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15% of Virgin Australia Airlines passengers are over 60.
The most popular flight route for VIRGIN AUSTRALIA AIRLINES is - Brisbane to Sydney.
The top travel destinations for VIRGIN AUSTRALIA AIRLINES passengers are Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney.
The most popular airport for VIRGIN AUSTRALIA AIRLINES is Kingsford Smith Airport.
Headquartered at Bowen Hills in Brisbane, Virgin Australia is the winner of several prestigious awards, such as "Best New World Carrier" and "Best Cabin Crew" awards by AirlineRatings.com,“Best Frequent Flyer Scheme” and "Best Cabin Crew" at the Australian Business Traveler Awards, and more. It is Australia's second-largest airline after Quantas and the largest airline by fleet size to use the "Virgin" brand. Virgin Australia has its hubs at Auckland Airport, Brisbane Airport, Melbourne Airport, and Sydney Airport, and has its focus cities at Adelaide Airport, Gold Coast Airport, and Perth Airport. Boasting a fleet of 121 aircraft, the airline has codeshare agreement with Air Berlin, Air New Zealand, Alitalia, Delta Air Lines, Etihad Airways, Hawaiian Airlines, Singapore Airlines, South African Airways, Tigerair Australia, Virgin America, Virgin Atlantic, and Virgin Samoa, while a codeshare agreement with Air Canada will start in early 2017. The airline offers flights to several destinations including Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Beijing, Christchurch, Sydney, Johannesburg, Phuket, Wellington, and more.
Classes of Service
Virgin Australia offers 5 classes of cabin:
Business Class offers experience matchless space and comfort, along with excellent amenities. Known for its luxurious recliner leather seats, this class also offers premium foods and beverages carefully chosen by leading Australian chef, Luke Mangan.
For Domestic and International Short-Haul Flights
'The Business' is available in airlines’ domestic A330 coast-to-coast service, and long-haul international B777 service.
A330 'The Business'
B777 'The Business'
Premium Class is available only on long haul international services and selected short haul international services. The amenities offered are as follows:
Economy Class offers passengers to enjoy the value-for-money comfort and options. The facilities offered in this cabin class are as follows:
International Short-Haul Economy
The facilities of International Short-Haul Economy include:
International Long-Haul Economy
The facilities in international long haul economy class include:
Economy Space +
Economy Space + offerstravelers the facility to speed through the airport and enjoy extra on-board benefits. Economy Space + is located in the first five rows and the exit rows of the main cabin on Virgin Australia's Boeing 777-300ER fleet and can be purchased while selecting the seat. The benefits of Economy Space + include:
With online check-in facility, passengers can avoid the hassles of queues at the airport. Passengers can check-in for the flight online via desktop, tablet, or mobile devices.
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Virgin Australia Airlines Hub - Airports used as transfer points to get passengers to their intended destination.