Australia: New business class seating is offered by Virgin Australia on its Trans-Tasman and Pacific Island routes. The first flight will operate from Auckland to Sydney, with more exclusive services coming into effect on 31 March 2015.
It’s going to be progressive roll out launch in the part of New Zealand and Pacific Island routes. Two-by-two business class configuration with leather seating and menus designed at ten of the airline’s Boeing 737 fleet is currently being refitted in a by resident head Luke Mangan.
The usual business class offerings of priority check-in and boarding passes will be as usual to the passengers. With Virgin Australia’s renowned Business Class making its inaugural flight across the Tasman tomorrow, this is a significant. Said, Virgin Australia Chief Commercial Officer Judith Crompton.
Customers travelling in these markets now have more choice when it comes to business and premium leisure travel. The Trans-Tasman and Pacific Island routes remain a very strong focus for us and importantly,
Ms. Crompton said. The establishment also allows us to offer a consistent customer proposition in conjunction with our alliance partner Air New Zealand.