An Australian domestic airline has introduced a new fares system, with a range of optional extras.
Brits looking to explore Australia on their holiday down under may be interested to learn that Virgin Australia has launched a new low-fare system on its domestic routes.
Travellers booking flights with Virgin’s Australian division can choose from Saver, Flexi and Premium tickets, with Saver prices starting at just 109 Australian dollars (£71).
Under the new system, passengers can book flights to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, and get a range of options available to them.
Passengers in Flexi class will get priority check-in, a checked baggage allowance, a food and beverage package and the ability to change your flight, all included in the price.
Furthermore, passengers in Premium class will get unlimited food and drink, as well as access to the Virgin Australia lounge and a generous checked baggage limit.
Liz Savage, commercial group executive for Virgin Australia, said: “With this new offering we are able to deliver genuinely simple and easy-to-understand fares, the choice of what you want included and incredible value for money.”
Written by Erin Marshall