Thursday, February 22, 2024

Royal Brunei Airlines Remodels A320 to Address Airfreight Demand

Royal Brunei Airlines has converted one of its A320 passenger planes into a cargo delivery aircraft in response to rising demand in the airfreight industry

The cargo aircraft is said to be in operation five (5) times a week across the region, which includes delivery of food, medical supplies and other consignments.

RB’s Chief Executive, Captain Khalidkhan Hj Asmakhan said in a statement, that the organisation is thrilled to launch its new cargo delivery service to the community in an effort to further support regional demand and to continue its role in transporting essential supplies and services into and from Brunei.

This initiative is also a part of RB’s alternative sources of revenue besides its existing hospitality training courses, curated dining services, as well as Dine & Fly domestic sightseeing flights.

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