Thanks to restructuring its cost base and benefitting from strong demand, Virgin Australia expects to return to profitability in the second half of its financial year 2023 which runs until July. The carrier has removed A$300 million in annual costs and transformed its...
In a major upheaval of WA’s aviation landscape, a draft determination by the competition watchdog could deny the extension of a partnership between Virgin Australia and Alliance Aviation Services to jointly bid for fly-in, fly-out contracts. The draft, issued by the...
Virgin Australia will grow its Boeing MAX 8 fleet next year by adding another four aircraft to the fleet, which doubles the number of MAX 8s to eight. The new aircraft come in to support the airline’s growth program and sustainability strategy. Virgin Australia is in...
Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of June 2022: 30 – KLM has repaid the final €277 million of the state-backed credit facility that it received as Covid aid in 2020. Since May, the Dutch carrier repaid the €927 million drawn from...
Virgin Australia’s radical move to permanently slash business class fares by up to 60 percent is the latest move in the ongoing battle to control the lucrative market that has cost airlines hundreds of millions of dollars over the last 10 years. After the demise of...
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