Royal Brunei Airlines has revealed it is will offer direct flights to Melbourne from London Heathrow in 2011.
Royal Brunei Airlines has revealed it is will offer direct flights to Melbourne from London Heathrow in 2011.The airline will begin four weeklyflights to Melbourne from March 29th and will expand its current Australian flight routes.
Royal Brunei Airlines already offers flights to Perth and Brisbane and believes the addition of Melbourne will prove popular with Brits.
Chris Woodruff, chief executive officer of Melbourne airport, added: “This is great news for UK visitors to Australia, who can now enjoy the delights of the state of Victoria.”
“The importance of international air services from the UK to Melbourne and Victoria cannot be overstated.”
Royal Brunei Airlines was established on November 18th 1974 and has a fleet of six Boeing B767-300s, two Airbus A320s and two Airbus A319s. The airline has gradually expanded its destination range and now flies from Brunei to 17 destinations including Auckland, Singapore and Hong Kong.
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