Royal Brunei Airlines (RBA) has inked a deal with Airbus for ten new Airbus A320neos, with seven firm orders and three as options. Billed as part of the Sultanate flag carrier’s modernization program, the aircraft will offer upgraded short-haul capacity to the airline, which took delivery of three Boeing 787-8s last year to refresh its long-haul route capability. The three 787s were part of a five-aircraft order. The new A320neos, due for delivery starting 2018, will use Pratt & ...
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