Royal Brunei Airlines (RBA) is adding Airbus A320s to its fleet next year and it has confirmed that its new business strategy is to focus on short-haul flights rather than long-haul operations. The carrier “is planning to add at least one extra A320 to the short-haul fleet in March-May 2012 to ensure the airline can offer a more consistent schedule and level of service on the regional network”, it says. RBA has no A320s on order, which means it is likely to be in the market to lease the ...

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