Archive for the ‘Viva Macau’ Category

Viva Macau stopped its operations

March 30th, 2010

Low cost airline Viva Macau stopped its operations yesterday due to financial problems. About 300 people were left at Macau Airport and there are reports that a further 650 travellers originating from nearby Hong Kong have been told to make other arrangements.

What can you do if you have booked airline tickets with Viva Macau? If you have booked your flight by credit card you can cancel the transaction.  Whether your money will be returned or not depends on the bank.

Airlines, Asia, Other, Viva Macau

V Australia touches down from South Africa

March 17th, 2010

Melbourne Airport welcomed announcement of new connection. Low cost airline V Australia operated yesterday its inaugural flight from Johannesburg. The service from Melbourne to Johannesburg will be available twice a week.

Johannesburg is V Australia’s third international destination from Melbourne, with services to Los Angeles and Phuket both launched in December last year. That same month Melbourne Airport also welcomed inaugural flights from Qatar Airways and Viva Macau. The airport now boasts 26 international airlines.

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Africa, Airlines, Australia, New Zealand etc., New Routes, Qatar Airways, V Australia, Viva Macau

Viva Macau increases flights at Melbourne Airport

January 14th, 2010

Melbourne Airport and Viva Macau are going to increase services from Melbourne, with an additional weekly flight commencing from March 28 this year. The announcement comes after Viva Macau’s decision to temporarily suspend its service to Sydney.

Viva Macau launched services from Melbourne in December 2009 – the third international airline that month to commence flights from Melbourne Airport for the first time.

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Africa, Airlines, Asia, Australia, New Zealand etc., Europe, Qatar Airways, V Australia, Viva Macau

Melbourne Airport welcomes Viva Macau

December 10th, 2009

Melbourne Airport welcomes Viva Macau to Victoria as the airline launched their inaugural services in and out of Melbourne. The twice weekly flights provide even more services for Victorian travellers and those visiting Victoria, creating opportunities for increased business and leisure travel between the two regions.

Viva Macau is the third international airline to commence services from Melbourne Airport over the last fortnight, following V Australia on December 1 and Qatar Airways on December 6. Stage one of Melbourne Airport’s international terminal expansion was opened to the public last week.

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Airlines, Asia, Australia, New Zealand etc., Qatar Airways, V Australia, Viva Macau