Wednesday, 8 August 2018

Royal Brunei Airlines to restart Taipei service.

Fourteen years after ending scheduled services to the city, Royal Brunei Airlines will be heading back to Taipei with a regular scheduled rotation.

The airline had a scheduled service to the capital of Taiwan until October 2004 although it continued to fly to the city during Chinese New Year peak celebrations with some charter flights.  However, from December this year, the carrier is bringing back the routing on a scheduled basis three times a week.

Royal Brunei has scheduled an Airbus A320 to serve the route from 3rd December, operating on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays. The flight has a provisional timing of 1015 departure from Bandar Seri Begawan arriving in Taipei Taoyuan at 1345 local time.  The return flight looks to depart at 1500 landing back at Bandar Seri Begawan at 1830. 

The A320 is configured with 12 seats in business class, with a 44-inch seat pitch and 132 Economy cabin seats with a 31-32 inch pitch. 

(images Royal Brunei Airlines)