Do you have any photos aboard Virgin Australia's A320?

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henrus

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Do you have any photos aboard Virgin Australia's A320?

074061

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As the Virgin Australia Airbus A320 star fades away, there will not likely be many A320 pictures around on the Internet. All I can tell you is that VA's A320 sports a wider seat than its 737, but I don't think this needs explaining.

Chris Chamberlin

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Virgin Australia didn't have any A320 aircraft in their fleet, though have now picked up a couple of Skywest birds.

Virgin America on the other hand do have A320s as part of their mainline fleet, and we have a flight review that includes pictures taken on board: http://www.ausbt.com.au/virgin-america-main-cabin-select.

Edited to reflect additions to Virgin Australia Regional Airlines.

fgilch1

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Virgin Australia does have an A320 in their fleet as a result of their acquisition of Skywest Airlines.  I have not seen interior images for it yet.  There is only the seat map on Virgin Australia's website http://www.virginaustralia.com/au/en/experience/on-board-the-flight/seat-maps/

FrequentFlyer

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I think this is discussing Virgin Australia 'Regional's A320 cabin.

johnaboxall

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VA inherited A320s from Skywest, they've even painted them in VA colours. For example, ook up VH-YUD. 

Chris Chamberlin

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My apologies for the slight blunder – at that time of the morning, my head was thinking in terms of 'Virgin Australia' (mainline), as opposed to 'Virgin Australia Regional Airlines' (formerly Skywest), though I realise that the VA website doesn't really distinguish between the two on the seat maps page – though it does in the booking engine, and that yes, they are now all 'VA'.

I think that "my bad" is appropriate here!

colin5353

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Victor Pody on planespotters dot net has a pic of the exterior

henrus

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Hi Guys

I know the Virgin Australia A320's are operated by Virgin Australia Regional Airlines (Formally Skywest)

In regards to Alvin's post, Thanks for mentioning the seat width I did not know that 

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