Royal Brunei Airlines is hoping the opening of a new airport terminal at its home base of Bandar Seri Begawan, and the introduction of Boeing 787-8s, will transform its business. The Sultanate of Brunei’s flag carrier will be the first in Southeast Asia to operate the 787, says Deputy Chairman Dermot Mannion, who joined Royal Brunei in 2010. He has served as CEO of Aer Lingus and president of group services for Emirates Airline. Royal Brunei has five Rolls-Royce-powered 787-8s on ...
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