Virgin Australia - Boeing B737-700



Virgin Australia Airlines is one of Australia's largest airlines, and it is the largest airline by fleet size to use the Virgin brand. It commenced services on 31 August 2000 as Virgin Blue, with two aircraft on a single route. It suddenly found itself as a major airline in Australia's domestic market after the collapse of Ansett Australia in September 2001. The airline has since grown to directly serve 42 cities in Australia, from hubs in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.
Source: Wikipedia
About
Identifier: VA/VOZ
Frequent-Flyer Program: Velocity
Started Operations: Aug 2000
Website: http://virginaustralia.com
Source: Wikipedia

Flight Statistics

Flights per Month
4,352 flights
Average Distance: 1,024km (634mi)
Distance Flown
148,560km (92,107mi) per day
4,456,803km (2,763,218mi) per month
Plane Information
95 Total
17 currently flying
Average Age: 9 years
Newest: 18 months
Oldest: 31 years

List of all Boeing B737-700s at Virgin Australia

Reg Airline Model Seats Age Last Flight
Reg: VH-VBY Airline: Virgin Australia Model: Boeing
B737
Seats: NA Age:  14.30 years Last Flight:  19 hours from now VA755 from  Melbourne [MEL] to   Gold Coast [OOL] 1 5127 -100
Reg: VH-VBZ Airline: Virgin Australia Model: Boeing
B737
Seats: NA Age:  13.39 years Last Flight:  9 hours from now VA367 from  Brisbane [BNE] to   Townsville [TSV] 1 5088 -100