Virgin Australia Redesigns Premium Economy Cabin


Rolling out in its Boeing 777 fleet later this year, Virgin Australia has redesigned its Premium Economy cabin to be more spacious and personalized on trans-Pacific flights. The new cabin will be fitted with just 24 seats, each with a pitch of 41 inches, rendering more legroom than any other Australian airline’s class of the same grade. Along with self-service snacks and alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages restocked and available throughout flights, passengers can choose different variations of their meals (which are plated) such as garnishes and time of service as well as enjoy a selection of wines previous only available in the carrier’s Business Class. Each seat comes with a USB charging outlet as well as a blanket, pillow, and REN Skincare products, and airport services include a check-in counter dedicated to Premium Economy passengers, priority boarding, and priority baggage allowances of up to 64 kilograms.

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