Virgin Australia To Bring 250 New Jobs To Brisbane

New flights by October


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Virgin Australia is showing its got faith in Queensland's tourism economy, adding 700 more weekly flights across the country in October.

The new addition will lead to 250 new jobs in Brisbane, including roles as baggage handlers, pilots, ground staff and in the company's headquarters here in Brissie.

Included in the 700 weekly flights, Brisbane will see these additional flights take place: 

  • Sydney-Brisbane (from 76 up to 104 return flights per week by October)
  • Melbourne-Brisbane (from 61 up to 84 return flights per week by October)
  • Brisbane-Cairns (from 29 up to 31 return flights per week by October)
  • Brisbane-Proserpine/Whitsunday Coast (from 7 up to 10 return flights per week by October)
  • Brisbane-Mackay (from 20 up to 30 return flights per week by October)
  • Brisbane-Townsville (from 20 up to 31 return flights per week by October)
  • Brisbane-Perth (from 17 up to 24 return flights per week by October)
  • Brisbane-Canberra (from 18 up to 24 return flights per week by October)

The 700 flights will be added across Virgin's domestic network by October.

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Amber Lowther

20 May 2021

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Amber Lowther




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