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Sydney, Feb 8 ( ANI ): Passengers have voted the crew of Virgin Australia as the most stylish of all Australian airlines despite the crew's complains about their uniforms being uncomfortable, according to a study ranking the glamour of flight attendants in the Asia Pacific region.
Australian airlines will resume flights to and from New Zealand from Monday, five days after they were suspended, as volcanic ash said its Pacific Blue flights across the Tasman would restart from Monday, adding it was targeting 10:00 am for the resumption of services to and from Wellington.
Australian airlines Friday said services to New Zealand would remain grounded for at least another 24 hours, as the ash cloud produced by a volcano in Chile lingered over the region.
au/ AUSTRALIAN AIRLINES BOOSTS FLIGHTS, CAPACITY ON TOKYO, CAIRNS ROUTE CAIRNS - Australian Airlines is to commence double daily services between Tokyo and Cairns from mid-2006, as Qantas withdraws from the route.
Earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) for international operations, including Australian Airlines, totalled $200.
Australian airlines grounded flights to and from New Zealand on Thursday due to the Chilean ash cloud, although Air New Zealand were also hit, although some routes began again at 5:00 pm (0700 GMT) as the plume blew out to sea.
Tens of thousands of travellers were left stranded Monday after ash from Chile's volcanic eruptions prompted Australian airlines to ground some domestic services and flights to New Zealand's air space around 0600 GMT Monday, officials at Jose Carrasco International Airport," a spokeswoman said.
A media report released on Friday (27 January) stated that the airline was considering divesting Australian Airlines in preparation for the introduction of Jetstar, its low-cost unit, on international routes in early 2007.