgin Atlantic on

No1 Lounges launches third Australian facility with opening of My Lounge – Home of Virgin Australia in Brisbane

British airport lounge operator No1 Lounges has launched its latest airport lounge together with airline partner Virgin Australia at Brisbane airport’s international terminal. This is

Travelling with infants can be a struggle – Virgin Australia eases the pain by becoming the first to provide a baby baggage allowance

When travelling for business most corporate travellers are happy to be as far away from infants as possible, but most of them also travel with

Airlines to help in the design of Sydney’s new airport – an important input into the new city gateway

Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport (WSA) has entered into memoranda of understanding (MoUs) with the Qantas Group and Virgin Australia Group. The MoUs will

Samoa finds ‘determining its destiny’ comes with a heap of problems

When, in Oct-2017, Samoa terminated its arrangement with Virgin Australia to provide air services between Samoa and New Zealand, Prime Minister Tuilaepa Lupesoliai Dr Sailele

Virgin Australia and the US market: 10 years and 4 million passengers but declining market share

Wednesday (27-Feb-2019) marks the tenth anniversary of long-haul services for Virgin Australia. The group took delivery of its first Boeing 777-300ER on 6-Feb-2009 and the

Virgin Australia trans-Tasman loads hit seven-year low following termination of its Air New Zealand alliance

Latest monthly metrics from Australia’s Department of Infrastructure and Transport reveal Virgin Australia’s load factor on trans-Tasman routes for Nov-2018 registered a sharp decline of

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