Aviation, journey and transport PR specialist 8020 Communications is to deal with Royal Brunei Airways’ UK and Eire communications because the service bids for a bigger slice of the long-haul market to Asia and Australia.
Award-winning Royal Brunei Airways, south-east Asia’s launch buyer for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, will in October start every day continuous providers from London Heathrow to Brunei Worldwide Airport.
There, passengers can discover the pure and cultural tourism highlights of Brunei Darussalam and Borneo or join by way of Royal Brunei’s world-class fleet to a variety of well-liked locations, together with Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore and Melbourne.
The continuous Heathrow-Brunei service (efficient October 28th) positions Royal Brunei attractively within the long-haul market from London to Asia and Australia, which the airline goals to capitalise upon in driving up passenger numbers.
Trudi Beggs, senior account director, 8020 Communications, mentioned: “Royal Brunei Airways is navigating a brand new and thrilling path this yr.
“We’re thrilled to be tasked with creating consciousness of the treasures of Brunei and Borneo, in addition to of south-east Asia and Australasia.
“We can be working with Royal Brunei to disclose undiscovered locations and experiences and place the airline as the primary selection for leisure and enterprise travellers to Asia.”
Royal Brunei presently operates a fleet of 11 plane comprising 5 Boeing 787-Eight Dreamliner plane along with two Airbus A320neo plane and 4 Airbus A32ceo.
Royal Brunei may have 5 new A320neo plane becoming a member of the fleet in 2018, making its fleet one of many youngest on the planet with a median fleet age of two years.
Adiel Mambara, nation supervisor, UK & Eire, Royal Brunei Airways, added: “8020 Communications brings ardour and creativity alongside deep sector aviation data to our staff.
“This yr, there’s a lot work to be executed to extend our passenger numbers in addition to customer numbers to Brunei – 8020 will play a major position in that marketing campaign.”