Virgin Australia Regional Fleet Fokker F100 Details and Pictures

VH FNN Virgin Australia Regional Fokker 100 Cape Naturaliste at Perth Airport

Virgin Australia Regional Fleet Fokker F100 Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Virgin Australia Regional operates 14 narrow-body aircraft Fokker F100.

The Fokker F100 ís a regional jet in service with many operators worldwide.

The Fokker F100 was manufactured during 1988 through to 1996 and a total of 278 were built.

Prevailing market conditions have made a number of Fokker 100 aircraft available at affordable prices or monthly lease rentals.

Favorable operating expenses and substantial revenue potential combine to make the economics of the Fokker 100 very compelling.

The Fokker F100 is the natural successor of the F-28 Fellowship and is formally certified as the F-28 Mk0100.

VH FNU Virgin Australia Regonal Fokker 100 Roebuck Bay at Perth Airport
VH FNU Virgin Australia Regonal Fokker 100 Roebuck Bay at Perth Airport

Fokker F100 Virgin Australia Regional Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeRegDeliveredName
Fokker F100VH-FNC7 May 2013
Fokker F100VH-FNJ7 May 2013Talbot Bay
Fokker F100VH-FNN7 May 2013Cape Naturaliste
Fokker F100VH-FNR7 May 2013Lake Argyle
Fokker F100VH-FNT7 May 2013
Fokker F100VH-FNU7 May 2013Roebuck Bay
Fokker F100VH-FNY7 May 2013
Fokker F100VH-FSQ7 May 2013Bills Bay
Fokker F100VH-FSW7 May 2013
Fokker F100VH-FWH20 Jul 2015Swan River
Fokker F100VH-FWI20 Jul 2015
Fokker F100VH-FZH14 Nov 2014
Fokker F100VH-FZI22 Aug 2014
Fokker F100VH-FZO7 May 2013

Virgin Australia Regional Fleet Fokker F100 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

This Fokker F-100 aircraft is part of Virgin Australia’s Regional fleet and seats 100 passengers in an all-Economy Class configuration.

It is used on short-haul regional flights in Australia.

Virgin Australia flies the Economy X experience on this aircraft.

Economy X offers a more premium experience at the airport and onboard.

Economy X seats have additional legroom, preferred overhead storage space, priority boarding as well as priority screening at the airport.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Fokker F100 Virgin Australia Regional

Narrow-body regional aircraft Fokker 100 Virgin Australia with 100 seats on board.

Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Fokker F100 Virgin Australia Regional
Seat Map and Seating Chart Fokker F100 Virgin Australia Regional

Economy – Configuration 1

  • 100 seats
  • 2-3 Configuration
  • 87.5cm (34in) seat pitch*
  • 42.3cm (16.7in) seat width

Economy – Configuration 2

  • 100 seats
  • 2-3 Configuration
  • 86.4cm (34in) seat pitch
  • 44cm (17.4in) seat width

Virgin Australia Regional Fokker F100 Info & Specification

Fokker 100
Maximum Range3,170km
Typical Cruise Speed737km/hr
Basic Dimensions Wing Span (with winglets)28.1m
Interior Cabin Width3.1m

Fokker F100 Virgin Australia Regional Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Food. All Economy guests receive complimentary tea, coffee and water on all Virgin Australia flights. In addition, Virgin Australia also offers a selection of complimentary beer and wine on flights between Australian mainland capital cities, departing between 4pm and 7pm, Monday to Friday.

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Virgin Australia Regional Fleet Airbus A320-200 Details and Pictures

VH FNP Virgin Australia Airbus A320 231 Honeymoon Cove at Perth Airport

Virgin Australia Regional Fleet Airbus A320-200 Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Virgin Australia Regional operates 4 narrow-body aircraft Airbus A320-200.

This aircraft operated on short-haul domestic flights within Australia.

Configuration on this A320 is single economy class with 162 standard seats.

Virgin Australia’s Airbus A320-200 fleet can often be seen operating flights to and from Melbourne, although the majority of their flights are supporting the growing Fokker 100 network in Western Australia and neighbouring states.

Recent additions to their A320 fleet have come from Tigerair Australia – now a fully owned subsidiary of Virgin Australia Holdings.

Virgin Australia Regional Airlines Airbus A320 232 VH YUD Port Beach at Christmas Island Airport
Virgin Australia Regional Airlines Airbus A320 232 VH YUD Port Beach at Christmas Island Airport

Airbus A320-200 Virgin Australia Regional Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeRegDeliveredName
Airbus A320-231VH-FNP7 May 2013Honeymoon Cove
Airbus A320-232VH-VNJ17 Apr 2018Cossies Beach
Airbus A320-232VH-VNP26 Nov 2018Little Parakeet Bay
Airbus A320-232VH-YUD18 Apr 2013Port Beach

Virgin Australia Regional Fleet Airbus A320-200 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

This Airbus A320-200 aircraft is part of Virgin Australia’s Regional fleet and seats 168 passengers in an all-Economy Class configuration.

It is used on short-haul regional flights in Australia.

On this aircraft, there are 168 leather slimline seats in an all-economy class 28-row configuration, in a 3-3 seating layout.

Seats boast to have a seat pitch of 31 inches and a width of 17.8 inches.

The seat was very comfortable, with very generous legroom.

There is a magazine and safety card in the seat pocket (which is standard for any aircraft of any airline).

There was no seatback TV or overhead TV monitor on this aircraft.

The Virgin Australia Entertainment app was available on a personal device.

The Virgin Australia Entertainment app was available on a personal device, but it was somehow different to the app offered and used on the aircraft’s Boeing 737-800 fleet.

Airbus A320-200 Virgin Australia Regional Info & Specification

Number in Fleet4
Passengers168
Cargo1,321 cu ft (37.41 cu m)
Engines – Maximum ThrustIAE V2500 – 24,800 lbf (110.3 kN)
Maximum Fuel Capacity30,190 L
Maximum Takeoff Weight77,000 kg
Maximum Range5,700 km
Typical Cruise Speed828 km/h
Basic Dimensions Wing Span (with Winglets)34.1 m
Overall Length37.6 m
Tail Height11.8 m
Interior Cabin Width3.7 m

Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A320-200 Virgin Australia Regional

Narrow-body aircraft Airbus A320-200 Virgin Australia Regional with 168 seats on board.

Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A320 200 Virgin Australia Regional
Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A320 200 Virgin Australia Regional

Airbus A320-200 Virgin Australia Regional Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Food. All Economy Class offers an array of gourmet snack and meal options, with complimentary beer and wine on flights departing between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m., Monday through Friday.

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Virgin Australia Fleet ATR 72-600 Details and Pictures

VH FVP Wategos Beach ATR 72 600 Virgin Australia Skywest Airlines at Brisbane Airport

Virgin Australia Fleet ATR 72-600 Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Virgin Australia operates 8 turboprop aircraft ATR 72-600.

ATR 72 is short-haul turboprop airplane is the further development of ATR42 model with the body elongated by 4.5 meters and increased passenger capacity.

Together this two models represent family of ATR airplanes.

This aircraft capacity is 68 pax on single economy class.

Virgin Australia’s ATR 72 aircraft are actually flown by Skywest.

They run on short hops on regional routes to Canberra, plus around Western Australia and Queensland.

They’re the replacement for Virgin’s small jet Embraer E-170 planes, which are being phased out.

Virgin Australia Regional VH FVR ATR 72 600 Yallingup Beach taxiing at Wagga Wagga Airport
Virgin Australia Regional VH FVR ATR 72 600 Yallingup Beach taxiing at Wagga Wagga Airport

ATR 72-600 Virgin Australia Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeRegDeliveredName
ATR 72-600 (72-212A)VH-FVN29 Sep 2015Whitehaven Beach
ATR 72-600 (72-212A)VH-FVP2 Nov 2015Wategos Beach
ATR 72-600 (72-212A)VH-FVQ6 Oct 2015Christies Beach
ATR 72-600 (72-212A)VH-FVR27 Oct 2015Yallingup Beach
ATR 72-600 (72-212A)VH-FVY12 Oct 2015Marcoola Beach
ATR 72-600 (72-212A)VH-FVZ15 Sep 2015Angourie Beach
ATR 72-600 (72-212A)VH-VPI15 Sep 2015Bronte Beach
ATR 72-600 (72-212A)VH-VPJ20 Oct 2015Monkey Mia

Virgin Australia Fleet ATR 72-600 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

The Virgin Australia ATR 72-600 is used primarily for short-haul trips and has a seating capacity for 68 passengers in Economy Class.

Virgin Australia flies the Economy X experience on this aircraft.

Economy X offers a more premium experience at the airport and onboard.

Economy X seats have additional legroom, preferred overhead storage space, priority boarding as well as priority screening at the airport.

You’ll find 68 seats on board the all-economy plane, in a 2-2 configuration.

Unusually, the ATR’s door is at the rear of the plane, which means that the first person out is in row 17 and the last one out is in row 1.

  • Row 1. These exit-row seats have heaps of extra legroom, but they’re are as far as you can get from the ATR’s rear door — so you’ll be last off the plane and last served when the snack trolley comes round. They cost extra to reserve, but nobody really bothers with that since the flights are so short. Just ask for row 1 at the airport.
  • Row 17. Since this is the last row and thus closest to the door, it’s a good pick for making a late entry and fast exit.
  • Rows 9-11. With only 30 inches of room, compared with 31 elsewhere on the plane, skip these seats.
  • Rows 12-16. While these seats are closer to the door, you’ll get extra noise from the wing-mounted engines outside the windows. Since the ATR’s a pretty small plane anyway, pick a seat ahead of row 9 for a quieter ride.

Seat Map and Seating Chart ATR 72-600 Virgin Australia

Seat Map and Seating Chart ATR 72 600 Virgin Australia
Seat Map and Seating Chart ATR 72 600 Virgin Australia

The airplane offers 68 seats of economy class.

These seats are located in 17 rows per 4 in each with 2-2 configuration.

All the seats are standard except the seats of the 1st and last rows.

Passengers of the seats of the 1st row will feel comfortable thanks to extra legroom.

However, as the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable, these seats are a little narrower than standard.

Also these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

Congregation of passengers in the area of the seats of the last 17th row in order to visit lavatories makes these seats bad seats.

Economy

  • 68 leather seats
  • 2-2 configuration
  • Up to 78cm (31in) seat pitch
  • 43.9cm (17in) seat width

ATR 72-600 Virgin Australia Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Food. Food and beverages are available for purchase on flights longer than one hour. More Information

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Virgin Australia Fleet Boeing 777-300ER Details and Pictures

Virgin Australia Boeing 777 300ER VH VPD Avalon Beach at Melbourne Airport

Virgin Australia Fleet Boeing 777-300ER Details and Pictures. Currently Virgin Australia operates 5 wide-body long-haul aircraft Boeing 777-300ER.

Boeing 777 is two-engine turbojet airplane that was fully constructed without paper drafts using only 3D computer graphics.

This aircraft flight on Virgin Australia long-haul routes, that also serves by Airbus A330-200.

There are 37 seats in Business Class, 24 seats in Premium Economy, 75 seats in Economy X and 203 seats in Economy Class.

Virgin Australia VH VPH Boeing 777 3ZGER St Kilda Beach at Brisbane Airport
Virgin Australia VH VPH Boeing 777 3ZGER St Kilda Beach at Brisbane Airport

Boeing 777-300ER Virgin Australia Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeRegDeliveredName
Boeing 777-3ZG(ER)VH-VOZ7 Dec 2011Palm Beach
Boeing 777-3ZG(ER)VH-VPD7 Dec 2011Avalon Beach
Boeing 777-3ZG(ER)VH-VPE7 Dec 2011Noosa Heads Beach
Boeing 777-3ZG(ER)VH-VPF7 Dec 2011Caves Beach
Boeing 777-3ZG(ER)VH-VPH7 Dec 2011St Kilda Beach

Virgin Australia Fleet Boeing 777-300ER Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

This Boeing 777-300ER aircraft seats 339 passengers in a three-class configuration and is used on long-haul routes.

There are 37 seats in Business Class, 24 seats in Premium Economy, 75 seats in Economy X and 203 seats in Economy Class.

Virgin Australia flies the Economy X experience on this aircraft.

Economy X offers a more premium experience at the airport and onboard.

Economy X seats have additional legroom, preferred overhead storage space, priority boarding as well as priority screening at the airport.

“The Business” cabin includes 37 flat bed seats, including 24 in the forward cabin and 13 in a rear cabin with a lounge/bar in between.

The reverse herringbone seats are arranged in a 1-2-1 fashion with mood lighting.

Center seats have sliding privacy dividers if you are traveling solo and don’t get a window seat.

High-powered USB charging ports quickly charged devices and a universal power outlet was also available.

When it comes to reverse herringbone seats, there are two types.

One is called the Super Diamond seat by Rockwell Collins (used by British Airways on its new A350China Airlines, Hong Kong Airlines, Qatar Airways, and WestJet among others).

The other is the Cirrus seat by Safran/Zodiac (used by Air France, American Airlines, DeltaFinnair, JAL among others).

Virgin Australia uses the Super Diamond, which has a fold-down tray table below the entertainment screen.

Virgin Australia’s Boeing 777-300ER premium economy product has three rows of 2-4-2 seating.

Seats are arranged with a whopping 41 inches of pitch, leaving an incredible amount of legroom and personal space.

That impressive pitch allowed Virgin Australia to install seats that recline a whopping 9 inches.

Seat measured 20 inches between the armrests, which is above average for premium economy.

The bifold tray table extended from the armrest.

When unfolded, the tray table measured 14 inches wide by 10 inches deep.

If you needed a little extra space, the tray table moved forward a few inches.

The only pair of seats in the cabin without a fixed armrest were the two seats in the middle of the middle section.

In the seatback, there was a large pocket and two smaller pockets in the front, which were barely noticeable at first but useful for storing cellphone, boarding pass and passport without needing to toss these in the larger pocket with everything else.

Under the seat, there was an adjustable, retractable footrest and a tight area for storing a backpack.

The space was squeezed at each seat by an inflight-entertainment box and the seat supports.

None of the seats had a legrest.

However, flight attendants provided footrests for passengers in bulkhead seats to support their feet while they tried to relax or sleep.

Although bulkhead seats are typically some of the best seats in a cabin, the 41 inches of pitch leave more than enough legroom in the other rows, and the lack of legrest or fixed footrest make the bulkhead seats less desirable.

The seat’s headrest is adjustable up and down and has small wings to cradle your head while you try to sleep.

There were two lavatories at the back of the cabin. It seemed these were technically shared with the economy cabin, but the flight attendants drew a curtain between the economy cabin and the galley where these were.

That dissuaded some — but not all — economy passengers from using them.

The economy seats are arranged in a 3-3-3 configuration, with 2-3-2 near the bathrooms.

They are 18.5 inches (47cm)  wide, with a 32-inch (81cm) seat pitch and a 15cm (6in) recline.

The seatback in-flight entertainment system is equipped with a nine-inch (22.9cm) screen.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777-300ER Virgin Australia

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777 300ER Virgin Australia
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777 300ER Virgin Australia

Business class consists of 37 flat bed seats that have 180 degrees recline.

These seats are located in two sections.

First section consists of 7 rows of seats.

The best seat here is considered the seat 1A because it offers more privacy.

Location of the lavatory in front may cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 1G and 2K.

The noise from the bar and lavatory located behind will represent problem for passengers of the seats 6DGK and 7A.

Behind the exit row another 4 rows of business class seats are located.

Thanks to the exit row located in front the seats of the 8th row offer additional space for passengers’ legs.

However, close location of the bar and lavatory may be bothersome as well as for passengers of the seat 9A.

Behind business class 24 recliner seats of premium economy class are located.

These seats have 9 inches recline, are located in 3 rows that have 2-4-2 configuration.

The only disadvantage of the seats of the 15th row is lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

Limited recline and proximity of the galley and lavatories are the main disadvantages of the seats of the 17th row.

Economy class may accommodate 278 passengers.

The seats of the economy class are divided into three sections.

First section has 6 rows of seats: 2 rows with 3 seats each and 3 rows have 3-3-3 configuration.

Passengers of the seats 20HJK, 21ABC and 21DFG will take advantage of extra legroom.

Among disadvantages: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing, reduced width and close location of the galley and lavatories.

Limited recline is the main disadvantage of the seats 25DFG.

The second section of economy class seats is located behind the exit row.

This section consists of 13 rows of seats that have 3-3-3 configuration.

Due to the exit row located in front the seats 26BC, 26DFG and 26HJ offer extra legroom.

The legroom of the seats 26A and 26K on the contrary is limited because of the exit door that protrudes inside.

Also the seats of the 26th row have the following disadvantages: no floor storage during take-off and landing and reduced width because the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable.

Location of the galleys and lavatories behind and limited recline are the main disadvantages of the seats of the 38th row.

The third section of economy class seats is located behind another exit row.

There are 14 rows of seats here.

Passengers of the seats 39BC and 39HJ will take advantage of extra space for their legs while the seats 39A and 39K have limited legroom due to exit doors protrusion.

Passengers tend to congregate in the area of the seats of the 39th row while waiting to use lavatories and thus causing discomfort to passengers of these seats.

As the tray tables are built-in the armrests the width of these seats is reduced a little.

Lack of floor storage during take-off and landing is another disadvantage of these seats.

As there are no seats behind the seats 50C and 50H are often bumped by other passengers passing by.

Close location of the lavatories will cause inconvenience to passengers of the seats 51B, 51 DFG, 51J and 52AC, 52HK.

Limited recline makes the seats 51DFG, 52AC and 52HK bad seats.

‘The Business’

  • 37 Business suites
  • 1-2-1 configuration
  • Seat converts to a fully flat bed (80in/203cm long, 28in/71.1cm wide)
  • In-flight entertainment with 18 inch touch screen
  • USB and universal power charging point

Premium

  • 24 seats
  • 2-4-2 configuration
  • 104cm (41in) seat pitch
  • 49.5cm (19.5in) seat width
  • 22.8cm (9in) recline
  • Seatback in-flight entertainment system with 26.9cm (10.6in) screen.

Economy

  • 278 seats
  • 3-3-3 configuration (2-3-2 near bathrooms)
  • 81cm (32in) seat pitch
  • 47cm (18.5in) seat width
  • 15cm (6in) recline
  • Seatback in-flight entertainment system with 22.9cm (9in) screen.

Boeing 777-300ER Virgin Australia Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Virgin Australia entertainment system offers several audio programs featuring a selection of music, news, sports, and children’s programs. More Information
  • Video. Virgin Australia entertainment system offers a selection of programs featuring films, news, sports, variety, lifestyle, and children’s programs. Business Class has 18 in touch screens, Premium Economy Class has 10.6 in screens, and Economy Class has 10 in screens. More Information
  • AC Power. Every Business Class seat has a 110v AC universal power port. Economy and Premium Economy seats have no power ports.
  • Internet. Virgin Australia provides WiFi on their Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane to Los Angeles flights. 1 hour plan: A$8.99 / US$6.85 / NZ$9.93 Flight plan: A$19.99 / US$15.23 / NZ$22.08
  • Food. Food and beverages are available for purchase on flights longer than one hour. More Information

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Virgin Australia Fleet Boeing 737-800 Details and Pictures

Boeing 737 8FEWL Virgin Australia VH VOS Chiton Rocks at Adelaide Airport

Virgin Australia Fleet Boeing 737-800 Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Virgin Australia operates 79 narrow-body aircraft Boeing 737-800.

This aircraft is most popular aircraft form 737NextGen family, its including -600, -700, -800, and -900.

This aircraft configured with Business, Economy X, and standard Economy class.

There’s recliner seats on Business cabin, and standard seats on economy cabin.

The largest Boeing 737-800 operator is Irish low-cost-carrier Ryanair, with 438 Boeing 737-800 on services.

Virgin Australia Airlines Boeing 737 8FEWL VH YFR Scamander Beach landing at Darwin Airport
Virgin Australia Airlines Boeing 737 8FEWL VH YFR Scamander Beach landing at Darwin Airport

Boeing 737-800 Virgin Australia Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeReg
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-BZG
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VOK
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VOL
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VOM
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VON
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VOO
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VOP
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VOQ
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VOS
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VOT
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUA
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUC
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUE
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUF
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUG
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUH
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUI
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUJ
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUK
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUL
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUO
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUP
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUQ
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUR
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUS
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUT
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUU
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUV
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUW
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUX
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUY
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-VUZ
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFC
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFE
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFF
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFG
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFH
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFI
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFJ
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFK
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFL
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFN
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFP
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFQ
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFR
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFS
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFT
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFU
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFV
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFW
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFX
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFY
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YFZ
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIA
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIB
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YID
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIE
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIF
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIG
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIH
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIJ
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIL
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIM
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIO
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIQ
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIR
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIS
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIT
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIU
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIV
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIW
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIY
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YIZ
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YVA
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YVC
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YVD
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YWA
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YWD
Boeing 737-8FE(WL)VH-YWE

Virgin Australia Fleet Boeing 737-800 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Virgin Australia’s Boeing 737-800 with Business Class is used for domestic flights within Australia.

The aircraft seats a total of 176 passengers.

Virgin Australia flies the Economy X experience on this aircraft.

Economy X offers a more premium experience at the airport and onboard.

Economy X seats have additional legroom, preferred overhead storage space, priority boarding as well as priority screening at the airport.

The 737-800 has only eight business class seats compared to 168 in economy class.

The seats are similar to domestic flights class seats in the USA, with limited recline but slightly better legroom and width.

The cabin layout is the same as that found in Business Class on domestic services, with a 2-2 configuration across 2 rows for a total of 8 seats.

The small number of seats allows for quite personalised service, given the customer to staff ratio is small.

The seats are all leather recliners offering a pitch and width of 37 and 19.5 inches respectively.

The centre console offers plenty of elbow room, along with an extendable tray for drinks

The tray table was large enough to fit the meal tray and extends to the centre console, providing extra sturdiness to easily carry laptops and other heavier objects.

The first three rows and over wing exit rows of the 737-800 are dedicated Economy X seats.

Row 3, directly behind business class, is the pick of Economy X seats, offering a pitch of 34 inches (31 inches in standard economy).

There are 28 rows of Economy seats in a 3-3 layout.

Standard seats have a pitch of 31 inches, which is industry standard.

The seat width is 17 inches and the recline is just 4 inches.

The armrests in standard rows can go fully up, which is great for people travelling together and makes it seem more spacious overall.

Altogether, there are 168 Economy seats and 8 Business Class.

In comparison, Qantas have 162 Economy seats and 12 Business Class in the same space, which means Economy seats are a bit more tighter on Qantas (30 inch pitch) than Virgin Australia.

Each seat is upholstered in leather, well-padded and has an adjustable four-way headrest.

  • Row 15: These aisle and exit row seats over the wing have extra legroom and recline normally. Avoid middle seats 15B and 15E if travelling alone.
  • Row 14: While these seats are also exit row seats, they don’t recline fully. Pick row 15 instead.
  • Row 3: The very first row of Economy, these seats will be first off the plane. Pick aisle seats 3C and 3D for the fastest exit. Bear in mind, though, that on some refurbished planes there is no cut-out in the bulkhead for your feet, so you have less effective legroom.
  • Row 12: Immediately in front of the exit row (there’s no row 13), these seats don’t recline fully.
  • 10A 10F: These window seats are missing a window, so if being able to look out of the plane is important to you, avoid them.
  • Row 30: While the back of the plane is more likely to have spare seats next to you, row 30 has limited recline, and is immediately in front of the lavatories, so try row 29 instead.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 737-800 Virgin Australia

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 737 800 Virgin Australia
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 737 800 Virgin Australia

Boeing 737-800 operated by Virgin Australia may accommodate 176 passengers.

Business class offers 8 recliner seats.

The seats of the 1st row have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

Location of the galley in front is another disadvantage of the seats 1D and 1F.

Economy class may transport 168 passengers.

Passengers of the seats of the 3rd row will feel comfortable thanks to extra legroom.

However, these seats are narrower than standard and have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

The seat 9A is considered bad seat due to missing window.

Because of the exit row located behind the seats of the 12th row are less reclining than standard.

As the seats of the 13th row are located between two exit rows they offer extra space to passengers’ legs but at the same time have limited recline and have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

Passengers of the seats of the 14th row will take advantage of extra legroom but lack of the floor storage during take-off and landing may be bothersome.

Location of the lavatories behind and limited recline make the seats of the last 30th row bad seats.

Business

  • 8 leather seats
  • 2-2 configuration
  • 95cm (38in) seat pitch
  • 49.5cm (19.5in) seat width
  • 12.7cm (5in) recline

Economy

  • 168 leather seats
  • 3-3 configuration
  • 78cm (31in) seat pitch
  • 43cm (17in) seat width
  • 10.16cm (4in) recline

Boeing 737-800 Virgin Australia Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Virgin Australia offers wireless In-Flight Entertainment across its domestic and international short haul fleet. This system provides access to hundreds of hours movies, TV shows, and music- all available on your own Wi-Fi enabled device. More Information
  • Video. Virgin Australia offers wireless In-Flight Entertainment across its domestic and international short haul fleet. This system provides access to hundreds of hours movies, TV shows, and music- all available on your own Wi-Fi enabled device. More Information
  • Food. The Business class menu offers a gourmet food, with various options for breakfast, lunch and dinner ranging from snacks to meals. On flights longer than 3 hours, the Business class provides a three-course meal for lunch and dinner. The Economy class also offers an array of gourmet snack and meal options, with complimentary beer and wine on flights departing between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m., Monday through Friday.More Information

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Virgin Australia Fleet Boeing 737-700 Details and Pictures

VH VBY Kingston Beach Boeing 737 7FEWL Virgin Australia at Brisbane Airport

Virgin Australia Fleet Boeing 737-700 Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Virgin Australia operates 2 narrow-body aircraft Boeing 737-700.

Boeing 737-700 is used by Virgin Australia during internal flights.

This narrow-body aircraft configured with Business, Economy X, and Economy class cabin.

Boeing 737-700 is family members of Boeing 737NextGen aircraft, its including -600, -700, -800, and -900.

Performance and capability upgrades over its predecessor include longer range, greater capacity (in its largest variants), and available higher maximum takeoff weight (MTOW) specifications.

Virgin Australia VH VBZ Boeing 737 7FEWL Cronulla Beach at Adelaide Airport
Virgin Australia VH VBZ Boeing 737 7FEWL Cronulla Beach at Adelaide Airport

Boeing 737-700 Virgin Australia Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeRegDeliveredName
Boeing 737-7FE(WL)VH-VBY4 May 2011Kingston Beach
Boeing 737-7FE(WL)VH-VBZ4 May 2011Cronulla Beach

Virgin Australia Fleet Boeing 737-700 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

The Virgin Australia Boeing 737-700 is used for domestic flights within Australia.

It seats a total of 128 passengers with 8 Business Class seats, 24 Economy X Class seats and 96 Economy Class seats.

Virgin Australia flies the Economy X experience on this aircraft.

Economy X offers a more premium experience at the airport and onboard.

Economy X seats have additional legroom, preferred overhead storage space, priority boarding as well as priority screening at the airport.

The Virgin Australia Boeing 737-700 features 128 seats in a 2 cabin configuration.

Economy has 120 seats in a 3-3 config; Business class has 8 seats in a 2-2 config; this is pretty standard for these aircraft.

Legroom-wise, the Economy pitch of 79cm is average, the Business class pitch of 94cm is average, though of course what that means for you depends on how tall you are!

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 737-700 Virgin Australia

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 737 700 Virgin Australia
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 737 700 Virgin Australia

This airplane may accommodate 128 passengers : 8 in the business class and 120 in the economy class.

8 recliner seats of the business class are located in the first two rows and have 2-2 configuration.

All these seats are standard.

Only close location of the seats 1D and 1F to the galley may be bothersome.

Behind the seats of the business class the seats of economy class are located.

These seats are divided into two sections and all of them have 3-3 configuration.

First section of economy class seats contains 7 rows of seats.

The best seats in this section are the seats of the 3rd row.

Passengers of these seats will take advantage of extra legroom.

Due to the exit row located behind the seats of the 9th row are less reclining than standard.

Second section of economy class seats consists of 13 rows.

The seats of the 10th row offer extra space for passengers’ legs thanks to the exit row located in front.

Passengers tend to congregate in the area of the seats 21C and 21D and of the seats of the 22nd row while waiting to visit lavatories and thus causing discomfort to passengers of these seats.

Limited recline makes the seats of the last 22nd row bad seats.

Business

  • 8 leather seats
  • 2-2 configuration
  • 94cm (37in) seat pitch
  • 49.5cm (19.5in) seat width
  • 12.7cm (5in) recline

Economy

  • 120 leather seats
  • 3-3 configuration
  • 78cm (31in) seat pitch
  • 43cm (17in) seat width
  • 10.16cm (4in) recline

Boeing 737-700 Virgin Australia Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Virgin Australia offers an in-flight entertainment streaming service that features a variety of audio options. More Information
  • Video. Virgin Australia offers an in-flight entertainment streaming service showing news, sports, variety, lifestyle, and children’s programs. More Information
  • Food. Food and beverages are available for purchase on flights longer than one hour. More Information

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