Polynesian Blue

polynesian bluePolynesian Blue relaunched in December 2011 as Virgin Samoa, as part of the larger relaunch of the Virgin Australia airline. Virgin Samoa now operates as Samoa's national airline providing the same high level of service and cheap airfares that Virgin are known for.

Virgin Samoa connects Samoa to New Zealand and Australia, providing direct flights to Apia from Auckland and Sydney, as well as connecting flights from Christchurch, Wellington and Brisbane.

Velocity Points

For each flight purchased, a Velocity member on Virgin Samoa and Virgin Australia earns Velocity Points and status credits. These credits and points can be redeemed for any available seat, any flight, any time, on all Virgin Group airlines.

Premium Economy

Polynesian Blue offered its customers choice and value, with its Premium Economy Cabin. Passengers received more space and personal choice, in the first three rows of the aircraft.

Benefits of flying on a Premium Economy airfare included:

tick Indulging in free food and drinks
tick Sitting in comfortable leather seats with a 85+ cm seat pitch
tick Free Live2air on board entertainment with 24 Foxtel channels and movies on selected flights
tick Access to the lounge (Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane)
tick Checked baggage allowance of up to 32Kg
tick Completely flexible and entirely refundable fare
tick Extra Velocity points
tick Ability to cancel your flight within 24 hours of the scheduled flight departure
tick Free access to in-flight entertainment


DigEplayer In-Flight Entertainment

Polynesian Blue's personal in-flight entertainment system was called digEplayer. On the digEplayer you could watch blockbuster movies, TV shows and a broad range of music.

Polynesian Blue - Boeing 737-800 Fleet

Polynesian Blue operated a fleet of Boeing 737-800's. Each Polynesian Blue Aircraft held 180 economy passengers on flights from Apia to New Zealand and Australia.