Three Virgin tails at LAX

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Here are three Virgin tails lined up for the first time at Los Angeles International following the launch of Virgin Blue’s long-haul arm V Australia on Friday 27 February with an inaugural flight from Sydney.

Tails are (left to right) Virgin Atlantic A340-600 registered G-VWEB, V Australia Boeing 777-300ER registered VH-VOZ, Virgin America A320-200 registered N622VA.


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One Response to Three Virgin tails at LAX

  1. Gary Glover 4 March, 2009 at 10:53 am #

    Can’t help but notice the similarities between the V Australia red tail against a white fuselage and the Qantas (Australia) red tail against a white background. The main difference seems to be that V Australia uses the stars of the southern cross (once used on the tails of Ansett aircraft) rather than the kangaroo.

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