A proposed blueprint for the new Virgin includes adopting the Boeing 787 as its sole long-range jet.
Virgin Australia's administrator also says that the shortlist for take-over bids is now down to eight serious players.
With most flights curtailed and some airlines grounded, Executive Traveller chats with Star's CEO Jeffrey Goh about its future.
It's called 'Project Maroon', and it could see the Queensland Government become a major stake-holder in Virgin Mk II.
Doctors, nurses and more can put their hand up for a pair of free return flights to any destination in Qatar's worldwide network.
One plan for the new Virgin Australia looks pretty much the same as the 'old' Virgin Australia...
Qatar Airways' Airbus A380 superjumbos may be another casualty of the coronavirus.
High hopes for Emirates' all-new premium economy seat have been dashed by the coronavirus.
Passengers with cancelled Virgin Australia flight bookings will now be offered a new type of restricted travel voucher.
United joins many other airlines in putting a stopper in capital expenditure to conserve cash while waiting out the coronavirus.
The Gulf carrier trims its sails ahead of a long and unsteady recovery for international travel.
Low-cost Indian juggernaut IndiGo is running the numbers on a Virgin Australia take-over.
A $200m warchest and a fleet of Airbus or Boeing jets would see Rex become Australia's new challenger airline.
Etihad Airways will run weekly flights from Melbourne to London via Abu Dhabi beginning May 15.
As travel opens back up, Qantas wants to be able to sell every seat on every flight, without blocking middle seats from sale.
Virgin's would-be owners ready their initial take-over bids, which will likely see a very different airline return to the skies.
Financial prudence trumps factory-fresh planes as Qantas charts a course to, and through, air travel's uncertain future.
With €3bn of Govt funding, a newly-nationalised Alitalia is set to launch in June.