List of Virgin Australia destinations
Virgin Australia (known as Virgin Blue until early 2011) is an Australian airline, with headquarters in Brisbane, Australia. As of March 2019, it flies to 42 destinations across Australia, with a further 15 international destinations. A number of hubs are located throughout Australia, along with one in New Zealand at Auckland Airport.
It was announced on 26 August 2010 that Virgin Australia had signed a codeshare and interline agreement with Etihad Airways, giving Virgin passengers access to 65 destinations in Europe and the Middle East.
Virgin America and Virgin Australia International Airlines shared terminal facilities at Los Angeles International Airport's Terminal 3, however, only the check-in desks are located there, both inbound and outbound Virgin Australia flights arrive and depart from the Tom Bradley International Terminal.
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- "Virgin Australia Domestic Route Map". Virgin Australia Airlines. Retrieved 10 March 2019.
- "Virgin Australia International Route Map". Virgin Australia Airlines. Retrieved 10 March 2019.
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- "Virgin axes Perth-Derby flights as Derby West Kimberley Shire considers air service alternatives". ABC News. 29 February 2016.
- "Exmouth fears as Virgin leaves". The West Australian. 12 July 2014.
- "Virgin Australia to suspend Brisbane-Hamilton flights". Yahoo News New Zealand. 14 August 2012.
- The Virgin Blue Group Announces Second Phase of Network Review V Australia 26 August 2010
- "Virgin sheds flights to Bali and Thailand as international losses mount". The Sydney Morning Herald. 7 August 2015.
- Release to the Australian Stock Exchange - V Australia announces SYD-LAX as launch route
- V Australia and Delta sign agreement Archived March 27, 2009, at the Wayback Machine
- O'sullivan, Matt (26 August 2010). "Virgin tie-up with Etihad a blow to Qantas". The Sydney Morning Herald.