19 NOVEMBER 2012


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Article from BTNews 19 NOVEMBER 2012

Royal Brunei rebrands

South East Asian carrier Royal Brunei Airlines (RB) is rebranding.  The new livery and logo has been revealed on an Airbus A320, which was painted by RB’s own in-house engineering team.

Dermot Mannion, Deputy Chairman of Royal Brunei said: “Over the next year, we will be redefining the Royal Brunei Airlines’ flying experience, starting with our classic styled new livery and logo.  This redefinition is not merely an ad campaign, but rather a long term commitment to our passengers to create a family-like, peaceful and tranquil atmosphere with high class customer service”.

Over the next year, the national carrier will be rolling out an improved website experience (including social media), new uniforms, and revamped lounge and ticket office environments.  The completion of the rebranding process will be timed to coincide with the entry into service of the carrier’s initial 787 Boeing Dreamliner on 1 September 2013, making RB the first airline in South-East Asia to take delivery of the aircraft.

The airline currently operates daily London Boeing 777 departures to Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei, via Dubai.

Mr Mannion is the guest speaker at the Aviation Club of the United Kingdom’s pre-Christmas lunch at the Institute of Directors, Thursday 6 December 2012. www.bruneiair.com

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