Virgin Australia business class for all east coast to Perth services

written by | September 7, 2011
Virgin Australia's eight seat 737 business class cabin. (Paul Sadler/Airservices Australia)

Virgin Australia has launched sales of its new business class product on its narrowbody 737 fleet, with business class to be available on all flights from  Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane to Perth from September 28.

The airline already offers business class seating on its two Airbus A330-200s, which operate between Sydney and Perth, and has been progressively refitting its 737s with an eight seat, 38in (97cm) pitch, four abreast business class cabin, since its relaunch as Virgin Australia in May.

Business class amenities include complimentary newspapers, a dedicated cabin crew member, Digiplayer XT portable inflight entertainment system, comfort kit, and a range of food and beverage options.


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