Virgin Australia refurbishes older aircrafts with new business class seats
Virgin Australia recently announced it has refurbished its older planes and installed new business class seats.
Virgin Australia in a statement said that four of its older aircrafts, which earlier didn’t have business class cabins, have now been equipped with bigger and comfortable business class seats.
The airline has installed the business class seats in four of its Boeing 737-700 aircrafts. These aircrafts are somewhat smaller that many of Boeing 737-800 aircrafts that form the bulk of the airline’s fleet.
These four Boeing 737-700 aircrafts with newly-installed business class seats would be serving on select domestic destinations where the passengers are fewer in numbers.
The airline in a statement said that it has refurbished four of its Boeing 737-700 aircrafts to include business class cabins. The airline has reconfigured these four aircrafts akin to the standards of its Boeing 737-800 aircrafts in order to serve its customers better.
Virgin Australia is planning to exit these four Boeing 737-700 aircrafts from its fleet by the end of this year.