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Virgin slammed for serving two-minute noodles in business class



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Embattled airline Virgin Australia is running so low on supplies it’s been serving two minute noodles to business class passengers, according to furious fliers. 

The carrier has been limping its way through the COVID-19 crisis, is $6.8billion in debt, and is now in the hands of US private equity firm Bain Capital after being sold in September. 

But the drastic cost-cutting measures have gone way too far according to angry passengers who vented their frustration on social media. 



a plane sitting on top of a sign: Embattled airline Virgin Australia is running so low on supplies it's been serving two minute noodles to business class passengers.


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Embattled airline Virgin Australia is running so low on supplies it’s been serving two minute noodles to business class passengers.



a cup of coffee on a table: A passenger on board a business class Virgin flight posted this image to the Frequent Flyers Australia Facebook group


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A passenger on board a business class Virgin flight posted this image to the Frequent Flyers Australia Facebook group

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Virgin Australia slammed for serving two-minute noodles to passengers in business class

Virgin Australia is slammed for serving two minute noodles to passengers in business class – as it’s revealed they’ve run out of wine and Diet Coke and could be fully out of supplies in weeks

  • Virgin Australia is so strapped for supplies it’s been serving two-minute noodles
  • High-paying business class passengers have been furious at the lack of snacks
  • But the airlines says the move has been introduced to minimise risk of COVID-19 

Embattled airline Virgin Australia is running so low on supplies it’s been serving two minute noodles to business class passengers, according to furious fliers. 

The carrier has been limping its way through the COVID-19 crisis, is $6.8billion in debt, and is now in the hands of US private equity firm Bain Capital after being sold in September. 

Read More