Virgin Australia is taking steps to ramp up its product offering on Australia-New Zealand routes, in preparation for increased competition when its partnership with Air New Zealand ends. The airline has announced it will start including meals and checked baggage in its base fares in the Australia-New Zealand market, and will introduce onboard Wi-Fi on these flights. It will also start codesharing on a Singapore Airlines (SIA) service between the two countries. These changes will take effect ...

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