Close sidebar

Virgin transfers SYD-OOL capacity to Tiger

written by australianaviation.com.au | May 5, 2014
Virgin Australia will reduce its capacity on the Sydney to Gold Coast route, while subsidiary Tigerair will increase its services.  (Rob Finlayson)
Virgin Australia will reduce its capacity on the Sydney to Gold Coast route, while subsidiary Tigerair will increase its services. (Rob Finlayson)

Virgin Australia will reduce its daily return services between Sydney and the Gold Coast from 12 to nine from July, while its Tigerair subsidiary will increase its daily services on the route from two to four.

“It starts to build up a good presence and a solid market offering for us up there [on the Gold Coast],” Tigerair chief executive Rob Sharp told Fairfax media. “These network reviews are a very important part of positioning the business going forward.”

Fly into Spring with Australian Aviation’s latest print edition. Starting from $49.95 a year, you can read comprehensive coverage on all sectors of the industry to keep you in the loop. Get your hands on the subscription today. Subscribe now at australianaviation.com.au.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Virgin transfers SYD-OOL capacity to Tiger Comment

  • marc

    says:

    Glad to see the real story on this one, including a proper headline. Reading the local Gold Coast Bulletin (News Corp) made it sound like Virgin was pulling out altogether.

Leave a Comment to marc Cancel

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Virgin transfers SYD-OOL capacity to Tiger

written by australianaviation.com.au | May 5, 2014
Virgin Australia will reduce its capacity on the Sydney to Gold Coast route, while subsidiary Tigerair will increase its services.  (Rob Finlayson)
Virgin Australia will reduce its capacity on the Sydney to Gold Coast route, while subsidiary Tigerair will increase its services. (Rob Finlayson)

Virgin Australia will reduce its daily return services between Sydney and the Gold Coast from 12 to nine from July, while its Tigerair subsidiary will increase its daily services on the route from two to four.

“It starts to build up a good presence and a solid market offering for us up there [on the Gold Coast],” Tigerair chief executive Rob Sharp told Fairfax media. “These network reviews are a very important part of positioning the business going forward.”

Fly into Spring with Australian Aviation’s latest print edition. Starting from $49.95 a year, you can read comprehensive coverage on all sectors of the industry to keep you in the loop. Get your hands on the subscription today. Subscribe now at australianaviation.com.au.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Virgin transfers SYD-OOL capacity to Tiger Comment

  • marc

    says:

    Glad to see the real story on this one, including a proper headline. Reading the local Gold Coast Bulletin (News Corp) made it sound like Virgin was pulling out altogether.

Leave a Comment to marc Cancel

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Virgin transfers SYD-OOL capacity to Tiger

written by australianaviation.com.au | May 5, 2014
Virgin Australia will reduce its capacity on the Sydney to Gold Coast route, while subsidiary Tigerair will increase its services.  (Rob Finlayson)
Virgin Australia will reduce its capacity on the Sydney to Gold Coast route, while subsidiary Tigerair will increase its services. (Rob Finlayson)

Virgin Australia will reduce its daily return services between Sydney and the Gold Coast from 12 to nine from July, while its Tigerair subsidiary will increase its daily services on the route from two to four.

“It starts to build up a good presence and a solid market offering for us up there [on the Gold Coast],” Tigerair chief executive Rob Sharp told Fairfax media. “These network reviews are a very important part of positioning the business going forward.”

Fly into Spring with Australian Aviation’s latest print edition. Starting from $49.95 a year, you can read comprehensive coverage on all sectors of the industry to keep you in the loop. Get your hands on the subscription today. Subscribe now at australianaviation.com.au.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Virgin transfers SYD-OOL capacity to Tiger Comment

  • marc

    says:

    Glad to see the real story on this one, including a proper headline. Reading the local Gold Coast Bulletin (News Corp) made it sound like Virgin was pulling out altogether.

Leave a Comment to marc Cancel

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Virgin transfers SYD-OOL capacity to Tiger

written by australianaviation.com.au | May 5, 2014
Virgin Australia will reduce its capacity on the Sydney to Gold Coast route, while subsidiary Tigerair will increase its services.  (Rob Finlayson)
Virgin Australia will reduce its capacity on the Sydney to Gold Coast route, while subsidiary Tigerair will increase its services. (Rob Finlayson)

Virgin Australia will reduce its daily return services between Sydney and the Gold Coast from 12 to nine from July, while its Tigerair subsidiary will increase its daily services on the route from two to four.

“It starts to build up a good presence and a solid market offering for us up there [on the Gold Coast],” Tigerair chief executive Rob Sharp told Fairfax media. “These network reviews are a very important part of positioning the business going forward.”

Fly into Spring with Australian Aviation’s latest print edition. Starting from $49.95 a year, you can read comprehensive coverage on all sectors of the industry to keep you in the loop. Get your hands on the subscription today. Subscribe now at australianaviation.com.au.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Virgin transfers SYD-OOL capacity to Tiger Comment

  • marc

    says:

    Glad to see the real story on this one, including a proper headline. Reading the local Gold Coast Bulletin (News Corp) made it sound like Virgin was pulling out altogether.

Leave a Comment to marc Cancel

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Each day, our subscribers are more informed with the right information.

SIGN UP to the Australian Aviation magazine for high-quality news and features for just $99.95 per year