Virgin Australia Group

Events

Have you registered for Travel DAZE 2020?

Given the number of big cheeses we’ve lined up for Travel DAZE this year, you’re going to want to secure your spot.

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Registrations are open for Travel DAZE 2020 (it’s free, of course)

Mark Travel DAZE 2020 down as ‘must attend’, namely because it’s COVID-safe, it’s got some big-name speakers, and it’s absolutely free!

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Events

Travel DAZE is back in 2020, and it’s free!!!

Yes, you read correctly. The travel industry’s most thought-provoking conference is back once again, but with a twist!

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Aviation

Tigerair scratched, thousands of jobs cut and a simplified fleet: Virgin Australia’s six-point blueprint for success

Have you been wondering what the hell Virgin and its future owner have been up to as the administration process nears the finish line? All is revealed here.

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Aviation

Virgin to stand down 8,000 staff as domestic capacity cut by 90 per cent

The capacity reduction includes the immediate suspension of Tigerair Australia’s domestic services.

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Aviation

More Tigerair planes removed from fleet, as Virgin posts first-half loss

by Huntley Mitchell

The half-yearly results continue apace, with Virgin’s record revenue and loyalty growth the only bright spots in an otherwise dour performance.

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Aviation

Velocity Frequent Flyer’s CEO to fly the coop

Karl Schuster will be shedding a tear or two over his impending departure, as he prepares to kiss goodbye unlimited Velocity Frequent Flyer points and free stays on Sir Richard’s private island.

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Aviation

Virgin forks out $700m in attempt to fully reclaim Velocity Frequent Flyer

by Huntley Mitchell

Meanwhile, Travel Weekly’s editor has exuberantly forked out $7 for a macadamia milk latte this morning. He now has no money for lunch.

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Tourism

Flavour of the Week

These industry guns are knocking our socks off. Did it help that we left them at the gym this morning? Maybe.

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Aviation

Virgin scores with $55.3m profit

by Hannah Edensor

Virgin Australia Holdings Limited has come back strong in its second quarter for the 2015 financial year.

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