Royal Brunei Airlines is the flag carrier airline of the Sultanate of Brunei. It is owned by the govt. of Brunei. Its home base is the Brunei Global airfield in Berakas, to the north of the capital of Brunei, Bandar Seri Begawan.
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January winner bags short-haul flight in monthly draw - Borneo Bulletin Online
LUCKY draw participant Mohammad Azujrin bin Haji Zahini was picked as the January winner of a return economy class ticket to any short-haul destination sponsored by Royal Brunei Airlines (RB), for Pan Bright's Travel & Win a Hyundai or Birkin promotion ...
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Singapore, Qatar Airways named in top 10 most on-time airlines in Australia - The Sydney Morning Herald
Singapore Airlines and Qatar Airways were both inside the top 10 most on-time international airways in the country, according to analysis of data from air travel company OAG by finder.com.au. A Qatar Airways plane landing at Canberra airport. Photo ...
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A320neo aircraft engines: CFM achieves 56% share of orders; Pratt & Whitney remains active - CAPA - Centre for Aviation
CFM has so far accounted for 57% of deliveries and currently accounts for 56% of all A320neo family engine orders, according to the CAPA Fleet Database. While Pratt & Whitney is behind, the gap with CFM is relatively small, given the multiple delays ...
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CFM secures $200m engine order from Royal Brunei Airlines - Aerospace Technology
CFM International has won a $200m contract from Royal Brunei Airlines (RB) to provide LEAP-1A engines to power seven new Airbus A320neo aircraft. The aircraft order was placed by RB in 2014 and deliveries are expected to begin later this year. RB ...