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A voyage of discovery

The national flag carrier for 38 years, Royal Brunei Airlines offers a luxurious passage to the East, as well as the opportunity to explore the stunning Sultanate, making it our Best Economy Airline, Asia, 2012

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Royal Brunei Airlines is the national flag carrier of the Sultanate of Brunei, a country nestled in the northern tip of the tropical island of Borneo. The airline operates scheduled services from London Heathrow’s Terminal 4 daily to Dubai, and throughout Asia and Australia. Passengers enjoy attentive service from friendly cabin crews, and experience true Asian hospitality.

The perfect way to break up a long-haul journey is to leave the airport and spend some time in Brunei. Travel upriver in traditional longboats and through the mangrove forests, where you can discover Brunei’s luxuriant and pristine rainforest, which is rich in exotic flora and fauna. To maximise any stopover, Brunei can be used as a convenient hub from which to explore the rest of Asia.

Take a seat
Once you’re back in the air, business class offers a spacious 2-2-2 configuration. The seat deploys into an inclined bed at a gentle eight-degree angle, and also features an advanced seat control panel that allows passengers to personalise their own seating preferences with ease. An adjustable headrest and lumbar support provides you with a more comfortable rest. Each seat has a fixed back shell that offers quiet seclusion. For even greater privacy, you may use the discrete personal screens between the seats. Each seat comes equipped with a power connector and a 10.4 inch personal TV.

Economy class consists of a 3-3-3 configuration, offering passengers a generous 33-inch seat pitch. A personal TV provides on-demand audio and video entertainment,
with a selection of television, films and games.

Concept meals
Royal Brunei’s meal concept ‘food fit to fly by’ provides travellers with a selection of healthier and lighter meal options. Business class passengers enjoy a convenient dine-upon-demand service, giving long-haul business flyers the choice to dine at their desired time, up to 90 minutes before landing. Meals tailored for children and babies are also available, along with a variety of culinary solutions to suit special dietary needs, which can be requested when making your reservation. The airline is currently offering great online fares in business and economy class, making Royal Brunei one of the most attractive options for business travel in Asia and the Pacific.

Further information: www.bruneiair.com

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