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LOS ANGELES, Nov. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- V Australia will this weekend launch its third route from the USA to Australia with the beginning of new non-stop services to Melbourne, Australia from Sunday 29 November.
SYDNEY, Sept. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- The Virgin Blue Group, a leading Australian airline operator, has selected Verizon Business to remotely manage the airline's core business applications.
Australian airline Virgin Blue Holdings has reduced its fuel surcharges by 20% on Virgin Blue domestic and Pacific Blue trans-Tasman and Pacific Island flights following a decline in oil prices.
Pacific Blue Airlines, the New Zealand-based subsidiary of Australian airline Virgin Blue, has announced that it will increase services between Brisbane, Australia and Nadi, Fiji from 14 to 16 flights a week from December 19, 2008.
With Air New Zealand planning to suspend all but two weekly international flights out of Hamilton, Waikato Times readers have reacted strongly to the national carrier's move. A selection of responses are printed below: Greg Fletcher: I think it is terrible.
By RASMUSSEN, Warwick; FEEK, Belinda Hamilton International Airport is unlikely to get a lifeline from rival transtasman airlines to fill the void left by Air New Zealand.
By RASMUSSEN, Warwick; FEEK, Belinda FLIGHT CUTS Hamilton-Sydney and Hamilton-Gold Coast flights to be cut from March 29. The only international flights will be to and from Brisbane. Air NZ says the cuts are driven by low demand and competition from Auckland.
The Waikato Times revealed that international passenger numbers at Hamilton airport have nosedived over the past year. We asked readers why they weren't using the service? Below are a selection of responses: Paul Smith: It is all about the price of air travel.
By RASMUSSEN, Warwick Use it or lose it, Hamilton. Your international airport could be canned if passengers continue to bypass it. City editor Warwick Rasmussen has his eye on the sky.