As governments impose travel restrictions to contain the spread of COVID-19, Royal Brunei Airlines has updated their flight plans for the months of May and June.

For this and next month, the Brunei flag carrier will operate limited flights from its hub at Bandar Seri Begawan to Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Melbourne, Singapore, and Hong Kong. According to the airline, the schedule “retains vital connectivity for services, supplies and the small numbers of guests who must and are able to travel onto other destinations.”

From Brunei, the airline will operate twice weekly flights to Hong Kong, Manila, Melbourne, and Sydney. Kuala Lumpur will see once-weekly flights in May, followed by an increase to twice-weekly in June.

The plans for Manila however will be on hold as the Philippine government has implemented a ban on international flight arrivals between May 3-9.

Along with the reduced flight schedule, the airline's RB Link subsidiary with Malindo Air will not operate its routes within Borneo. RB Link will be suspended until November 30, 2020.

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