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Rebooted: All Virgin Australia Domestic Lounges Back Open For Business

Virgin Australia has opened its seventh and final domestic Lounge in Canberra today, thanks to a rise in domestic travel and an increase in customer demand.

Virgin Australia has opened its seventh and final domestic Lounge in Canberra today, thanks to a rise in domestic travel and an increase in customer demand.

With Virgin Australia expecting to be at 80% of pre-COVID-19 capacity by July 2021, the good news is that from today, all Virgin Australia domestic lounges are open and ready again to welcome passengers.

These lounges include Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Perth and the newly revamped Adelaide.

“Virgin Australia is committed to offering its frequent flyers lounges and looks forward to welcoming guests as they return to leisure and corporate travel.”

Virgin Australia Group Spokesperson

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As part of the reopenings, Virgin Australia will continue to roll-out its new and fresh Lounge menu nationally, with the Canberra Lounge to offer key dishes, including a selection of sandwiches, salads, wraps and healthy snacks, prepared on-site, and served from a hosted bar.

Last month, Virgin Australia also opened its ‘lounge of the future’, at Adelaide Airport.

The contemporary design includes a large light-filled space, with the central walkway leading companies to numerous dining and seating areas.

Ambient lighting, bright greenery and Australian sustainable furniture complete the lounge making it what the airline says is a relaxed, inviting and uncomplicated place, to refresh and recharge.

The reopening of these lounges marks a significant moment for Virgin Australia’s future, with the airline expected to make further improvements to its customer offering, including a new and fresh onboard menu for Business Class, and a buy onboard retail menu for Economy and Economy-X guests, to be revealed in the coming months.

We’re excited.