Royal Brunei Airlines has officially launched its new branding and restructure for the first time in 25 years, in a bid to re-assert itself as a boutique airline contending against the giants. Following an event at The Dorchester last night, RB’s re-brand launch marks the emergence of a sleeker, more streamlined airline in response to the evolving and growing competitive market.
Royal Brunei Airlines has revealed its new livery and logo at an event held at Hangar 1, Brunei International Airport. The new livery and logo was revealed on an Airbus A320, which was painted by Royal Brunei’s own in-house engineering team.
With five new Boeing Dreamliners on order, Brunei International Airport undergoing a major overhaul and a booming tourism sector in its domestic market, these are exciting times for Royal Brunei Airlines. Here Breaking Travel News takes a look at the latest developments at this boutique south-east Asian carrier.
The Brunei Economic Development Board has outlined a project to modernise the Brunei International Airport passenger terminal. Working alongside the Airport Project Committee, the work is aimed at improving the existing environment and appearance of the airport and the quality of its services as well as to cater for public convenience, safety and comfort through the expansion of terminal floor areas.
In 2011 Royal Brunei Airlines was forced to cancel a number of long-haul routes as economic pressure made continued expansion untenable. Now, with an overhaul of its routes complete, the Boeing Dreamliner set for delivery and a new base at Brunei International Airport under construction, the mood at the carrier could not be more different. Here Breaking Travel News sits down with deputy chairman Dermot Mannion to find out how Royal Brunei rediscovered its wings.
Royal Brunei Airlines has been appointed the official airline of the Royal Trophy - Europe vs. Asia Golf Championship. The Royal Trophy is an emotionally-charged and passionate competition played between Europe and Asia in a team match-play format, with the Asian and European golfing elite competing for the pride, honour and glory of their respective continents.
Since its establishment in 1974, Royal Brunei Airlines (RBA) has been tasked by the government to build connectivity and enhance economic activity for the country by the provision of high-quality, competitively priced flights to destinations in Southeast Asia and around the globe.
On 29 March 2011, Royal Brunei Airlines launched its four times weekly services to Melbourne.
Royal Brunei Airlines took delivery of its first Boeing 777-200ER, which landed on Monday 1st June at Brunei International Airport at 11am.