Royal Brunei Airlines is preparing a new five year business plan which will see it pursue expansion of its regional network within Asia-Pacific, according to CAPA. The government-owned flag carrier, which recently celebrated its 40th anniversary, enters a new chapter after closing the books on their previous 5 year plan that will finish in November 2015.
Royal Brunei (RB) is now evaluating several potential new destinations for 2016 and beyond. Expansion will be made possible mainly by a larger narrowbody fleet, with a focus on expanding regional operations within Asia.
At the upcoming Aviation Festival Asia 2016 event, happening next 23-24 February, Dermot Mannion, Deputy Chairman, Royal Brunei Airlines will be speaking on the company’s restructuring & turnaround and their road to profitability.
Join the key executive behind the successful restructuring plan and hear his insights on:
- Reorganising the underlying business and commercial survival planning
- How do you plan to further minimise losses and return to profitability?
- Key factors that drive operating cash flow, enhance profitability and competitiveness of your business
- What was your thinking behind each tough decision?
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