Virgin to fly to Paraburdoo

written by australianaviation.com.au | October 25, 2013
Virgin will use Fokker 100s to Paraburdoo. (Dave Parer)
Virgin will use Fokker 100s to Paraburdoo. (Dave Parer)

Virgin Australia will introduce services between Perth and Paraburdoo from November 21. The airline will operate return services every Thursday and Friday using Fokker 100s.

The addition of Paraburdoo, which has been served solely by Qantas to this point, comes after Virgin Australia announced increases to its Karratha-Perth services, bringing to 100 the number of flights each week in and out of the Pilbara region.

Virgin Australia’s regional operation has 32 aircraft in its fleet and operates more than 750 flights a week.

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