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Do you get a meal on Virgin flights?
No matter what time of day you're flying, Virgin Australia provides free snacks and drinks on all domestic and international flights. On every flight, you can also purchase food and drinks from your attendant. Flying business class? You get complimentary breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snacks, depending on the time of day. And on all Virgin international flights, you’ll have complimentary main meals and beverages.
What airlines are partners with Virgin Australia?
Virgin Australia partners with several airlines. You can access an increasing number of choices thanks to code sharing (that’s when you can book a flight through Virgin Australia that is serviced by another airline) and interline partnerships. Some of Virgin’s preferred mates are Delta, Etihad Airways, Hong Kong Airlines, Air Canada, and Hawaiian Airlines.
What is considered Virgin international short haul?
Virgin Australia defines their international short haul flights as those departing to/arriving from countries within South East Asia, the Pacific, and those crossing the Tasman. Destinations that are considered short haul include New Zealand, Christmas and Cocos Islands in the Indian Ocean, Indonesia, and the Pacific Islands.
Are drinks free on Virgin international flights?
Economy passengers can toast their flight with a complimentary glass of wine or beer (or a soft drink, if preferred) on Virgin Australia international flights as well as flights from Perth to Sydney, Melbourne, or Brisbane. Virgin also offers a selection of beer, wines, and spirts for purchase, as well as coffee or tea.
Does Virgin have Wi-Fi?
Virgin Australia is continually rolling out Wi-Fi on its fleet—whether you are planning on getting some work done or just playing games on your device, this is good news for your productivity. Better news: On domestic flights, the Wi-Fi is free! On all other flights, you can choose between a full flight pass or one hour only. If you flight has Wi-Fi, you’ll have a seatback card showing you how to connect. You can also check ahead of time on the Virgin Australia website.