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JTSkip

Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards

Member since 05 Dec 2014

Total posts 6

I have just flown down from Sydney to Melbourne and read on page 14 from Kirsten Rowlingson that this edition June-19 is the last edition of this excellent magazine. Can anyone confirm this and if this is the case WHY?
Thank you 

LatteLaptopLoon

Member since 25 Oct 2017

Total posts 16

New CEO idea ?

gflyer

Member since 15 Jan 2015

Total posts 1

The magazine is staying just a new provider has taken over the design and content from July

ChrisCh

Member since 24 Apr 2012

Total posts 1,024

Hi gflyer, please don't post the same comment more than once: if it doesn't appear straight away, it's because it needs to be manually approved. Posting more than once creates more work for the admin team in cleaning things up, rather than simply clicking 'approve' when we next review comments. :)

henrus

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 23 Oct 2013

Total posts 768

You're not the first person who's thought it's going... a few family members mentioned it last week.

Gflyer is correct. It's just a new publishing company and different editiors/writers... there will still be a July edition in seat back pockets next month.

andyf

Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards

Member since 07 Dec 2014

Total posts 40

Just my personal opinion ... but surely they could dump it completely and they wouldn't lose a single customer - saving them cost of producing the thing (content, layout, printing) and the fuel cost of carrying it on all the planes.

xtfer

Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards

Member since 14 Mar 2017

Total posts 139

Just my personal opinion ... but surely they could dump it completely and they wouldn't lose a single customer - saving them cost of producing the thing (content, layout, printing) and the fuel cost of carrying it on all the planes.

I think they'd be more concerned about losing advertisers, if you get my drift.

reeves35

Member since 24 Aug 2011

Total posts 51

Just my personal opinion ... but surely they could dump it completely and they wouldn't lose a single customer - saving them cost of producing the thing (content, layout, printing) and the fuel cost of carrying it on all the planes.

I think they'd be more concerned about losing advertisers, if you get my drift.

Correct, Inflight magazines are largely self-funding from the advertisers they attract. Regular travellers tend to be in A/B demographic so attractive to advertisers of higher end discretionary products.

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