Royal Brunei Airlines has taken delivery of the first of five Boeing 787 scheduled for the carrier’s long-haul fleet expansion plan. The aircraft was received Oct. 2 at Boeing’s facility Paine Field in Everett, Seattle, and flown nonstop to Bandar Seri Begawan International Airport in Brunei. Royal Brunei is scheduled to start operating the 787 to Singapore from Oct. 18, with long-haul service to London, via Dubai, set to begin Dec. 1. The carrier plans to use the 787 for ...

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