BRONX, NEW YORK | Beginning October 25 later-on this year Virgin Australia plans a whole new Los Angeles operation. The Australian Airline will end services between Melbourne International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport. However the airline will increase it service between Brisbane and Los Angeles International from four flight per-week to a daily service; using the airlines Boeing 777-300ER fitted with full lie flat bed seating, in first class, the aircraft is configured in a 3-class layout. Travelers will experience in-flight entertainment and of course virgin's award winning in-flight services of premium food from an awesome menu and great tasting drinks.
Virgin also plan changes to the departure time on the Sydney to Los Angeles flights to allow an earlier arrival into Los Angeles, giving passengers a more convenient schedule for connections. From October 26 the Sydney-Los Angeles VA1 flight will depart Sydney at 11:40am and touchdown in Los Angeles at 7:30am same day passengers are now able to get more done and arrive into Los Angeles fully rest. The return flight VA2 to Sydney will depart Los Angeles 10:50pm landing in Sydney 7:50am two days later.
The Melbourne Los Angeles service will end on October 25 of this year. While the the daily service between Brisbane and Los Angeles will begin the following day, October 26th.
Virgin release a complete press release with SMADE MEDIA Press Volt on the changes to the service [office src="https://onedrive.live.com/embed?cid=2330382C7E049094&resid=2330382C7E049094%21424&authkey=AAb4wv0DVc9ESm4&em=2" width="900" height="1100"]
Enjoy the Virgin Australia Experience with SMADE Play and take a look inside the Boeing 777-300ER Virgin will be using to operate the flight.
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