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Virgin Australia’s first B737 Max 8 heads for Japan

Carry On: Portugal privatisation, Australia-Cook Islands, Hong Kong recovery.

NBR columnist Nevil Gibson speaks with Calida Stuart-Menteath.

Nevil Gibson Sat, 08 Jul 2023

The first of Virgin Australia’s large order of Boeing 737 Max 8s arrived one day after the launch of its Cairns-Tokyo Haneda route on June 28 but it will be in service on the route by July 30. In the meantime, it will fly on domestic routes. The B737-8 is under lease from China Aircraft Leasing

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