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V Australia is an Australian airliner. In January 09, the airliner announced 'Fair Dinkum' fares making available 2000 seats for a special economy class sale fare of $549 from Los Angeles to three of Australia's most popular cities including Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. The airliner is planing the launch of its trans-Pacific services from February/March 09.

Virgin Group Chairman and Virgin Blue co-founder, Sir Richard Branson, will join Brett Godfrey and the V Australia team to take delivery of the airline's first brand new Boeing 777-300ER aircraft at a formal handover ceremony in Seattle, USA early February 09.


  • July 2009: New one-way fares Between LA - Australia from Just $359

V Australia in News

Passport Premiere Detects Widespread Business Class Fare Sales
Passport Premiere has detected widespread business class fare sales in response to overstated fare levels. Business class buying events are currently in effect to Asia, Africa and Australia. Fare corrections happen when carriers overestimate the value of their unsold inventory and slash fares to avoid empty business class cabins.

Passport Premiere Detects International Business Class Fare Sales
Passport Premiere has detected widespread international business class fare sales in response to weaker than expected demand. Air New Zealand, American, Delta, United and V Australia have all initiated fare business class corrections of up to 65% for travel into 2014

1st-Air.Net Reports Fare Cuts Despite Equity Market Rally
Despite a two month equity market rally, airlines have initiated widespread fare sales targeting premium cabin passengers. This move is unusual, as business and first class fares have historically been correlated to the equity markets performance. When equity markets rise, so do business class fares. When equity markets bottom, as they did in 2009, premium cabin fares also bottom. 1st-Air

Kiwis team to play more matches in Zimbabwe, Australia
New Zealand will play two Twenty20s, three One-Day Internationals and a Test match over 22 days during their cricket tour of Zimbabwe in October.

Soon, showers, personal mini-bars and draught beer from kegs on planes
In a bid to stand out and attract new customers, airlines are now coming up with innovative luxury systems.

Terrified passengers were almost flying across cabin in turbulence hit V Oz flight
Passengers on a Melbourne-bound V Australia flight were almost flying around the cabin after plane hit unexpected turbulence.

Qantas to start world's longest 747 route
Qantas would reportedly start its services on the world's longest 747 route, flying 13,804 kilometres non-stop from Sydney to Dallas, Texas, later this year.

1st-Air.Net Reports Business/First Class Fares Skyrocket Since 2009
On February 27th, 2009 1st-Air.Net first reported that international business and first class fares had reached historical lows caused by the global recession. Coincidently, this 1st-Air.Net report was released just days before the U.S. stock market reached its generational bottom in March, 2009. Like the equity markets, premium cabin fares have also been on a torrid climb

L2 Consulting Services, Inc. Awarded Supplemental Type Certificate for 777 Series Inmarsat Swiftbroadband Upgrade Using Rockwell Collins SAT-2100B
L2 Consulting Services, Inc (L2) is pleased to announce that the company has been awarded an FAA Supplemental Type Certificate (STC ST11037SC) for the installation of the Inmarsat Swiftbroadband upgrade to the Rockwell Collins SAT-2100B Satellite Communications System on Boeing 777 series aircraft

Brian McFadden's new single slammed for promoting 'date rape'
Westlife member Brian McFadden's new single 'Just The Way You Are (Drunk at the Bar)' has been slammed by music fans for promoting "date rape".

Ashes 2010: Sledging expected to continue
The war of words between England and Australia's cricketers is expected to continue when the hotly contested Ashes series recommences from Sunday.

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