Royal Brunei to resume Bali flights

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Royal Brunei Airlines is resuming flights to the Indonesian island of Bali.

Starting 26 July, Brunei’s state-owned carrier will serve Bali four times per week using an Airbus A319.

The island province has emerged in the airline’s traffic research as a holiday destination “frontrunner” for “key markets in London and Dubai” as well as regional travellers in areas such as Hong Kong and Shanghai, says Royal Brunei’s deputy chairman Dermot Mannion.