Virgin Australia New-Found Freedom

Alongside the Boeing 737, the carrier operates ATR 72-600s, Airbus A330- 200s and 777-300ERs. AIRTEAMIMAGES.COM/SARMAD AL-KHOZAIE

Virgin Australia has always sought to challenge the status quo. Upon entering the market in August 2000 as Virgin Blue, it established itself as Australia’s first successful low-cost carrier and the fastest growing company under the Virgin banner. The airline has become a full-service carrier, with its Pacific Blue (later Virgin Australia Airlines NZ), V Australia and Polynesian Blue (later Virgin Samoa) subsidiaries having been merged into the parent company between December 2011 and November 2017.

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