Royal Brunei Airlines

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Royal Brunei Airlines, the country’s flag carrier, was established on 18 November 1974 as an independent corporation wholly owned by the government of Brunei Darussalam.

Soon after the beginning of the millennium, Royal Brunei's board and management unveiled a bold and aggressive strategy to develop the airline's status as a world-class player.

The plan was to make the organisation well structured and dynamic. At the same time the airline would invest in a re-fleeting programme that would include both the acquisition of new aircrafts and the upgrading of its current equipment with the latest state-of-the-art technology.

The core objective was to raise the levels of comfort and safety, two factors that are paramount to passengers.

New Fleet

The delivery of two new Airbus A319 aircraft (August and September 2003) marked the beginning of Royal Brunei's re-fleeting programme. Two more Airbus A320s were delivered in December 2003 and January 2004.

Royal Brunei now operates a fleet of six Boeing B767-300s, two Airbus A320s and two Airbus A319s.

Route Network

Royal Brunei provides scheduled services across Asia, the Middle East, Australasia and to the United Kingdom. As an added convenience to its passengers, the airline has code-share agreements with Thai Airways International, Malaysia Airlines, British Midland, Philippine Airlines and Dragon Air of Hong Kong, allowing passengers to co-ordinate flights for seamless travel to a wider choice of destinations.


Royal Brunei Airlines
Bandar Seri Begawan BS 8671
Brunei Darussala PO Box 737

+673 2212222
+673 2244737

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