Virgin Australia Crew Get Take Their Clothes Off To Promote Low Fares

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  1. Is this the new acceptable dress code for all Virgin Airlines flights departing Australia or just when visiting a Virgin Lounge in Australia?

  2. Meh. The fact that they only give UA232 (Sioux City crash) a “notable mention” indicates they have no idea how miraculous that was, despite losing 112 people. The crew managed to make the unsurvivable, survivable.

  3. As a member of Star Alliance, when you buy US$10,000 (THB 350,000) Worth Of Thai Airways Credits and Receive Two Years Royal Orchid Plus Gold Status, your gold status should get you into the other Star Alliance lounges,

  4. Definitely don’t want any of the AA captains or flight attendants taking off their clothes.

  5. At least it shows that Australia is depicting the diversity of their crew members and the country S a whole in this add compared to *ahem* what consider the ‘greatest country in earth’. ‘Make it right, don’t make it white’

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