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Active Retirees : Active Retirees Feb-March 2012
Active RetireesTM | 13 Virgin Samoa takes off Polynesian Blue, the airline collaboration between the Samoan Government and Virgin Australia, is set to be rebranded as Virgin Samoa as part of Virgin Australia’s brand overhaul. The airline has led growth in tourism in the South Pacific region and achieved financial stability in only six years. “ Today our vision is to bring a new level of service and style to our guests as we partner in the evolution of Virgin Australia,” says The Hon. Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi, Prime Minister of Samoa. “ T his name and branding provides a new level of professionalism for our national airline, a new style, of which the people of Samoa can be proud.” The Virgin Samoa aircraft will feature Virgin’s slick styling with a Samoan flair – a palm tree on the fuselage and tapau-style pattern on the engines. Smart way to travel The Australian Government unveiled the latest phase of its Smartraveller campaign in November. The new initiatives include the relaunch of the Smartraveller website and launch of a web app, both designed to make it easier for travellers to access key Smartraveller services anywhere in the world. “It's vital that the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s consular services are as effective and accessible to as many Australians as possible,” Minister for Foreign Affairs Kevin Rudd said. He also encouraged travellers to register their travel plans, read and subscribe to travel advice and alerts, and take out appropriate insurance before leaving the country. travel guide What: Smartraveller website W: smartraveller.gov.au Thinkstock
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