Virgin Australia - Domestic
Economy cabins contain luxury leather seats 18 inches in width, with a pitch of 30 inches. Boeing 737 flights offer the live2air entertainment service as an optional purchase. On A330 flights, seat-back entertainment is included and consists of on-demand movies, TV shows and audio channels. Food and drink are available for purchase with the Saver economy fare, while the Flexi fare includes selected food and drinks.
Business Class is offered instead of Premium Economy on all A330 aircraft. Seating is luxurious and spacious, with a generous 62 inch pitch on all seats. Business Class passengers receive a glass of champagne on entry and have unlimited access to the Luke Mangan designed menu and premium Australian wines, as well as personal seat-back entertainment. Passengers also receive priority check-in and complimentary access to the Virgin Australia lounge at selected airports.
Passengers with a Flexi fare are allowed 23kg of checked baggage, while passengers with a Saver fare have the option of paying $12 for 23kg. Business Class allows passengers 69kg of checked baggage and 7kg of cabin baggage.
Virgin Australia now offers mobile check-in for flights out of Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne airports, from 24 hours up until 30 minutes before your departure time. Web check-in is also available from 24 hours up to 60 minutes prior to departure. If checking in at the airport, you can do so either at a kiosk or in person at the check-in counter. Business Class and Premium Economy passengers may check in at the Priority Check-in counter for faster service.
With Virgin Australia's rewards program, Velocity, members can collect and spend points on any Virgin Australia Flight. Points can also be earned on accommodation, car hire, online shopping, entertainment, banking, and financial services. You can redeem your points on flights any time, even during busy holiday periods. Velocity offers three levels of membership – Red, Silver and Gold. Silver and Gold members also have access to special privileges such as the Virgin Australia lounge and priority check-in.
Virgin Australia has lounges located in Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, the Gold Coast, Mackay, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney domestic airports. Lounges offer members complimentary food and beverages including a menu designed by Chef Luke Mangan. The lounge also features shower facilities, free wi-fi access, large screen TVs and a range of business facilities including communal work areas and individual work stations.
Virgin Australia also operates an international airline.