Royal Brunei Airlines revives Bali service

NATIONAL flag carrier Royal Brunei Airlines will resume flights to Bali from July 26 with four weekly departures.

Flights will depart the capital Bandar Seri Begawan on Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday every week while the return flights will run every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday. The flights will be operated with Airbus A319 aircraft.

Royal Brunei Airlines deputy chairman, Dermot Mannion, said in a press statement: “The commercial team does regular route studies for ways to develop and increase connectivity for our markets. In their latest studies, Bali had emerged a frontrunner in providing connections to key markets in London and Dubai and also for regional destinations like Hong Kong and Shanghai.”

According to the Brunei Times, Royal Brunei Airlines terminated direct flights to Bali in 2008 due to “schedule changes” made in response to an increase in regional competition.

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