Virgin Blue Annual Report

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“Never have I worked for a company where I’ve had so much opportunity to broaden my horizons, both career-wise and travel-wise.” Margaret lewis, Cash Management accountant More than four years service pictured: Five members of the Van Dongen family who all work for Virgin Blue.

the report.
annual report 2009

From left: – First officer luke Van Dongen – Cabin Supervisor Clare Van Dongen – Captain arch Van Dongen – First officer Jacinta Van Dongen – Captain Ben Van Dongen

“Each day brings a new adventure! Working with a group of fantastic people who are doing some amazing things ensures that every day is different from the last.” lisa Ingram, program administrator – V australia More than five years service

the guide.
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“I love the Virgin Blue brand and the reputation it has. People always say ‘wow’ when they hear you work at Virgin Blue and I’m proud of that. We are friendly, fun and innovative. And all my friends here, who are like my family now, they keep me coming back every day!” Danielle petrovski, Management assistant – Ground operations Mel More than five years service

“Working for Virgin Blue Airlines Group is fabulous because it’s a vibrant, professional and enjoyable place to fly modern equipment and enhance the flying publics’ travel experiences... Trans-continental Australian flying is fantastic and now it’s exciting to have larger Boeing 777s to aspire to.” pat Devlin, Melbourne-based Boeing 737 Captain More than seven years service

the wrap.
Passengers Carried (millions)
19.2 18.2

Total Revenue ($ millions)
2,635.4 2,546.6 2,334.8

RPKs/ASKs (millions)
30,042

EBITDAR ($ millions)
566.4 547.7

Carbon Footprint (g CO2-e/RPK)
99.94

16.7

2,169.1

Revenue Passenger Kilometres (RPKs) Available Seat Kilometres (ASKs)

21,800 27,816

15.3

409.5

421.7

97.81

1,362.3

17,563 21,642

1,392.5

18,764 23,308

10.1

10.5

23,067

291.5

11,584 14,024

12,094 15,703

285.6

94.83

97.36

924.3

3,169 3,898

7,194 9,078

2002 390.9

notes 1 2005 figures over 18 months 2 2006 figures over 9 months

2002 107.6

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147.4

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2007

92.84

6.6

2008

97,39

FInanCIal HIGHlIGHtS $ million 2009 Total Revenue EBITDAR – Underlying* Net (loss)/profit after tax 2,635 355 (160)

operatInG StatIStICS 2008 2,335 483 98 Change 12.8% –26.5% nm Yield per RPK – Group CASK (exc fuel) – Group Underlying* Available Seat Kilometres

2009 10.84m 6.53m 27.8bn

2008 11.45m 6.80m 23.3bn 18.8bn 79.7%

Change –5.3% –4.0% +19.3% +16.0% –0.6pts

FInanCIal poSItIon $ million Total Assets Total Liabilities Total Equity

2009

99.20

2009 3,367 2,790 577

Revenue Passenger Kilometre 21.8bn
* (excludes one offs – ineffective hedging and V Australia start up/fx costs)

Passenger Load Factor %

79.1%

going somewhere?

THAILAND

Thailand
Phuket

U.S.A
Los Angeles

Papua New Guinea
Port Moresby

Bali
Denpasar

Solomon Islands
Honiara

Cook Islands
Rarotonga

Darwin

Vanuatu
Port Vila
Cairns

Nadi

Fiji

Samoa
Apia

Johannesburg

Broome Port Hedland Karratha Newman

Townsville Whitsunday Coast Hamilton Island Mackay

South Africa
Virgin Blue Partner Airlines

Tonga
Nuku'alofa
Fraser Coast/Hervey Bay Sunshine Coast/Maroochydore

Australia

Rockhampton

Brisbane
Gold Coast Ballina/Byron Bay Coffs Coast Port Macquarie Newcastle

Perth
Mildura

Auckland Hamilton

Adelaide

Sydney
Albury

Canberra

New Zealand

Melbourne
Launceston

Wellington Christchurch Queenstown Dunedin

Hobart

Virgin Blue Direct Domestic Routes V Australia International Routes Pacific...
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