WITH its domestic, international long-haul and international short-haul services, Virgin Australia is putting the magic back into flying.
“Together with our expanding network of partner airlines such as Air New Zealand, Delta Air Lines, Ethiad Airways, Singapore Airlines and Skywest, we’re taking our guests to more destinations than ever before,” the airline stated.
Virgin Australia offers its guests three cabin classes on international long-haul flights (business class, premium economy and economy) and both premium economy and economy on international short-haul trips (business class is only available on limited flights). On domestic flights, passengers can choose from either business class and economy or premium economy and economy cabin classes.
The modern and stylish Virgin Australia lounge can be accessed when travelling domestically, and features a menu designed by chef Luke Mangan, with a premium selection of wine and beer available after 11am. Business services, complimentary Wi-Fi and private meeting rooms (which are available for hire) make the lounge an ideal workspace for corporate guests. Virgin Australia’s award-winning frequent flyer program, Velocity, allows its members to earn and redeem points for travel to hundreds of destinations around the globe with a range of travel and non-travel program partners.
Velocity Gold or Platinum members receive additional benefits including access to 150 lounges throughout the world and priority check-in and boarding, plus additional luggage allowances.