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V Australia Chosen as Official Airline for Britney Spears Tour of Australia

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V Australia has been selected as as Official Airline for the Britney Spears “Circus” Tour of Australia.

 V Australia, will fly the tour team from the USA to Australia including Britney and her entourage of dancers, support singers, stage designers, “roadies”, technical support and management.

The Circus Tour is the first worldwide tour Britney has embarked on in five years and follows the highly successful release of Britney’s new album “Circus” which made its debut at number one in the USA.

 The first Australian concert will kick off in Perth at Burswood Dome this Friday 6 and Saturday 7 November before continuing on to:

Sydney at Acer Arena on 16, 17, 19 and 20 November

 Brisbane at the Entertainment Centre on 22, 24 and 25 November

 Adelaide at the Entertainment Centre on 29 November

 and Melbourne at Rod Laver Arena on 11, 12, 13 and 27 November.

V Australia Executive General Manager, Scott Swift, said, “We are delighted to be supporting Britney and look forward to giving her and her entourage “rock star” treatment on board V Australia.”

V Australia’s sister airline, the domestic carrier Virgin Blue will be flying the Circus Tour team between capital cities.

 The airline also recently supported the Black Eyed Peas’ ‘The E.N.D World Tour’ in Australia.

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