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Virgin paying the price for airline reinvention

Virgin paying the price for airline reinventionThe Australian Financial Review Virgin Australia chief executive John Borghetti is in a painful phase of his long-term journey to reinvent the country's second-largest airline. The first ... Airlines boost on-time performance in Flight attendants: glamour and discrimination in a turbulent industryThe Australian Full Coverage Flag as irrelevant

Pilot Cadet Program , ATR - 72 Virgin Australia Airlines

Virgin Australia Airlines

CEO or MDMr. John Borghetti, CEO
AddressVirgin Australia Airlines
Human Resources / Pilot Recruitment
PO Box 1034 
Spring Hill, QLD 4004
Telephone+61 7 3295 3000
Fleet Types5 Boeing B777-300ER Long Haul Airliners,
6 Airbus A330-200 Airliners,

76 Boeing B737-800NG Airliners,
2 Boeing B737-700NG Airliners,
18 Embraer E-190 Jets (5 sold, leaving co by Sept 2016),

(14 ATR72-500 EFIS Turboprops operated by Virgin Australia Regional Airlines)
Aircraft Orders2 Airbus A330-200 Airliners,
13 Boeing B737-MAX8 Airliners
Pilot Bases / DomicilesYBBN - Brisbane International Airport / Brisbane QLD
YSSY - Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport / Sydney NSW
YMML - Melbourne International Airport / Melbourne VIC
YPPH - Perth International Airport / Perth WA

Successful airline with domestic services throughout Australia and International Services (US West Coast, Abu Dhabi) with the A330 and B777 fleet.

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Aviation Fuel sniffing prompts warning in Australia

Aviation Fuel sniffing prompts warning in Australia
Australian Northern Territory
Australian health officials have warned of a "serious" incidence of children inhaling Aviation fuel in the Northern Territory.   Security camera footage shows children breaking into the remote Elcho Island Airport and siphoning fuel from planes. Petrol sniffing is not a new challenge to hit remote communities, but Aviation fuel is even more dangerous because it contains lead, local officials said. Lead exposure can badly damage the brain and nervous system.   Health officials believe more than 100 youths - one as young as seven - have inhaled the fuel on Elcho Island and a nearby area since March last year. "Our kids are ending up in hospital by getting infected by chemicals, which is bad for them," one Aboriginal elder, John Gurrumgurrum Burarrwanga, told the Australian Broadcasting Corp. www.Australian-Airlines-Ne…

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