Missing some airplane food?

Royal Brunei Catering (RBC) is currently serving its much-missed inflight meals beyond the cabins of airplanes – they are now grounded to the tables of Anjung Saujana Restaurant at the Brunei International Airport.

For two weeks, RBC will be hosting its “Inflight by RBC” pop-up initiative at Section C of the restaurant, offering the unique culinary experience of its airplane meals without having to leave the ground.

One of the inflight meals served by RBC. Image: Analisa Amu
RBC staff seen serving guests of Inflight by RBC. Image: Analisa Amu

General Manager of RBC Hj Jeff Hadiman Dato Paduka Hj Danial in his remarks at the launch of the event commended the efforts by airlines and caterers around the world for their initiatives to promote air travel and on board dining during this extended halt in commercial air travel.

“From airplane themed cafes in Thailand to Dine and Fly promotions by our country’s national carrier, there have been numerous initiatives held during this year, all met with great success and an overwhelmingly positive response by the public,” he said.

The guests during the launch of the Inflight by RBC initiative as they are seated inside the aircraft cabin set up. Image: Analisa Amu
One of the inflight meals served by RBC. Image: Analisa Amu

He further said that travel restrictions due to the pandemic have led the public to miss the air travel experience of which on board dining plays a big role.

“This is the reason why RBC is launching the inflight dining… to remind everyone the forgotten flavours of on board dining,” added the general manager.

Inflight by RBC runs until November 30, offering a daily changing menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner which are priced at $10.90 and $15.90 for Economy and Business Class meals, respectively.

Guests from Darussalam Assets and Baiduri Bank during the Inflight by RBC launch. Image: Analisa Amu
The menu of the Inflight by RBC. Image: Analisa Amu

For an authentic onboard experience, diners will be enjoying their nicely packaged meals served on trays as they are seated in an aircraft cabin set up.

Each meal comes with an appetizer, main and dessert as well as hot and cold beverages, served with complimentary warm soft rolls and croissants.

RBC has been serving the airline catering industry for 45 years and been at the forefront of providing inflight culinary experiences to air travellers.

Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Baiduri Bank Pg Azaleen Pg Dato Hj Mustapha (C) with invited guests from Darussalam Assets during the Inflight by RBC launch. Image: Analisa Amu
RBC staff seen serving the guests during the launch of Inflight by RBC. Image: Analisa Amu

“This campaign is to remind the public of the quality of meals that RBC has been serving for nearly five decades,” said RBC in a statement.

Inflight by RBC is in partnership with Baiduri Bank where customers can get an exclusive 10 per cent discount using the newly introduced Royal Brunei Visa Cards by Baiduri Bank.

Some of the guests during the launch of the Inflight by RBC. Image: Analisa Amu
One of the meals served by RBC. Image: Analisa Amu
The Section C of Anjung Saujana Restaurant decorated with an aircraft cabin set up. Image: Analisa Amu

As seats are limited, customers are advised to make reservations with Anjung Saujana Restaurant at 2331853.

Follow them on Instagram at @anjungsaujana and @royalbruneicatering for the latest updates on the promotion.

One of the meals from RBC. Image: Analisa Amu
The restaurant crew of Inflight by RBC. Image: Analisa Amu

The Bruneian | BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN

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