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Virgin Samoa touches down

written by australianaviation.com.au | February 24, 2012
ZK-PBF arrives in Apia.

Ploynesian Blue has been formally relaunched as Virgin Samoa as the airline’s 737 touched down in Apia today featuring its new Virgin Australia-style livery and interior.

The airline’s 737-800, ZK-PBF Tapu’itea, flew into Samoa from Auckland today, after being repainted and having its interior upgraded by Air New Zealand.

“Today we take the national airline of Samoa into the future,” CEO of Virgin Samoa Mark Pitt said.

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“The new livery will increase the airline’s visibility in the eyes of local Samoans and those living abroad as Samoa’s national flag carrier. Since announcing the new name in December last year, the response from the Samoan people has been overwhelmingly positive.”

A traditional welcome for ZK-PBF.

Virgin Samoa is a joint venture between Virgin Australia and the Government of Samoa.

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Virgin Samoa touches down

written by australianaviation.com.au | February 24, 2012
ZK-PBF arrives in Apia.

Ploynesian Blue has been formally relaunched as Virgin Samoa as the airline’s 737 touched down in Apia today featuring its new Virgin Australia-style livery and interior.

The airline’s 737-800, ZK-PBF Tapu’itea, flew into Samoa from Auckland today, after being repainted and having its interior upgraded by Air New Zealand.

“Today we take the national airline of Samoa into the future,” CEO of Virgin Samoa Mark Pitt said.

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“The new livery will increase the airline’s visibility in the eyes of local Samoans and those living abroad as Samoa’s national flag carrier. Since announcing the new name in December last year, the response from the Samoan people has been overwhelmingly positive.”

A traditional welcome for ZK-PBF.

Virgin Samoa is a joint venture between Virgin Australia and the Government of Samoa.

Steer your own in-flight experience – available on print and digital Whether our classic glossy magazine in your letterbox, daily news updates in your inbox, peeling back a few layers in the podcast or our monthly current affair reports, you can count on us to keep you up to date. Sign up today for just $99.95 for more exclusive offers here. Subscribe now at australianaviation.com.au.

Virgin Samoa touches down

written by australianaviation.com.au | February 24, 2012
ZK-PBF arrives in Apia.

Ploynesian Blue has been formally relaunched as Virgin Samoa as the airline’s 737 touched down in Apia today featuring its new Virgin Australia-style livery and interior.

The airline’s 737-800, ZK-PBF Tapu’itea, flew into Samoa from Auckland today, after being repainted and having its interior upgraded by Air New Zealand.

“Today we take the national airline of Samoa into the future,” CEO of Virgin Samoa Mark Pitt said.

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“The new livery will increase the airline’s visibility in the eyes of local Samoans and those living abroad as Samoa’s national flag carrier. Since announcing the new name in December last year, the response from the Samoan people has been overwhelmingly positive.”

A traditional welcome for ZK-PBF.

Virgin Samoa is a joint venture between Virgin Australia and the Government of Samoa.

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