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Article: V Australia

Mon Aug 06, 2007 8:30 pm

Haven't seen this article posted, so here's the link,

http://www.smh.com.au/news/news/virg...-run/2007/08/03/1185648112143.html

Now I know this is still a fair way off but im going to ask, as the artictle mentions that the first route is going to be SYD-LAX, are we guessing that V Australia will utilise T2 at LAX as does Virgin Atlantic. Or possibly the remodelled TBIT if/when its completed, the story also mentions Virgin America, have they got access to gates at T5 ? And I also remember some international flights using T5, previously IIRC AF, and China Southern, so could it be T5 with UA also located nearby.

As I said I know these things are still way off, but just thought I would throw up the question, Im a bit of a LAX fan.

Mark
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