Virgin Australia Cuts 737 Fleet, Renegotiates Leases

Virgin Australia Boeing 737-800
Credit: Boeing
Virgin Australia confirmed plans to keep 56 of its Boeing 737s when it exits the administration process, which means it will cut almost 30 aircraft from its narrowbody fleet compared to pre-COVID-19 pandemic levels. The carrier said it has “successfully renegotiated terms” for the 56 737s it is...

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