Virgin Australia. Reviews, seat maps and photos of the aircrafts


About aircompany

Virgin Australia is the second (after Qantas) airline company of Australia.

Port of registration is located in city of Brisbane.

Route network of the company counts about 60 destinations and links 29 Australian cities with the hubs in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sidney.

After several years of work as low-cost air carrier Virgin Australia has improved its’ services and offers mixed business model that allows passenger to choose “Budget ticket” or to pay a little more to get full range of services. In such a way airline company may cover bigger market segment and compete with national air carrier Qantas on the market of business trips.

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Company ratings and achievements

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"Virgin Australia" takes 18 place in "AIRLINE SAFETY RATING 2017" by JACDEC.
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“Virgin Australia” planes

As of June 1, 2017 "Virgin Australia" operates a mainline fleet of 110 airplanes. The average age of planes is 6.8 years.

The oldest aircraft is Boeing 737-800, with reg.number VH-VOK. It is 13.9 years old. The newest one is Boeing 737-800, with reg.number VH-YFX. It is - 0.2 years old


“Virgin’s” aircraft fleet

Airbus A330-200 – 6 aircrafts
Virgin Australia Airbus A330-200
  • The newest one – VH-XFJ - 2.8 years
  • The oldest – VH-XFC - 5.3 years

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Airbus A330-200 +

Boeing 737-700 – 2 aircrafts
Boeing 737-700 Virgin Australia
  • The newest one – VH-VBZ - 11.8 years
  • The oldest – VH-VBY - 11.9 years

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Boeing 737-700 +

Boeing 737-800 – 75 aircrafts
Boeing 737-800 Virgin Australia
  • The newest one – VH-YFX - 0.2 years
  • The oldest – VH-VOK - 13.9 years

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Boeing 737-800 +

Boeing 777-300 – 5 aircrafts
Virgin Australia Boeing 777-300
  • The newest one – VH-VPH - 6.6 years
  • The oldest – VH-VOZ - 8.4 years

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Boeing 777-300 +

Embraer ERJ-190 – 8 aircrafts
Virgin Australia Embraer ERJ-190
  • The newest one – VH-ZPT - 5.9 years
  • The oldest – VH-ZPH - 9.0 years

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Embraer ERJ-190 +

ATR 72 – 14 planes
Virgin Australia ATR-72-500
  • The newest one – VH-VPJ - 2.8 years
  • The oldest – VH-FVI - 5.9 years

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ATR 72 +

Official website – www.virginaustralia.com