Further Virgin Australia rollout
Got the following email (still trying to find the post that said that V Australia would not become Virgin Australia)....
Originally Posted by Virgin Australia Email
Today we commence the rollout of a brand new travel experience for our international Guests.
We are thrilled to relaunch our international airlines V Australia and Pacific Blue under our brand, Virgin Australia, and to partner with the Samoan Government in re-launching Polynesian Blue under the new brand of Virgin Samoa.
Please be assured that any bookings for travel with Virgin Australia and Virgin Samoa will not be affected as a result of the relaunch, however there will be some changes to the look and feel of the airline, including:
Fresh new Virgin Australia signage at our international ports,
New-look travel documents,
One consolidated Virgin Australia website where you can make bookings for all of our airlines.
If you are flying V Australia, Pacific Blue or Polynesian Blue please check the flight information displays for the correct check-in desk and flight number when you arrive at the airport. Directional signage and our friendly ground crew will be there to help you on your journey.
The consolidation of the brand is an exciting milestone in our transformation to a contemporary, dynamic airline with a product to compete with the best worldwide. You will see further changes in 2012 as we continue to refurbish our fleet of aircraft and enhance the travel experience in the air and on the ground.
What do you get if you cross a joke with a rhetorical question?