wrldtvlr
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Virgin Australia IATA Codes

Thu Jan 26, 2012 10:59 pm

I've been a lurker for ages but decided just to join. I'm hoping this topic hasn't been discussed before.

Does anyone know if Virgin Australia plan to operate under one IATA code now that they've unified under one brand? Virgin Blue flights still show up as DJ and V Australia flights show up as VA in the GDS, and I assume the call signs are still different (DJ-VIRGIN and VA-VEE OZ).

Thanks.
 
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Virgin Australia IATA Codes

Fri Jan 27, 2012 10:25 am

Hi wrldtvlr,

Dont know the answers to your questions but wanted to welcome you to A-Net.

You will have a great time here & if you are going to get addicted to something, A-Net is addiction is better than others.

AI.
 
winglets747
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RE: Virgin Australia Iata Codes

Fri Jan 27, 2012 11:08 pm

The last I heard the plan was to have a single code but the timetable for that wasn't made clear to me.

In Dec-2011 Virgin changed its listed name from Virgin Blue Holdings to Virgin Australia Holdings, so they are slowly integrating the less visual inconsistencies.
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sparklehorse12
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RE: Virgin Australia Iata Codes

Sat Jan 28, 2012 11:50 am

Virgin Australia will operate under the one IATA code of VA after they move to a single GDS Sabre which is due to be consolidated by the end of 2012.

I hope this helps
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