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Dreaming Big: Royal Brunei Airlines Takes to the Skies with ‘Boeing Dreams’ in Latest Fleet Update

SINGAPORE, Feb. 20, 2024 – In a move that’s more than just pie in the sky, Royal Brunei Airlines has given flight to its ambitions by ordering four Boeing 787 Dreamliners. Making a giant leap in regional travel, the national flag carrier is not just adding wings to its fleet to the skies with its latest acquisition.

“Bringing Dreamy Comfort to the Clouds: Royal Brunei’s Big Boeing Buy,” remarked Sabirin bin Haji Abdul Hamid, the CEO with a twinkle in his eye. The airline, which already knows its way around the 787-8, is now set to soar with the 787-9. This move, Sabirin notes, will ensure that the airline continues to “float on cloud nine” with a product its customers have come to relish.

This high-flying decision is not just about adding more seats or miles but also bringing a dash of levity to air travel. Royal Brunei Airlines, known for pioneering the use of the 787 Dreamliner in Southeast Asia, is now set to upgrade its fleet and jokes. The airline is renowned for its top-notch service and is now taking a leap to make its passengers’ experiences sky-high, quite literally.

Boeing’s Brad McMullen, Senior VP of Commercial Sales and Marketing, couldn’t resist the pun, noting, “This isn’t just a sale, it’s an elevation of spirits!” The new 787-9s promise to take passengers and their travel experience to new altitudes with enhanced comfort features, including air that’s fresher than a mountain breeze and cabin pressure that’s as soothing as a lullaby.

The airline currently boasts a fleet of five 787-8s, with destinations that span continents. The addition of the 787-9, capable of carrying 20% more passengers and flying 14,010 km, underscores the airline’s commitment to not just connecting places but also hearts and smiles.

This latest order aligns with Boeing’s 2023 Commercial Market Outlook, foreseeing a sky-high demand in Southeast Asia. It’s clear that Royal Brunei Airlines isn’t just expanding its fleet; it’s elevating the standard of air travel with a whole lot of heart.

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