Virgin Australia’s passenger lounges in Sydney and Perth are to receive makeovers.

Virgin Australia has been going from strength-to-strength despite the ongoing global economic uncertainty.

The airline has just announced a massive 118 per cent leap in after-tax profits as it becomes the nation’s favourite airline.

A spokesperson for the company said that the strong performance would be used to build on the progress it has already made in the lucrative Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane triangle.

The airline will also embark on the overhaul of new or enhanced passenger lounges at various locations across the nation, including Darwin, Sydney, Adelaide and Perth.

Virgin Australia will also continue to invest in its domestic flights business – which it claims is resulting in competition in the market for the first time in a decade.

Earlier this year, the airline announced it would be adding more business class seats to some of its routes – including flights to and from Melbourne.

Written by Alex Cochrane

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