What is happening?
Virgin Australia has changed the structure of its domestic and trans-Tasman fares to streamline its product offering.
Domestic fare class changes:
Saver Lite fares (no bags included) are being removed from the domestic fare structure.
Trans-Tasman fare class changes:
To maintain parity with partner airline, Air New Zealand, Virgin Australia will reduce the number of seat-only fares down to one.
What does this mean for you?
All ticketed fares will be honoured as per booking conditions and inclusions. Passengers who change flights on or after 17 March will be required to select a fare that is valid on the day of the change.
Fare types for domestic flights will be as follows:
ECONOMY BUSINESS CLASS
- Saver fares - Business sale fares (available at promotional times only)
- Flexi fares - Business fares
- Fully flex fares
Fare types for trans-Tasman flights will be as follows:
ECONOMY PREMIUM ECONOMY BUSINESS CLASS
- Saver Lite fare - Premium saver - Business saver
- Saver fares - Premium flexi - Business fares
- Flexi fares
Why is Virgin Australia doing this?
Virgin Australia is streamlining its product offering as a result of strong customer feedback. By removing domestic Saver Lite fares, and reducing Saver Lite fares on the trans-Tasman route, Virgin Australia will deliver more available seats for passengers with bags on its routes.
For more information
Contact your Travel Manager or Account Manager for more information. Virgin Australia has also released a domestic and a trans-Tasman fare guide detailing the conditions of each fare type. Guides are available from the Corporate Traveller team.