Making clean fuel is one thing, and Virgin is taking on the other essential of getting it into the fuel tanks
Does a dive down the exit chute by Virgin's group executive John Thomas means things will be better or worse for its 'guests'?
Virgin Australia isn’t going to succeed by becoming a super-Qantas product, or even one which charges more ancillary fees that its stronger competitor
Is 'sweating the asset' and screwing the customer really the way to lift airline profits?
There was some good news at Virgin Australia's AGM, but the topics that excite consumers aren't yet ShowTime ready
Australia's second largest airline group sees all its components gaining altitude this financial year
ME giant Etihad appears to be a happy prisoner of the Virgin Australia restructuring deal and it's likely Tigerair will boost VA's international expansion in competition with Jetstar
Virgin Australia and Australia's tourism industry stand likely to be transformed by the China deal announced this morning
Air New Zealand’s unhappiness with Virgin Australia has caused today’s ASX trading halt in VAH while the highly profitable NZ carrier decides whether to sell all or part of its minority 25.9 percent stake in Australia’s second largest airline group.
This is an awkward moment for Virgin Australia in that today’s announcement of a $425 million unsecured loan from its rich and powerful airline backers buys it more time to fix its finances.