Royal Brunei is suddenly scaling back its international network
Brunei is in one of the fastest growing, most dynamic regions of the world, but it is falling behind its Southeast Asian neighbors and could be destined to become an economic backwater. Loss-making national carrier Royal Brunei Airlines will stop serving Kuching in East Malaysia starting July 28 and will stop flying to Auckland, New Zealand; Brisbane and Perth, Australia; and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, effective Oct. 30. It has been serving Kuching and Ho Chi Minh City with Airbus ...
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