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ID 51523 Views: 177
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V Australia
Boeing 777-3ZG ER
Sydney - Sydney-Kingsford Smith International (SYD/YSSY)
Australia, October 10, 2010
Bill Mallinson
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VH-VPD (cn 37938)

ID 26126 Views: 297
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V Australia
Boeing 777-3ZG ER
Los Angeles - International (LAX/KLAX)
USA - California, February 8, 2011
Chuck Slusarczyk Jr.
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VH-VPD (cn 37938) Getting towed to a remote parking spot, V Australia is another offshoot of the Richard Branson empire.

ID 21649 Views: 235
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V Australia
Boeing 777-3ZG ER
Los Angeles - International (LAX/KLAX)
USA - California, May 21, 2010
chrisjake
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VH-VPE (cn 37939) Flight 1 from Sydney about 4 miles out for runway 24R.

ID 15585 Views: 320
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V Australia
Boeing 777-3ZG ER
Los Angeles - International (LAX/KLAX)
USA - California, April 1, 2009
Scott Geer
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VH-VPD (cn 37938) My first upload!

ID 12230 Views: 912
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V Australia
Boeing 777-3ZG ER
Los Angeles - International (LAX/KLAX)
USA - California, February 7, 2009
Mark Plumley
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VH-VOZ (cn 35302) The first ever 777 to carry an Australian Registration, V Australia's brand new bird is seen being towed to a remote stand. Still in testing and training. The arrival of V Australia - a long-haul, full-service airline, is also expected to spark a price war on the trans-Pacific route as the newcomer goes head to head with established carriers Qantas, United Airlines and Delta. The first of seven new aircraft, purchased for the new Virgin Blue offshoot, V Australia. I was lucky to catch this bird!!

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