File photo on an Airbus A320neo revealed during RB’s launching ceremony of the Airbus A320neo fleet at Brunei International Airport in 2018. Image: RIdhwan Kamarulzaman

Royal Brunei Airlines (RB) has released its temporary flying programme for April and May.

The reduced schedule which was introduced due to the declining demand for air travel globally caused by COVID-19 outbreak will be operating until May 31 at 11.59pm.

It includes direct flights from Brunei to Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Melbourne, Hong Kong and Manila only.

However, these are meant for vital connectivity for services, supplies and the small numbers of guests who must and are able to travel onto other destinations.

Furthermore, the suspension of RB Link flights to Borneo destinations in partnership with Malindo Air will remain in place until November 30 this year.

“The suspension will be reviewed regularly in line with demand for international air travel and government directives in place then,” the national carrier said in a statement.

All other flights not shown are not operating during April and May 2020. Source: Royal Brunei Airlines

Guests on affected flights will be contacted by RB Customer Service Centre over the coming days for alternative flight arrangements.

As the airline is currently experiencing extremely high call volumes, priority will be given to guests travelling in the next 72 hours to ensure that urgent rebooking are assisted efficiently.

Guests may submit a Request Form to RB for requests processing.

Follow RB on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @royalbruneiair for the latest updates or visit its website or contact your nearest RB office. – Analisa Amu



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