The Government has struck an air services agreement with Brunei, increasing Australian carriers’ capacity to 26 services a week from November 2008. The move allows Royal Brunei Airlines expanded capacity of up to six flights per week to Brisbane and Perth, rising to seven in 2008.
Last I heard, Brisbane/Auckland was to increase to 4 weekly...
Any new news on the 777s? I heard they were due to fly selected PER/BNE/AKL/SYD/LHR/DXB flights.
Is FRA still due to be given the chop?
Think we'll see BI look at new services? Non-stop BWN-AKL perhaps?
Aussie_ From Australia, joined Dec 2000, 1767 posts, RR: 4
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Brunei have just agreed on a new Air Services agreement with Australia with increased rights overall to all current ports (incl Sydney), immediate rights to MEL and permission to run fifth freedom from Adelaide to NZ.