Virgin Australia served high tea to passengers while one of its planes was at 40,000 feet today.
The airline put out a release and said the service celebrated its three-year anniversary of working with celebrity chef Luke Mangan, and a new plane.
Passengers were served a traditional tiered-tray high tea service designed by Mangan for the occasion.
Virgin was celebrating the arrival of its seventh wide-bodied Airbus A330 aircraft, which from this month operate all Sydney-Perth and Melbourne-Perth weekday services and two out of three Brisbane-Perth weekday services.
The wide-bodied Airbus A330 aircraft include spacious interiors, international lie-flat seats in Business Class, dual-lane service, luxury leather seating in all cabins and LED mood lighting.
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