AS an added convenience to its customers, Royal Brunei Airlines has introduced electronic ticketing (e-ticketing) on some of its routes.
Passengers travelling between Brunei, Brisbane and Auckland can now use this service when they book online or through the airline's ticket offices in these cities.
With e-ticketing, passengers need not worry about losing or misplacing their ticket. Any lost or misplaced itineraries can be easily replaced at no charge.
The airline also plans to introduce e-ticketing to Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur this summer, with other routes to follow shortly.
Royal Brunei has just opened a new office in Bahrain at the Gulf Building on Government Avenue in Manama.
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