After a 10-year absence, Royal Brunei Airlines returns to Bali, Indonesia, starting from July 2014.
The airline of the Sultanate of Brunei will fly between Bali and Brunei four times a week using Airbus A319 aircraft.
The airline pulled out of Bali in 2008 due to a drop in arrival numbers and the lingering threat of a SARS outbreak.
Royal Brunei deputy chairman Dermot Mannion said: “In our latest studies, Bali has emerged a front-runner in providing connections for key markets in London and Dubai, but also for regional destinations like Hong Kong and Shanghai,” he said.
Royal Brunei Airlines is the alcohol-free airline owned by the Sultanate of Brunei.
The travel empire owned by the Sultanate, that includes hotels in various locations around the world, is facing a world-wide boycott from those in oppossition to Shariah Law's imposition in Brunei that will, among others, include punishments, such as the amputation of thief's hands and the execution of homosexuals.
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