Virgin Australia has reached a new deal with strategic partner SilkAir to extend its reach into Indonesia, a key market for the carrier. Under the deal, Virgin Australia is adding five additional Indonesian destinations to its code-share deal with SilkAir, doubling the number of points in that country it can sell tickets to from its Australian and New Zealand network. SilkAir is a subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, which is a major shareholder in Virgin Australia. The Australian ...

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