Virgin Australia has Interline agreements and partnerships with a number of international and domestic airlines.
Take advantage of free terminal transfers and through bag checks with Virgin Australia’s Interline partners.
Aerolineas Argentinas has a vast domestic network throughout Argentina, and also flies to key international destinations.
Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air
Carrying more than 17 million customers a year, Alaska Airlines services span more than 60 cities throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico.
- Visit the Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air website
- View the Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air route map
Air Austral links the French island of Réunion with its neighbours Mayotte, Mauritius, Seychelles, South Africa and France, as well as many other destinations.
Aircalin operates flights between Noumea and Tokyo, Noumea and Osaka, Noumea and Seoul, as well as regional flights to Auckland, Brisbane, Nandi, Papeete, Port Vila, Sydney and Wallis.
Air Mauritius operates three weekly services from Perth to Mauritius and beyond to Africa and Europe.
Airlines PNG provides flights between Australia and Papua New Guinea and within Papua New Guinea.
Air Tahiti Nui
Air Tahiti Nui is the leading carrier to French Polynesia with a route network linking the South Pacific to four continents.
Cathay Pacific Airways is based in Hong Kong and offers scheduled cargo and passenger services to more than 110 destinations worldwide.
China Southern Airlines flies to 841 cities in 162 countries, forming an extensive network, while covering all of China and radiating throughout Asia.
Dragonair provides passenger and cargo services to 29 destinations across the Asia-Pacific region, including 17 in mainland China.
Frontier operates 500 daily flights from three hubs – Denver, Milwaukee and Kansas City – to more than 80 destinations in the United States, Mexico and Costa Rica.
Garuda Indonesia is Indonesia’s largest carrier, flying to more than 43 domestic and international destinations.
Qatar Airways connects people and places from every corner of the globe and with over 80 destinations worldwide.
Royal Brunei Airlines provides scheduled services across Asia, the Middle East, Australasia and the United Kingdom.
South African Airways
South Africa’s flag carrier, South African Airways flies to a range of international destinations across all six inhabited continents.
Thai Airways is the national carrier of the Kingdom of Thailand, operating domestic, regional and intercontinental flights from its home base in Bangkok.
US Airways operates major hubs in Charlotte, Philadelphia and Phoenix, connecting to 200 destinations in North America, South America, Europe and the Middle East.
Vietnam Airlines is the Socialist Republic’s national carrier, flying to 41 international destinations in Asia, Europe and Australia, and 18 cities within Vietnam.