Virgin Australia is considering launching its own service to Samoa after its joint venture with the Samoan government is terminated in November. The airline filed an application to Australia’s International Air Services Commission asking for an allocation of capacity in the Samoan market. Virgin requested 880 seats a week to be used for five weekly flights with a Boeing 737. According to Virgin, the allocation would be “fully utilized” by Nov. 13. However, the airline ...

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