Royal Brunei Airlines, which is scaling back its long-haul operation, does not need all the long-haul aircraft it has in its fleet and is in talks with lessor Singapore Airlines (SIA) about returning some of the aircraft early. Royal Brunei last year took six Boeing 777-200ERs from SIA, but in June announced a massive restructuring that involved dramatically scaling back its long-haul operation. The money-losing carrier intends to focus more on short-haul flights connecting Brunei to ...
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