Virgin Resumes their service to Vanuatu’s Bauerfield International Airport

Post by Richard Butler | 26 May 2016 |
Rejoicing was heard on the ground and in the air, as after four months’ suspension of service from Virgin Australia, the Airport once again is receiving regular visits from the Australian carrier.  The Government’s contractor has successfully renovated the tarmac with more advanced technology and the second phase of work is in progress.
Virgin Airlines first Boeing 737 departed from Brisbane in the morning at 10:30am AEST and landed at 2:17pm Vanuatu time at Bauerfield International Airport –  a full 13 minutes ahead of schedule.  Air New Zealand has indicated they may hold their flights

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