In this week’s exclusive Blue Swan Daily infographic, we focus on Virgin Australia, one of 89 airlines operating in the South Pacific.
By the number of seats offered, Virgin is second largest carrier out of 54 operating into Australia. Virgin Australia operates to 57 destinations, 40 within Australia, 15 within the South Pacific and one each to Asia and North America.
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