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Virgin Australia Announces Sydney – Hong Kong Flights

March 1, 2018 Aviation No Comments Email Email

Virgin Australia today announced plans to launch flights between Sydney and Hong Kong, increasing the airline’s
presence into Greater China.

Subject to authorisation, Virgin Australia plans to operate daily return services between the two cities with its dual aisle Airbus A330-200 aircraft, featuring ‘The Business’, which has been named the world’s best Business Class for two consecutive years.

The announcement comes just seven months after Virgin Australia commenced its inaugural flights to Hong Kong from Melbourne, bringing choice and competition on this route.

Virgin Australia Group CEO, John Borghetti, said: “Expanding our presence into Greater China is a key pillar of our
international strategy, and today we are building on the positive momentum created since the launch of our
Melbourne-Hong Kong flights.

“The new Sydney-Hong Kong service will link two global destinations and will allow Virgin Australia to further access the fastest growing and most valuable Australian inbound market, China2 , with our alliance partner Hong Kong Airlines. The service will also connect with Virgin Atlantic Airway’s flights to London.
“Virgin Australia has been “shaking up” the Australia-Hong Kong market by introducing lower fares and its awardwinning inflight product and service since it began its first Melbourne-Hong Kong flight last year,” Mr Borghetti said.

Virgin Australia plans to commence services between Sydney and Hong Kong in mid-2018, subject to relevant

Sydney-Hong Kong flights will go on sale soon.

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