Virgin Australia has won some important new charter flying business, allowing it to boost its regional aircraft fleet serving Western Australia. While a battle over the domestic mainline market has been in the spotlight recently, Virgin Australia and rival Qantas group have also been competing for charter flying for large mining and resource companies. So-called “fly in, fly out” operations to mining centers is big business in Australia, and both of the major carriers have ...
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