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V Australia launches Brisbane - Los Angeles Flights

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Less than six weeks after it first took to the skies, Australia’s newest International airline, V Australia,  today launches its second route, linking Australia’s Sunshine State to the US State of California, with the departure of the inaugural services between Brisbane, Australia and Los Angeles, USA.

The long haul airline is introducing the new three weekly flights, hot on the heels of the recently launched daily direct Sydney-Los Angeles service.

Virgin Blue Group Chief Executive, Brett Godfrey said, “While it’s early days V Australia is performing to our expectations and based on feedback to date, exceeding those of our guests.”

The airline spent two years developing and tweaking V Australia’s in-flight product to ensure it provided innovations, little “Virgin” style touches and high quality service to appeal to all travellers. Among them are complimentary business class amenities, generous seating, lie-flat beds and state-of-the-art personal touch screen in-flight entertainment.

V Australia will be only the second airline to offer direct flights from Brisbane to Los Angeles. It will have a departure time of 11am and arrival time in Los Angeles of 7.00am.

The flight offers seamless connections with V Australia’s interline partner Delta Airlines to over 25 destinations in North America, including a quick and easy connection from LA to New York’s JFK airport.

V Australia BNE-LAX fares start from A$999 for a return economy flight, A$1777 for a Premium Economy return flight and A$5999 for a Business Class return flight.

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