Virgin Australia Group has announced changes to its short-haul international network in response to shifting international border projections. The airline plans to defer most short-haul international flying, including to Fiji and Indonesia, until at least December 2021. Continued efforts by State and Federal Government’s to refine trans-Tasman travel arrangements will however allow the airline to operate Boeing 737 services between Sydney-Queenstown and Brisbane-Queenstown, as planned from 18 September 2021, and Melbourne-Queenstown services from 7 December 2021. Because current demand for other New Zealand destinations remains subdued, Virgin Australia will defer them from sale alongside services to Vanuatu, Samoa and the

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