Virgin Australia Wireless In-flight Entertainment

How to connect: 


Turn Flight Mode on



Connect to Virgin Australia Wi-Fi



Open the Virgin Australia Entertain App



With Virgin Australia’s award-winning In-Flight Entertainment, you can enjoy hundreds of hours of movies, TV shows, music, audio and more all on your own device once on board your flight.

In-Flight Entertainment is available on selected domestic and international short-haul flights on equipped Boeing 737 aircraft, using a supported device*. You will need to prepare your device before you fly. Make sure your device is fully charged, consider bringing a battery pack for longer flights, and don’t forget your headphones!

Preparing your device:

For iPad®, iPhone® and Android devices*:

  1. Download Virgin Australia’s free Entertainment App from the Apple StoreTM or Google Play™ store^. 
  2. Once on board, go to your device settings to switch flight mode on.
  3. Then activate Wi-Fi and connect to the VirginAustralia wireless network.
  4. Open the Entertainment App, which will launch your device browser - then you can watch, listen, read and play.

    ^Minimum requirements: iOS 10.3.3 with app version 3.7.180030, Android 7.1.2 with app version

For Windows laptops with Microsoft Silverlight*:

  1. Ensure the latest version of Microsoft® Silverlight® and Internet Explorer® is installed.
  2. Visit our test page at to confirm your device is ready for your next flight.
  3. Once on board, open Internet Explorer and visit — then you can watch, listen, read and play.
  4. Please note – the above steps cannot be completed on board the flight and must be completed prior to your flight. 

Unsupported devices and software:
Macbook devices Recently Microsoft® has withdrawn support of Silverlight® for MacBook devices. We are working to make system adjustments to restore MacBook compatibility on Wireless IFE as quickly as possible. Please bear with us as we do this work, we will provide notice on this webpage as soon as access is restored.

Windows phones and tablets using the Windows Phone operating system Currently not supported on the Wireless In-flight Entertainment system. Virgin Australia is working to increase the availability of the system on additional devices.

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Important information 

*The aircraft operating your flight may change without notice. In the event of an aircraft change, we are unable to guarantee that your aircraft will be equipped with Wireless In-flight Entertainment. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Apple, the Apple logo, iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc. Android and Google Play are trademarks of Google Inc. Microsoft, Windows and Silverlight are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.