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Menzies Aviation wins Royal Brunei at Brisbane International Airport

Menzies Aviation announced that Royal Brunei Airlines has awarded their passenger and ramp ground handling contract at Brisbane International Airport to the company.

Brisbane is a busy hub-station for the airline and flights from Bandar Seri Begawan and Auckland increased from 1st June 2008.

Menzies Aviation currently provides handling for Royal Brunei Airlines at Sydney Kingsford Smith, Australia, and Auckland International Airport, New Zealand.

Royal Brunei Airlines provides scheduled services across Asia, the Middle East, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom serving 19 destinations.

Alistair Reid, Director Australia for Menzies Aviation, said: “Our excellent staff and management in Brisbane will supply an outstanding service. This three year agreement is a major win for the business in Australia and is the extension of our current business relationship with Royal Brunei Airlines in Sydney. We look forward to delivering a great service to Royal Brunei in Brisbane.”

Henry Sia, Regional Airports Manager for Australia and New Zealand for Royal Brunei Airlines said: “We are delighted to have chosen Menzies Aviation as our handling partner in Brisbane. Menzies service in Sydney has been exemplary and we look forward to seeing the same quality in Brisbane. Brisbane is one of our biggest ports outside our home base and key strategically for Royal Brunei Airlines, as such we are looking forward to working with Menzies Aviation on all areas of our business there moving forward.”

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